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    OSHA Recordkeeping Reminder

    OSHA’s injury and illness recordkeeping regulation at 29 CFR 1904.31(a) requires employers to record the recordable injuries and illnesses of employees they supervise on a day-to-day basis, even if these workers are not carried on the employer’s payroll. Section 1904.31(b)(2) further clarifies that the host employer must record the injuries and illnesses of temporary workers it supervises on a day-to-day basis.

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    Winter Safety Tips

    Tips to prevent winter related accidents.

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    Safety News – Fall 2018

    This issue includes information on hand and power tool selection, occupational noise, an ergonomics tool to assess push/pull tasks, workplace violence prevention, Driver’s License Checks – Lessons Learned From the 2017 Lynnway Auto Auction Accident, influenza vaccination education, and Ergonomics in Healthcare: Continuing Education for Caregivers.

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    Safety News – Spring 2018

    This issue includes information on preventing slips and falls on stairs, foundations of safety leadership training, motor vehicle records checks for healthcare employees, spring 2018 news conferences, the NIOSH lifting calculator app, and an electronic logging device (ELD) mandate.

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    Winter Safety Reminder

    Tips to prevent winter related accidents.

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    Safety News – Fall 2017

    This issue includes information on OSHA’s top 10 cited standards, control of hazardous energy, occupational stress, NSC safe driving toolkit, mobility is medicine (MIM) forum, and safe patient handling app.

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    Spring 2017 Manufacturing Safety Seminar

    On May 18, 2017, the Safety and Health Department held a Manufacturing Safety Seminar for Atlantic Charter Insurance Company clients at the Burlington Marriott.

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    Boston Globe

    Linda J. Sallop is interviewed for the “Women & Power Issue”, and begins “The best advice for anybody is to never say can’t. Say yes to every opportunity. Be open to everything. Even if you’re too busy or don’t know how to do it, take on the challenge.”

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