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Download special report, and learn effective ways to improve workplace cleanliness and drastically reduce accidents rates related to slips, trips and falls.

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In this issue, learn about five steps for providing effective safety training, workplace hand injuries and more.

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Considering how often we use our hands and the number of tasks we perform, it is amazing that we can go days, weeks or even months without injuring a hand or finger. But, as anyone who has ever suffered a burn, severe cut, or broken finger knows, injuries can occur in a heartbeat, yet have lasting disabling effects. Here are seven statistics relating to hand injuries and their prevention.

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Workers’ efforts to stabilize a huge construction crane in winds failed and the block-long structure crashed down on to a lower Manhattan street, killing one man and injuring three others.

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OSHA has reached a unique settlement with a Massachusetts electrical contractor that includes establishing a safety training fund in memory of two linemen who were killed when a crane toppled in April 2014.

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The American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) have announced that the revised Z490.1-2016 training standard is now available.

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A study has found that providing workplace interventions, can reduce the incidence of lower back pain and discomfort by as much as 60 percent.

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In this special report, you’ll learn what issues safety professionals like you are facing and find the most important to address in the workplace.

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A 33-year-old US Marble and Granite worker died after he was crushed by falling granite slabs in a warehouse in Westlake, OH. The heavy material fell onto Mitchel Williams and frantic workers called 911, saying they were unable to lift the heavy material off the victim.

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In this issue, learn how mining related deaths have hit a record low, and safety issues for long-haul truckers and their employees.

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