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Safety Stories

February 11, 2019 Detroit Michigan Man who fell into large tank of sulfuric acid at metro Detroit facility dies   According to WXYZ ABC Channel 7 Detroit: A 54-year-old man who fell into a large vat of sulfuric acid at a metro Detroit facility has died, the company confirmed. According to Michigan Seamless Tube, the…
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Safety Standards – News Releases

Long-awaited dropped object standard approved by ANSI – Source Industrial Safety and Hygiene News (ISHN), July 17, 2018 The standard comes in response to the thousands of workers each year in the U.S. who are injured — and the hundreds who die — from being struck by a falling object, such as hand tools, instrumentation,…
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Free Safety Webinars

As I find some interesting free webinars I will post them here. Some are not as applicable for early career people but you gain knowledge even by listening to something pretty advanced.  

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