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US Charges Company Executives in West Virginia Chemical Spill


In a rare indictment against senior management, US officials charged former owners and executives of environmental offences for a major chemical spill.

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ON Court Says Crown Can’t Use General Duty Clause to Expand Safety Requirements


The government may see general duty clause violations as catch-alls when charging defendants, but an Ontario court just limited their use of this clause.

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60% of Workplaces Have Been Subjected to a Safety Inspection


Based on our poll, most workplaces have had safety inspections. Given how common they are, it’s critical that you know how to handle inspections properly.

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New Study Shows Health Risks of Too Much Sitting


A new study found that sitting around all day at work and home can have a serious impact on workers’ health, even if they regularly exercise.

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Death of Worker on First Day Shows Vulnerability of New Workers


Studies and statistics on the vulnerability of new workers may not convince you they need extra protection. Maybe this tragic real-life example will.

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New Study Shows Costs and Extent of Worker Sleeplessness


More workers than you think have poor sleep quality. And their sleep-related problems can–and will–impact your workplace.

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Make Sure Workers Wear Fall Protection While Deicing


Although you should have workers remove ice from roofs, overhangs, etc., make sure they’re safe by requiring them to wear fall protection while doing so.

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Tragic Example of Possible Consequences of ‘Presenteeism’


Sick workers may make unsafe decisions that could result in harm to themselves and/or others. So require workers to stay home when they’re not feeling well.

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Improving Overall Safety Culture Still Top Priority for Safety Professionals


Here’s what safety professionals said were their priorities for their workplaces in 2015 and how the OHS Insider can help you achieve those goals.

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New Federal Regulations on Products Containing Mercury


As of Nov. 2015, new federal environmental regulations will impose new limits and requirements on products containing mercury. Here’s an overview.

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