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NAOSH North American Occupation Safety and Health Week
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DOL publishes final guidance on Fair Pay & Safe Workplaces Order

On August 25th the US Department of Labor published final guidance on the Obama administration's Fair Pay & Safe Workplaces Executive Order.

08/25/2016 3:54 PM

Interactive Infographic Explores Motor Vehicle Safety at Work

The latest CDC Foundation Business Pulse interactive infographic examines motor vehicle safety at work, paying particular attention to four challenges facing businesses: fatalities, cost burden, complex risk, international business travel.

08/23/2016 9:18 PM

ANSI/ASSE Z359.1 Revision Approved for Fall Protection Standard

The revision of ANSI/ASSE Z359.1, Safety Requirements for Personal Fall Arrest Systems, Subsystems and Components, recently received final ANSI administrative approval. Z359.1 underwent fundamental changes from the 2007 version. Essentially, it is a new standard with regard to technical content, not simply a revision of the requirements in the previous editions.


New Fall Protection Standard Makes Picking and Using Equipment Even Easier

In the world of fall protection, the amount of equipment available to prevent workers from being injured is as dizzying as the heights they climb do to their jobs.


ASSE Government Affairs Update -- June & July 2016

ASSE Government Affairs Update for June & July 2016

08/11/2016 3:56 PM

DOL, NIOSH Issue Noise Safety Challenge

OSHA, MSHA and NIOSH have partnered in a challenge to inventors and entrepreneurs that the agencies hope will result in a technological solution to workplace noise exposure and hearing loss.

08/10/2016 1:37 PM

Final Rule for Drones Aims to Spur Job Growth, Advance Scientific Research

Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has created the first operational rule for routine commercial use of small unmanned aircraft systems (UAS or drones) weighing less than 55 lb that conduct nonhobbyist operations. FAA reports the regulations will create new innovations safely, spark job growth and help advance scientific research.


First Safety Standard for Working with Communication Towers Approved

A new standard aimed at protecting workers who install, alter or maintain communication towers offers the first comprehensive approach reducing injuries and saving lives in industry that has rapidly expanded in recent years, said the American Society of Safety Engineers.

08/09/2016 6:30 PM

MSHA’s Respirable Coal Mine Dust Rule Moves to Final Phase

MSHA is continuing its effort to prevent black lung disease among coal miners with its respirable dust standard, which took effect in 2014.


Remembering Jerry Ray, 1997-98 ASSE President

ASSE is sad to share news of the passing of Jerry Ray, ASSE’s 1997-98 President and a well-liked and highly respected leader of the occupational safety and health profession.

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