Category: Workplace Safety
Excessive wear in the boom tubes from debris can lead to potential damage and could cause the platforms to drop.
On July 19, 2017, the CDC posted the findings from an investigation into a multistate outbreak of Salmonella typhimurium infections linked to various college and university teaching microbiology laboratories.
Employees should take special precautions to avoid heat-related illness in unusually hot weather when working outdoors or in unconditioned indoor environments.
General This notice applies only to Guardian SRL part numbers listed in this notice and for products manufactured from January 1, 2015-March 2017. A number of these units have shown an increased potential for cable fraying and/or bird-caging. If these … Continued
EHS will be hosting Safety Stand Down Week May 8-May 11, 2017. Safety Stand Down is an organized break from work which employers hold a safety discussion with their employees. Voluntary stand downs can occur at any time that employers … Continued
UNC-Chapel Hill is committed to providing a campus environment that supports the health and safety practices of its community.
The State of North Carolina has designated May and June as a special time to identify and recognize the importance of having a safe workplace. This program goes hand-in-hand with the National Safety Council’s June is National Safety Month which … Continued