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Minnesota OSHA Compliance -- Safety Lines, the newsletter of MNOSHA

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October edition of "Safety Lines"October 2016, Number 93

  • Harvest approaches:  Hazards in the grain industry

  • Standards update:  Citation copy to complainant;
    respirable crystalline silica

  • Registered to vote?

  • 3M Fall Protection issues Lad-Saf sleeve recall

  • WSC works with the Mexican Consulate to reach Hispanic workers

  • Respiratory protection:  Complying with one of
    OSHA's most-cited standards

  • Alden Hoffman retires after 35 years of service to state of Minnesota

  • Protect employees from rotating parts:  Manual metalworking lathe hazards

  • Updated flier online:  How do teen workers get injured?

  • Annual report from OSHA state-plan association available

  • Minnesota OSHA answers frequently asked questions

  • Worksites, other organizations can apply for Heart Safe designation

  • DLI experts available for speaking engagements

  • Statistics shine spotlight on worker safety indicators

  • Next up:  November Construction Seminar examines partnerships

  • SOII sauce:  Injuries in courier, messenger industry

  • Employers work with WSC toward safety, health excellence

  • Minnesota's newest MNSHARP Construction worksite

  • Current, past MNOSHA fatality investigations, serious-injury investigations summaries available online

  • Notes from the undercount, part seven:  Special focus on recordkeeping in fabricated metal products manufacturing industry

  • MNOSHA Compliance signs safety, health partnerships 

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