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



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April 2016 "Safety Lines"April 2016, Number 91

  • Tree-trimming safety resources available

  • Week-long national campaign to focus on fall prevention in the construction industry

  • Fall protection in construction:  Complying with one of OSHA's most-cited standards

  • Workplace safety conference offers tools, strategies, solutions

  • MNOSHA presents at Construction Industry Conference

  • Minnesota OSHA answers frequently asked questions

  • SOII sauce:  Musculoskeletal disorder rates in high-case industries

  • 2014 final fatality numbers to be published April 21

  • Young worker safety, common hazards, labor laws, resources

  • DLI epxerts available for speaking engagements

  • Free Construction Seminar focuses on scaffolding

  • OSHA recordkeeping training offered June 17:  Reviewing the basics

  • MNOSHA fatality, serious-injury investigation summaries online

  • Update:  Achievement program participation

  • Workplace violence prevention training:  Unique collaboration successful; armed-intruder presentation in June

  • Notes from the undercount, part six:  Training recordkeepers might not be enough

  • Minnesota's newest MNSHARP worksite

  • Reducing task of manual lifting for emergency workers

  • MNOSHA Compliance signs safety, health partnerships


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