Safety Lines is a quarterly publication of the Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry. Its purpose is to promote occupational safety and health and to inform readers of the purpose, plans and progress of Minnesota OSHA.
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SOII sauce: Marble floors are slippery and hard: injuries, illnesses in the Financial Activities industry
SOII sauce: 'Got a license for that thing?'
Recordkeeping 201, part 10: Recording cases and reporting claims -- A tale of two systems
Research highlights: 2009 injury and illness survey statistics now available
Recordkeeping 201, part 9: Matching workplace and workers to OSHA logs
SOII sauce: Interesting findings from the Survey of Occupational Injuries and Illnesses
Research highlights: Minnesota safety report
SOII sauce: Median days away from work, 2008; private industry
Research highlights: Nursing home ergonomics services evaluation now available
Recordkeeping 201, part 8: 'And a one, and a two' -- Counting employees and hours
Announcement: Software tools help employers show need for safety and benefits and costs of health and safety programs
Research highlights: Positive direction: Survey shows Minnesota workplace injuries continue to decrease
Recordkeeping 201, part 7: A close look at first aid
Recordkeeping 201, part 6: What are 'other recordable cases'?
Research highlights: Minnesota Workplace Safety Report summary
Recordkeeping 201, part 5: Needlesticks and sharps injuries, contact with bodily fluids
Recordkeeping 201, part 4: New or deja vu? When to record injury recurrences and episodic illnesses
Announcement: Injury and illness survey team now collecting data for 2007
Recordkeeping 201, part 3: Job transfer and restricted work
Announcement: Injury and illness survey gearing up for new year
Recordkeeping 201, part 2: Records access, information disclosure
Announcement: Minnesota workers' compensation claim statistics-at-a-glance
Table: Top 10 most common disabling accident events in the construction industry in Minnesota, 2004 through 2006
Recordkeeping 201, part 1: Privacy concern cases -- when not to write a name
Announcement: Department thanks employers for survey participation