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April 2019

April 2019 edition of "Safety Lines" from Minnesota OSHA

View the April 2019 edition of Safety Lines

Contents

  • Employee safety, health:  Young workers deserve our attention, training

  • Nancy Leppink named Department of Labor and Industry commissioner

    • Deputy commissioner announced

  • Safety and health observances, 2019

  • Free Construction Seminar focused on traffic control

  • MNOSHA fatality, serious-injury investigations summaries online

  • How do workers get injured? Claim characteristics flyer updated with 2017 data

  • Minnesota OSHA answers frequently asked questions

  • Safety Grant Program priority-industries list updated

  • Recordkeeping notes:  Exposures to substances other than blood and other potentially infectious materials

  • Reviewing the basics:  Recordkeeping training offered June 19, Aug. 16

  • Free on-site safety and health consultations available

  • SOII sauce:  A closer look at manufacturing injury, illness rates

  • MNOSHA Workplace Safety Consultation meets with Korean delegation

  • Minnesota's newest MNSHARP Construction worksite

  • Minnesota OSHA's calendar of events

View past editions of the Safety Lines newsletter.


About Safety Lines

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. Subscribers receive an email message each quarter when a new edition is available online. They will also receive periodic email updates from Minnesota OSHA.