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

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October 2015, Number 89

  • New accident reporting requirements effective; workplace poster updated

  • 'Dial M for MNOSHA'

  • MNOSHA fatalities, serious injuries investigation summaries online

  • Start 2016 on the 'right' foot:  Recordkeeping training offered in January

  • 2014 workplace fatality statistics released; injury, illness rates available soon

  • Roslyn Robertson retires from DLI after 30 years of service

  • Emergency scenarios keep state agencies trained, prepared

  • Construction Seminar, Nov. 17:  'Rescue plans, crisis management'

  • SOII sauce:  Workplace illness rates in Minnesota

  • Minnesota's newest MNSHARP worksites

  • Notes from the undercount, part four:  Special focus on recordkeeping in hospitals

  • Minnesota OSHA answers frequently asked questions

  • DLI experts available for speaking engagements

  • Moving workplace safety, health beyond the minimum

  • MNSTAR employers mentor others striving for safety, health excellence

  • MNSTAR Program participant update

  • WSC takes part in Latino small-business event

  • Active-shooter drill:  Gun violence erupts at Duluth workplaces

  • MNOSHA Compliance signs safety, health partnerships

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