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

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July 2015, Number 88

  • Agencies urge employers to prepare for severe summer weather

  • Updates to OSHA's recordkeeping rule:  Minnesota's effective date

  • Introductory-level recordkeeping training:  webinar offered for
    recordkeepers outside Twin Cities

  • Bees:  A workplace hazard you may not have considered

  • MNOSHA participates in successful safety, health conference

  • SOII sauce:  Full-service restaurants vs. limited-service eating places

  • Minnesota's newest MNSHARP Construction worksite

  • Notes from the undercount, part three:  Do OSHA log recordkeepers use available resources to resolve OSHA log questions?

  • Construction workers 'stand-down' for safety in June

  • Minnesota OSHA answers frequently asked questions

  • DLI experts available for speaking engagements

  • Minnesota's newest MNSTAR worksite

  • Alert:  Bloodborne pathogens and laundry service workers

  • WSC continues alliance with the Minnesota Dental Association

  • Advisory board works to protect temporary workers

  • WSC Safety Grant Program:  Financial support for employers workplace safety, health efforts

  • WSC provides safety training, certification to student groups

  • MNOSHA Compliance signs safety, health partnerships

  • Save the dates:  2015/2016 Construction Seminar schedule

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