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

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April 2015, Number 87

  • Window washing work in Minnesota

  • National Safety Stand-down:  2015 campaign for fall prevention in construction to span two weeks

  • Standards update:  recordkeeping; crane operator certification

  • Workers safety, health promoted at new Vikings stadium site

  • Reminder:  Second GHS deadline is June 1

  • Availability of finalized fatal occupational injury data for 2013

  • Recordkeeping:  introductory-level training offered July 15

  • MNOSHA out in full force at annual Minnesota Safety Council conference

  • SOII sauce:  An annotated guide to the safety and health statistics Web page

  • Home-safety products recalled:  disposable fire extinguishers, CO/smoke detectors

  • Notes from the undercount, part two:  Characteristics of OSHA log recordkeepers participating in the SOII

  • Minnesota OSHA answers frequently asked questions

  • Experts available for speaking engagements

  • Alliances help WSC spread safety practices farther

  • Now available:  Web-based safety grant application

  • Promoting safety and health to young workers

  • MNOSHA Compliance signs safety, health partnerships

  • Final Construction Seminar of the season May 19:  Traffic control and workzone safety

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