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January 2019

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View the January 2019 edition of Safety Lines

Contents

  • 2018:  Minnesota OSHA's year in review

  • Free on-site safety and health consultations available

  • OSHA recordkeeping training offered in January:  Reviewing the basics

  • Regulation updates:  OSHA 300A, beryllium, operator qualification

  • Minnesota workplace injury rate reaches all-time low level

  • MNOSHA Compliance signs safety, health partnerships

  • Pay extra attention to threat of carbon monoxide during the winter

  • 3M issues urgent recall for fall protection component

  • Safety Grant Program supports workplace safety, health

  • Minnesota's newest MNSHARP Construction worksite

  • Recordkeeping notes:  How to avoid under-, over-reporting

  • State's fatal work-injuries increased in 2017

  • Available online:  MNOSHA's 2017 annual report, federal review, state response

  • Minnesota OSHA gathers for annual all-staff meeting

  • Nominate a colleague for the Arthur E. McCauley Jr. Award

  • MNOSHA fatality, serious-injury investigations summaries online

  • SOII sauce:  Reporting periods overlap for SOII, OSHA log data

  • Minnesota OSHA answers frequently asked questions

  • Minnesota OSHA's calendar of events

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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.