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As the pace of farm activities picks up in the summer, the likelihood of accidents also increases. That means having a first-aid kit on the farm is essential, according to J.W. Schroeder, the North Dakota State University Extension Service's dairy...
Tags: Health and Safety at Work, Health
Channel 2 NewsA man died after he was found unconscious Sunday at the foot of a North Slope drilling site stairwell, according to company officials and North Slope Borough police. Pat Foley with Pioneer Natural Resources says the unidentified man, a Nabors Drilling...
The Hartford CourantThe election is over, and before going any farther can I have a show of hands from everyone in favor of a Constitutional amendment that would ban the use of the phrase "and I approve this message." Talk about unanimous consent. Anyway, the time has come...
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NOTICE OF EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY Director of Engineering & IT The Director of Engineering & IT directs the efforts of the engineering department and supports all other departments to ensure achievement of common business goals. Ensure equipment and...
KTLA NewsSANTA FE SPRINGS, Calif. (KTLA) -- The head of Bumble Bee Foods released a letter Friday responding to the death last week of 62-year-old, Jose Melena. Melena, a six-year-employee at the Santa Fe Springs plant, was found by co-workers inside one of the...
It was back to training for the Hamilton County Tactical Rescue Team on Tuesday after a real life incident put the team's knowledge to the test. Trench rescues are uncommon in Hamilton County, but on Monday, emergency crews responded to a rescue in...
Tribune reporterA man remains in serious condition but is expected to recover after a trench collapsed on him in Cedar Lake, Ind. Thursday morning, authorities said. Firefighters spent about 20 minutes freeing the man, who had been buried up to his chest while working...
KTLA NewsWEST LOS ANGELES (KTLA) -- A construction worker was killed in an accident Thursday morning on an off-ramp to the 405 Freeway in West Los Angeles. It happened around 2:20 a.m. on the Santa Monica Boulevard off-ramp of the southbound 405, according to the...
The Hartford CourantConnecticut recently became the 17th state, in addition to the District of Columbia, to legalize marijuana as a so-called medicine. So what's the big deal? Besides the fact that another state has literally gone to pot, the new law forbids employers from...
Staff WriterAn excessive heat warning is in effect today until Wednesday with temperatures expected to hit more than 110 degrees, according to the National Weather Service. The warning, put in place Monday morning, affects areas of Arizona, Riverside County and...
A construction company has been fined by the state for the death of a worker. David Anderson, 33, died in April when the driver of an excavator ran over him. It happened on the Allisonville Road bridge project at Interstate 465. The Indiana Occupational...
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