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Preventing Work-Related Eye Injuries

Some Pennsylvania workers receive eye injuries on the job, making it important for them to follow eye safety practices. These injuries may range in severity from eyestrain to eye traumas that may result in blindness or the loss of the eyes. By adhering to eye safety practices, people may be able to prevent these types… Read More


Staying Safe in a Hotel Kitchen is Like a Double-Edged Knife

f you work in the kitchen of a Pennsylvania hotel or restaurant, you might feel disgruntled at times because all the credit goes to the front-of-house staff. The compliments of friendly service and excellent food hardly ever reach you and your co-workers in the hot kitchen where you face multiple hazards. While it is vital… Read More


OSHA Renews Alliance With Entertainment Industry Groups

Pennsylvania readers may be interested to learn that the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration has renewed its alliance with two leading entertainment groups in an effort to promote health and safety among workers in the entertainment industry. The new alliance will last five years and involves members of the United States Institute for Theatre… Read More


OSHA Standards do Most to Protect Workers

Federal laws require Pennsylvania employers to maintain safe work environments for their employees. According to David Michaels, the former head of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, the best way to accomplish that goal is for the federal government to concentrate its efforts on safety standards, inspection and enforcement. Speaking before the House Subcommittee on… Read More