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DIR Communications 1h
Cites Two Employers after Temporary Worker Fatally Crushed in Tehama County:
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Bruce Rolfsen 22h
California Proposes Expanding Nighttime Labor Safety Regulation. ’s proposal is meant to address hazards related to performing outdoor agricultural work during hours of darkness when visibility is limited.
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Bruce Rolfsen Apr 17
LA Noodle Manufacturer Cited by Cal/OSHA After Worker Loses Two Fingers. $276,435 proposed fine.
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Fred Walter Apr 4
Replying to @TravisRhoden
That’s a good thing. What we don’t need are more inexperienced, uneducated CSHOs. Wish took this approach.
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Woodruff Sawyer Apr 16
ICYMI-actions by have prompted to schedule an evaluation of how to best “protect the goals” originally sought by the Improve Tracking of Workplace Injuries & Illnesses rule. Cam Dickinson & Kevin Moore share how this impacts your company
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WCAHS Apr 8
Register now! A FREE 1-day training in Spanish will provide comprehensive health & safety info on: & sexual harassment prevention & IIPP with a rep to answer questions. 5/2,
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Bruce Rolfsen Apr 16
Calif. Employers Fear Pricey Verdicts for Safety Violations. A roofing co. facing potential civil penalties over $1 million is latest to reflect fallout from the landmark state SC ruling that gave prosecutors ability to seek punitive fines.
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Crazy Train Jan 25
Wait, wut? failed to obtain a permit prior to building GA4- better known as a tent? And that's not even the worst thing in the OSHA findings? could care less about people, laws or the environment .
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DIR Communications Apr 16
Cites Los Angeles Food Manufacturer and Staffing Agency for Serious Accident that Caused Amputation of Worker’s Fingers:
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Pac_Watson Nov 11
When the office manager came over MY shoulder and asked me to take the ROM exercises out of the chart, I assured her not to worry that I had already given the patient appropiate restrictions!💪🏽 ☮❤👷🏿‍♂️👷🏼‍♂️👷🏻‍♀️👷🏻‍♂️👷🏾‍♀️🤷🏽‍♀️
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DIR Communications Apr 8
Is a hazard at your workplace? encourages employers, workers, and advocates to join the Heat Illness Prevention (HIP) Network to get involved with safety and prevention efforts. To join the HIP Network, email HIPNetwork@dir.ca.gov
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Monica Schick Aug 9
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Pac_Watson Nov 11
According to the California Medical Board it is illeagal to use Medical Assistants to replace highly trained medical professionals. -Medical Board of California Newsletter Fall 2015 ☮❤👷🏿‍♂️👷🏼‍♂️👷🏻‍♀️👷🏻‍♂️👷🏾‍♀️🤷🏽‍♀️
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Mike Flores Nov 3
A MUST LISTEN!!!! (03:15 - 21:00) Physicians Asst. w/20 years exp. hired by in Aug. '18. Fremont clinic. SHOCKED by what directed to do to keep injuries off record. She refused to comply, shared concerns, & fired in 3 weeks. is back! (Thread in comments)
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Bruce Rolfsen Apr 8
festival worker dies after fall; mourning loss of 20-year 'family member'. investigating.
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Dale Yurong Apr 12
90 degrees a week from today so this heat safety training session in Easton was timely. Shade & water are required by state law for outside workers once we hit 80. ⁦⁦
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Mariah 7 Dec 17
. Community members at Oxnard/Ventura border were just kicked off a farm for giving N95 masks to farmworkers working & breathing ash-filled air. office is closed due to fire. What can you do?
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Carlos Saucedo Oct 17
20ft rebar tower weighing 1k pounds fell on 3 construction workers as they were climbing it. 1 sustained critical injuries, 2 others moderate injuries. in route to investigate.
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Food Empowerment Project Mar 21
During 2018 , Californians were told to stay inside to avoid the harmful smoke. But what about who work outdoors? We need to develop strong rules to protect outdoor workers BEFORE the next wildfires strike
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Stacy Villalobos Mar 21
smoke impairs lung function & worsens heart conditions. Existing regs don’t adequately protect workers. we need a stronger standard to keep outdoor workers safe when the air quality becomes dangerous (cc )
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