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  1. Ukraine's Coal Mine Industry Continues Regional Leadership To Reduce Emissions, Cut Gas Costs And Enhance Workplace Safety
    The JSC Coal Company Krasnoarmeiskaya Zapadnaya is the latest Ukraine company to modernize its coal mining operations by signing a framework agreement with GE Energy. Under the agreement, JSC plans to install up to 20 of GE’s ecomaginationTM-certified Jenbacher coal mine gas-fueled cogeneration units
  2. CNA’s Risk Control Creates PureSafety CD To Minimize Clients Risks, Educate Employees
    CNA has partnered with PureSafety — a leading provider of online safety training and risk management software solutions — to develop a Construction Worker Orientation training CD
  3. ESIS Offers Complete Health, Safety And Environmental Platform
    ESIS, Inc., (“ESIS®”) a risk management services company owned by the ACE Group of Companies, today announced that it now has the ability to provide clients a complete Health, Safety and Environmental (HSE) program in the U.S. and/or on a global basis
  4. Cardiac Science Deploys 850 AEDs Across American Electric Power Facilities
    Cardiac Science is deploying automated external defibrillators (AEDs) to create heartsafe work environments at American Electric Power locations in 12 U.S. states. The company already installed 500 Powerheart® AEDs from Cardiac Science and will deploy an additional 350 AEDs through 2008
  5. Bark Busters Announces Dog Safety Program To Help Businesses Keep Employees Safe
    Bark Busters — the world’s largest, most trusted dog training company — today announced the launch of the Bark Busters Dog Safety Program™, a unique program designed to help employers keep employees safe and dramatically reduce costs associated with dog-related injuries
  6. Injury Management Partners Introduces Employer STEP Advantage
    Injury Management Partners, LLC, a firm dedicated to creating products and services that reduce the number, cost and duration of employee injuries, is rolling out a Certified Partner Program to market and implement its Employer STEP AdvantageSM
  7. National Institute For Occupational Safety And Health And Brush Wellman Inc. Honored For 10-Year Worker Safety Initiative Partnership
    The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) and Brush Wellman Inc. (BWI) are being honored for their research partnership. Over the past 10 years NIOSH and BWI have worked together to conduct research and develop, test and communicate a new model for working safely with beryllium and beryllium-containing materials
  8. GE’s HardFiber System Dramatically Reduces Protection And Control Installation And Maintenance Costs By Up To 50% Through Eliminating Copper Wiring
    GE Digital Energy announces the Multilin HardFiber System which eliminates the need for thousands of copper wires in a substation and replaces them with a few fiber optic cables
  9. Heat Illness Prevention Outreach And Enforcement Intensify In 2008, Cal/OSHA Statistics Show
    Outreach and education events aimed at protecting workers from heat illness have increased over the first six months of this year as has enforcement of the nation’s first heat illness prevention regulations, according to figures released by the Department of Industrial Relation’s Division of Occupational Safety and Health (Cal/OHSA)
  10. CDC, Premier Healthcare Alliance Work To Eliminate Occupational Needlestick Injuries
    More than 385,000 needlestick and other sharps-related injuries are sustained annually by hospital-based healthcare personnel, according to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates, with countless others occurring in nursing homes, outpatient clinics, physician offices and emergency care services