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January 2017 Archives

OSHA rule regarding beryllium exposure finalized

Pennsylvania construction workers may be interested to learn that a new Occupational Safety and Health Administration rule lowers the exposure limits for beryllium. This lightweight metal, which is used in energy and electronics, is toxic and can cause severe damage to the lungs when it is inhaled.

Reducing risk of repetitive stress injuries in Pennsylvania

For people working in the manufacturing industry, repetitive stress injuries can be a major concern. Some of the most common musculoskeletal injuries that come from repeating the same movements over and over are tendonitis and carpal tunnel syndrome. Currently, the best methods for attempting to prevent these injuries involves safety professionals making subjective calls about the risk of certain motions.

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