Impact Products Offers 880 Series Safety Glasses

The 880 Series is part of the ProGuard Fit line from Impact Products and provides the right fit for the right job. Since the workforce has become increasingly diverse, the company takes a one-size-does-not-fit-all approach.

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Four Companies Join to Form Predictive Safety SRP

The founding members of Predictive Safety SRP Inc. announced that an official closing has been reached in the joining of their four companies. Mark Savit of Predictive Compliance LLC, Dave Lauriski of Safety Solutions International Inc., and Tim Hobbs of Data Connect Corp., all located in Denver, and Henry Bowles of Bowles-Langley Technology in Alameda, Calif., have now merged to form Predictive Safety SRP Inc., to be managed by CEO Mark Premo, former president and CEO of Chevron Mining.

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Mucha to Receive James M. Christie Award

Randall J. “Randy” Mucha, corporate director of health and safety for Lehigh Hanson, will receive the National Stone, Sand and Gravel Association’s (NSSGA) James M. Christie Safety and Health Professional of the Year Award. The award recognizes an individual for substantial contributions and commitment to safe and healthy practices within his or her company and the industry.

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FOCUS ON HEALTH & SAFETY - MARCH 2017

MSHA to Award Grants for Mine Safety Education, Training - NSSGA Announces Gold Safety Awards - MSHA Issues Close Call Accident Alert

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Eye Treatment Was A Reportable Injury; Miner Could Not Finish Shift

A citation issued to Northshore Mining Co. for failing to report an eye injury was upheld by the Commission where evidence showed the employee took time off from work to have debris removed from his eye, and could not work the remainder of the shift. The decision reverses an Oct. 21, 2015, decision by ALJ David Barbour (22 MSHN D-2382).

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