Monthly Archives: December 2015

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Asbestos Claims Deadline Looms for Power Plant Workers

Energy Future Holdings (EFH), a $36 billion company, with known asbestos claims against it, has filed for bankruptcy and seeks to drastically limit the legal rights of all its past, present and future asbestos victims. EFH is a very big company that worked on power plants all over the US. It includes Ebasco’s and EECI’s [...]

Asbestos Claims Deadline Looms for Power Plant Workers2017-06-16T15:47:19+00:00

The National Campaign to Prevent Falls in Construction

The National Campaign to Prevent Falls in Construction Final Report on the 2014 & 2015 Safety Stand Downs: A quantitative and qualitative analysis on data collected from OSHA’s Stand Down Certificate of Participation database Jessica Bunting, MPH CPWR – The Center for Construction Research & Training October 2015 For more information from OSHA

The National Campaign to Prevent Falls in Construction2017-06-16T15:47:20+00:00

Lung Health – A Workers’ Issue

Workers should never have to worry that the air they breathe on the job will slowly destroy their lungs. Yet in too many cases, that risk is still all too real at U.S. workplaces. Occupational lung disease is slow, debilitating and lethal. A construction worker, stone cutter, foundry worker or coal miner inhales tiny bits [...]

Lung Health – A Workers’ Issue2017-06-16T15:47:20+00:00