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September 2019

   Kids are back in school. That means more foot traffic in school zones, more bicyclists on neighborhood streets and more congestion around buses as they stop and start along routes, both in the early-morning and late-afternoon hours. That means it is also a

   When over 90 percent of your new sales and service contracts come from customer referrals, you know your business is doing something right.    Such is the case at Brook Field Service, which for almost 40 years has sold, rented, and serviced top-of-the line

  Every month, Safety+Health features stories from readers about how they got their start in the EHS field. Did they choose a career in safety, or did it choose them? What motivates them? My Story: Randee Johnson    I am a 33-year-old woman with

Stefanie Valentic EHS Today | Sep 10, 2019    Companies around the United States still are failing to address the same hazards that are leading to OSHA's top 10 violations.    Patrick Kapust, deputy director of OSHA’s Directorate of Enforcement Programs, announced the 2019 preliminary results to a

   The Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance's (CVSA) Brake Safety Week is scheduled for Sept. 15-22. Throughout that week, enforcement officials will conduct roadside safety inspections on commercial motor vehicles throughout North America. Vehicles with critical brake violations, or other critical vehicle inspection item violations, will

By: Matt Musgrave, AGC/VT Government Affairs Director    A major focus of your lobbying team last year was bill S.108 “An act relating to employee misclassification”. The purpose of the bill is to enhance Vermonts enforcement of misclassified independent contractors who should be employees with the