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Toyota Building Fitness Facility for Associates and Families
COLUMBUS, IN -- Toyota Industrial Equipment (TIE), a manufacturer of forklifts, recently announced a construction project to add a two-story facility that will provide an easily accessible physical fitness center for Toyota Associates and their families to enjoy at no cost. [FULL STORY]

Cintas Earns Carolina Star for VPP
GREENSBORO, NC -- Cintas Corporation’s Greensboro, NC facility will be awarded the Carolina Star from North Carolina OSHA in recognition of having met very detailed and comprehensive safety requirements. [FULL STORY]

StopText Prevents Access to Phones while Driving
NEW YORK -- World Patent Marketing, a manufacturer and engineer of patented products, has announced the StopText, a safety invention which prevents people from accessing their mobile phones unnecessarily while driving. [FULL STORY]

New York State Expands Zika Virus Testing for Pregnant Women
ALBANY, NY – The New York State Department of Health is expanding its free Zika virus testing program for all pregnant women who have traveled to areas where the infection is ongoing, regardless of whether they exhibit symptoms. [FULL STORY]

ASSE Foundation Awards Universities in Support of ABET Accreditation
PARK RIDGE, IL -- The American Society of Safety Engineers Foundation recently awarded three universities a total of $8,750 to support efforts to have their occupational safety and health programs receive ABET accreditation. [FULL STORY]

NYC Promises Increased Enforcement, New Measures on Crane Safety
NEW YORK -- Mayor Bill de Blasio has announced a four-point plan to increase safety when large cranes are operating in New York City. [FULL STORY]

Palo Verde Nuke Station Recertified a VPP STAR
PHOENIX -- The Arizona Division of Occupational Safety and Health has recertified the Palo Verde Nuclear Generation Station with its Voluntary Protection Program STAR designation. [FULL STORY]

Deb Group Offers Tips to Stop Occupational Skin Disorders
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Over 34,000 cases of occupational skin disorders (OSDs) were reported in 2010, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, but incidents may be up-to 50 times higher. To help organizations protect employees’ hands Deb Group offers tips to prevent OSDs in the workplace. [FULL STORY]

AllClear Deployed at Global Refineries and LNG Plants
NEW ORLEANS -- inFRONT, a technology company dedicated to improving emergency response in the petrochemical industry, has formed a new partnership with two of the largest companies in the downstream and midstream industry sectors. [FULL STORY]

OSHA, Industrial Truck Association Renew Alliance
WASHINGTON -- The Occupational Safety and Health Administration recently renewed its alliance with the Industrial Truck Association to reduce worker injuries and fatalities when using powered industrial trucks. [FULL STORY]

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Chiropractor Touts Ergonomics for Injury Prevention

A Manhattan chiropractor is reminding his patients and others that ergonomics can help prevent injuries. Simple changes can make a big difference, he says, such as repositioning a computer keyboard, changing desk height, adjusting an office chair or changing pillow positions at night. He says they can enhance ergonomics and spinal health in a profound way.

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