Pennsylvania Truck Accident Lawyer Backs Release of Data on Truck Safety Performance

Scranton, PA (PRWEB) December 15, 2010 Pennsylvania truck accident lawyer Marion Munley says that exposing a trucking companys history of safety violations could help curb the kind of dangerous truck driver behavior that puts other motorists at risk.   Munley, a truck accident attorney with the Pennsylvania personal injury law firm of Munley, Munley & Cartwright, P.C., says a federal appeals courts decision last week to allow the...

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Safety in the Workplace

East Hampton, NY (PRWEB) May 22, 2006 Today we spend the majority of our waking time at work, and unfortunately more and more accidents are happening in the workplace. Whether you are a factory worker, work at a desk job, drive a tractor-trailer, or are a nurse, safety is still a concern regardless of the title you hold. Workplace Safety Week is the week of June 12th through June 16th, but safety should be practiced every week at your own job....

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Wind Energy Update: Wind Energy Health and Safety Practices Evolve for 2012

London (PRWEB) July 20, 2012 The volume of assets and personnel directly involved in wind generation is trending upwards. An impact of this growth is the need to suitably protect these assets. The bottom line of health and safety (EHS or HSE) is safety of workers and asset integrity.   Focus areas for a wind industry EHS manager can be put into three categories: the design of the wind turbines (size and weight of the blades, integrated...

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