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OSHA Launches Campaign Focusing On Worker Safety

OSHA Launches Campaign Focusing On Worker Safety

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An effort to reduce the number of workers killed on the job. OSHA has a summer campaign concentrating on military and other federal projects in Virginia. The agency says there are four leading causes of workplace injuries. Those are falls, crushing, electrocution and being caught in between something. They’re also targeting heat-related illness.

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