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August 10, 2012
Safety Daily Advisor Week in Review--August 6, 2012, to August 10, 2012

This week, the Safety Daily Advisor discussed how workplace inspections benefit employers, how to get employees to wear hearing protection and measure hearing loss, and train workers who work around ammonia. Here’s the Safety Daily Advisor week in review.

OSHA Inspections Good for Workers and Companies, New Study Says--This article describes a new study that indicates workplace inspections save lives, reduce workers' compensation claims, and do not cost jobs.

Inspections Might Not Be as Big a Burden as Many Believed --Read more about a new study that states there is "no evidence that [workplace safety] inspections lead to worse outcomes for employees or employers in terms of employment or company survival."

How to Get Your Employees to Wear Hearing Protection--Try out some suggestions in this article to get employees to wear hearing protection and implement a successful hearing conservation program.

Now Hear This! Preserve Employee Hearing and Save $$$--Read about several measurable indicators for hearing loss in order to avoid employee hearing loss and the inevitable costs.

Train Workers to Stay Safe Around Ammonia--Ammonia is an extremely hazardous chemical that is widely used in many industries. Learn more about ways to train workers who work around ammonia.

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