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January 03, 2014
Safety Daily Advisor Week in Review—December 20, 2013, to January 3, 2014

This week, the Safety Daily Advisor discussed supervisors’ safety responsibilities and what happens when they violate OSHA standards; gave information on the Chemical Safety Board’s (CSB) recommendations for a combustible dust standard; and talked about youth mentoring programs in honor of National Mentoring Month.

Is my OSHA case hopeless when a supervisor violated the standards?Where do you stand legally when a supervisor is responsible for violating OSHA standards?

Supervisors’ safety responsibilitiesSupervisors play a key role in workplace safety. According to Oregon OSHA, supervisors have five main safety responsibilities. It identifies these in its Safety and the Supervisor training instruction guide.

Combustible dust standard is CSB’s first ‘Most Wanted Safety Improvement’As of now, now federal combustible dust rule has been released, but the CSB is taking steps to increase pressure on OSHA to issue one.

Youth mentoring programs: Part 1In this Advisor, we recognize National Mentoring Month with an article on youth mentoring from Dr. Susan Weisenberger, president of the Mentor Consulting Group in Norwalk, Connecticut, and an international expert on internal and external business mentoring and coaching programs.

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