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May 17, 2013
Safety Daily Advisor Week in Review—May 13, 2013, to May 17, 2013

This week, the Safety Daily Advisor discussed the hazards of working with nanomaterials and how to use medical surveillance to keep your employees safe; talked about creating injury and illness prevention plans and learning from accidents to improve safety; and gave some tips on preparing to conduct virtual training.

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Nanomaterial hazards and what to do about themOSHA has not issued regulations for most nanomaterials, but that doesn’t mean the agency is unconcerned about the hazards of working with these super tiny particles.

Medical surveillance: What are the basic requirements?Medical surveillance is a fundamental strategy for optimizing employee health, says OSHA, which is why it is required in a number of general industry standards and recommended in other cases, such as when employees work with nanomaterials.

I2P2: It’s on OSHA’s mind; is it on yours?Injury and illness prevention is always a big issue for safety professionals, especially when incidents result in days away from work. Many companies are responding with injury and illness prevention plans, also known as I2P2.

Learn from accidents, expert urgesAn accident or injury is an unwelcome event at any workplace. But organizations that take strategic steps can use information about the incident to prevent similar events in the future.

Prepare yourself for virtual learningIn last Friday’s Advisor, we looked at the need to prepare your employees for the virtual learning environment. In today’s Advisor, we look at the need to prepare yourself to train in the virtual learning environment.

BLR’s Safety Daily Advisor is a free, daily source of workplace safety tips, news, and advice.

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