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Analysis: Pandemic increases distracted driving from truck drivers

Aaron Huff| @AaronHuffCCJ| June 26, 2020 Vehicle mileage fell sharply during the coronavirus lockdown but is returning to pre-pandemic levels. Along with the swing in mileages comes new driver safety risks, including speeding and driver distraction from mobile devices among carriers’ chief concerns. By tracking [...]

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Protecting Employees Against Hydrogen Sulfide Worksite Hazards

 Chris Detillier  June 11, 2020 June is National Safety Month, which the National Safety Council says “focuses on saving lives and preventing injuries, from the workplace to anyplace.” Organizations can observe the occasion by addressing both everyday safety issues, as well as lesser-known dangers. Although [...]

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Here’s what employers can and can’t do when they take your temperature in return to work

PUBLISHED FRI, MAY 29 202010:04 AM EDT UPDATED FRI, MAY 29 202012:45 PM EDT Mike Juang @MIKEJUANGNEWS KEY POINTS The CDC released specific guidelines this week for what a return to office buildings should look like, including temperature checks, mandatory masks, distant desks, and closing [...]

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Modernizing research administration solutions to improve response for future crises

By Matt McLellan, CEO Cayuse and Thomas Piechota, VP of Research, Chapman University As research groups work vigorously to continue to understand COVID-19 and develop a potential vaccine, inefficient research administration systems can lead to costly delays in securing and managing funding and allowing researchers [...]

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