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Safety Round The Globe

Fishing industry pushes for safety exams every 2 years

October 12, 2015

27th September, 2015. The Coast Guard will require commercial fishing vessels to undergo dockside safety examinations only once every five years, a move that North Pacific industry officials are protesting as far too infrequent. The industry officials want the exams, which become mandatory Oct. 15, to be required every two years so that the Coast […]

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Delhi will record world’s largest number of premature deaths due to air pollution

October 12, 2015

17th September, 2015 In another 10 years, Delhi will record the world’s largest number of premature deaths due to air pollution among all mega cities in the world. By 2025, nearly 32,000 people in Delhi will die solely due to inhaling polluted air. However it will be another Indian city – Kolkata that will record […]

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Saudi Arabia under pressure to improve safety at Mecca after fatal Hajj crush

October 12, 2015

25th September 2015 Thousands of Iranian worshippers have marched in Tehran to protest at Saudi Arabia’s handling of the hajj pilgrimage, adding to growing pressure on the kingdom from within the Islamic world in the wake of death of at least 717 people in a crush outside Mecca. The Iranian demonstrators carried black banners and […]

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Virginia Shooting Spotlights Riddle of Workplace Safety

September 15, 2015

27 Aug. 2015 The problems were flagrant, and his boss began to document them, only months after Vester Lee Flanagan II started working as a reporter at television station WDBJ in Roanoke, Va. He had a “heated confrontation” with another reporter inside a station truck, according to a memo from the news director. He ripped […]

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More push against plane noise, pollution

June 17, 2015

May 21, 2015 Members of the anti-plane noise group Queens Quiet Skies gathered almost 200 new supporters within a couple of hours — the most in any one day, members said while manning a booth at the Jackson Heights Greenmarket Sunday. “A lot of people are thinking of moving,” said member Brian Will, who said […]

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Workers around the globe demand Lafarge and Holcim improve occupational safety

May 18, 2015

28 April 2015 The two cement giants have announced a mega-merger to be completed by mid 2015. As main shareholders of the colossal cement company are likely to start counting profit margins the rights of the workers, who create these profits, are disregarded. The death toll is unjustifiably high. Both Lafarge and Holcim must address […]

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Corpse of Stowaway Evacuated From Lagos Airport

April 22, 2015

The Federal Airport Authority of Nigerian (FAAN), Saturday, evacuated the body of a suspected stowaway, who died at the undercarriage compartment of an Arik Air plane – airbus A345, Reg CS-TFX at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos . General Manager, Public Affairs for FAAN, Yakubu Dati told newsmen that the corpse, which is yet […]

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Liverpool airport passengers’ safety put in jeopardy by scourge of laser pen yobs

January 8, 2015

  Liverpool airline passengers’ lives are being put at risk by yobs shining blinding lasers into the eyes of pilots as they try to land. Flight captains have reported nearly 100 incidents in the past two years where cockpits have been dazzled with intense light as planes make their final approach into John Lennon airport. […]

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Three Air-Bag Accidents at Boeing Plant Lead to Extra Safety Measures

January 8, 2015

Workers at planemaker Boeing’s Everett plant near Seattle are following extra safety measures after three air bag-related accidents, including the death of a technician last month, the company said on Friday. No one was seriously hurt when an air bag deployed on Dec. 13 as a seat supplier technician was working on a Zodiac Aerospace […]

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Safety warning for drones given as Christmas gifts

January 8, 2015

Britons given drones for Christmas have been warned they could face prosecution for flying them dangerously.The gadgets have been one of this year’s must-have gifts, prompting the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) to highlight strict rules that recreational users must follow after they were involved in a number of incidents and near-misses.Fears that unmanned aircraft could […]

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