Risk Communication is Not Just for Disasters

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By Dave Johnson, Phylmar newsletter editor

What do you think of when you hear the words “risk communication”?

Most likely disasters, crises, emergencies, large-scale losses or threats to public health and safety that receive heavy media attention and can damage corporate credibility and reputations.

Bhopal. Exxon Valdez. Deepwater Horizon. Tylenol poisonings. Love Canal. Chernobyl. Three …

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California- the first state to mandate workplace violence prevention plans for general industry

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California has become the first state to require private industry businesses to develop a comprehensive workplace violence prevention plan.

Governor Gavin Newsom signed Senate Bill 553 into law on September 20, 2023. Employers must implement plans and comply with the law by July 1, 2024. Places of employment not open to the public and with …

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Phylmar Short Episode 2: The Connection Between Risk Factors at Work and Cardiovascular Diseases

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In this second installment of Phylmar Shorts, Mark quickly addresses the connection between psychosocial risk factors at work and cardiovascular diseases. Here is the paper that Mark refers to in this Short: Thanks for tuning in, and contact to inquire about joining the Phylmar Group.…

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February 2023 FedOSHA News

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The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (FedOSHA) is moving forward with its 2023 Regulatory Agenda and initiatives. The Agency continues to release information and details that outline its alignment with the Biden Administration’s goals and priorities.

Regulatory Agenda

Heat Illness Prevention continues to be a focus for the Agency and Administration. In addition, Workplace …

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