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Didn't wear your protective eye wear and got something in your eyes? This video discusses how an eyewash station works.
by Rasi SafetyTV
1.16.2017
8:12am
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The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency reported this week that thousands of industrial facilities nationwide trimmed their emissions of toxic chemicals by 56 percent between 2005 and 2015.
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1.16.2017
8:07am
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An Atlanta-based paper and plastic recycler faces more than $133,000 in penalties after Department of Labor investigators found workers exposed to fire, explosion and machine guarding hazards.
1.16.2017
7:48am
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The Sanimixer offers the same benefits as its bio-pharmaceutical cousin Sterimixer and is adapted to the unique requirements of the food and beverage industry.
1.16.2017
5:44am
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More than three dozen reported spills at an upstate New York chemical plant, all since workers went on strike in November, have state officials concerned about safety.
1.13.2017
10:06am
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In this episode of Manufacturing Minute, using an artificial leaf to harvest hydrogen fuel and what happens after we land on Mars.
by Abbey Dean
1.13.2017
8:27am
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The U.S. government accused Fiat Chrysler on Thursday of failing to disclose software in some of its pickups and SUVs with diesel engines that allows them to emit more pollution than allowed under the Clean Air Act.
by Tom Krisher and Michael Biesecker, Associated Press
1.13.2017
8:12am
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For the third time since the summer of 2015, a worker with a metal container manufacturer has suffered an amputation injury.
by OSHA
1.13.2017
7:26am
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Antony Corrie, president of worldwide sales at Harvard Technology, explains how new generation wireless lighting control systems and LED solutions are bringing substantial benefits to the industry.
by Antony Corrie
1.13.2017
7:25am
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Ford Motor Co. says a contract worker has died after falling from a crane at a Detroit-area plant.
by Associated Press
1.12.2017
10:18am
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On Wednesday, President-elect Donald Trump held his first full news conference since winning the 2016 general election in November. Here are some highlights from the Associated Press regarding Trump's comments about U.S. manufacturing.
by Associated Press
1.12.2017
9:44am
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Six people were injured during an explosion at a truck plant in southeastern Minnesota on Wednesday.
1.12.2017
9:30am
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A Georgia peanut processing company will pay more than $55,000 in overtime back wages to 46 employees after a U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) investigation.
1.12.2017
8:13am
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In 2016, 230,000 Americans worked in the solar industry. By 2020, this number is predicted to swell to more than 420,000 gainfully employed in harnessing and reusing the sun’s energy.
by Sally Murdoch
1.12.2017
7:59am
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Preliminary data released by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Mine Safety and Health Administration indicate that in 2016, 26 miners died in work-related accidents at the nation’s mines — down from 29 in 2015
by U.S. Department of Labor
1.12.2017
7:57am
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Six people were injured in an explosion at a coal-fired power station in Ohio on Tuesday.
1.11.2017
10:12am
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Hundreds of people flocked to Concord on Tuesday to testify, cheer and boo as they debated the merits of right-to-work legislation during the session's first public hearing on the topic.
by Kathleen Ronayne, Associated Press
1.11.2017
9:20am
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Kinedyne LLC, a manufacturer and distributor of cargo control products for the transportation industry, announced that it is close to completing a major relocation, consolidation and expansion effort designed to make the company more efficient,...
by Kinedyne
1.11.2017
8:22am
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Based on the experience of a team that has completed many assessments of industrial plants and facilities, here are seven potential pitfalls to look out for in planning and organizing an assessment of your operation.
by Catherine Marshall
1.11.2017
8:18am
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In an effort to take advantage of production capacities, Titan International will relocate key wheel production from its Saltville, VA manufacturing facility to its North American wheel division headquarters in Quincy, IL. 
by Titan International, Inc.
1.11.2017
8:04am
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Federal safety inspectors found multiple woodworking machines at a Wisconsin lumber company lacked adequate safeguards and workers weren't properly trained in isolating energy to machines to prevent contact with operating parts during set-up, servicing...
by OSHA
1.11.2017
7:12am
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Union officials representing hundreds of striking employees of an upstate New York chemical plant are expected to resume talks with the company in an effort to end the nine-week-old strike.
by Associated Press
1.10.2017
10:10am
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In this episode of Manufacturing Minute, analyzing the world around us with a smartphone and electrical wires made from diamond bits.
by Rachelle Blair-Frasier
1.10.2017
9:45am
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About 4.3 million American workers were affected by a recent increase in the minimum wage across 19 states.
by Niall McCarthy
1.10.2017
8:07am
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A long-awaited rule to limit workers’ exposure to beryllium — a substance known to cause cancer — has been finalized by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration.
1.10.2017
8:00am
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Lex West, a subsidiary of The Lex Group, celebrates its five-year anniversary supporting the explosive growth in the solar industry by providing its flat rolled steel products to commercial solar panel manufacturers.
by The Lex Group
1.10.2017
7:54am
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The U.S. manufacturing sector finished 2016 with better hiring numbers but lost jobs overall during the course of the year.
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1.9.2017
10:17am
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Fiat Chrysler announced Sunday plans to spend $1 billion in U.S. manufacturing. The move includes modernizing factories in Warren, MI and Toledo, Ohio as well as adding 2,000 new jobs.
1.9.2017
9:40am
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A beef jerky plant employee was fired two days after attempting to call 911 when a co-worker severed their thumb. Now, the manufacturer is being sued.
1.9.2017
8:14am
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Computers are costing jobs in industrial facilities... Desktop computers can’t be used in industrial settings... In an age where computer use is crucial to the industrial sector, establishing fact from fiction will be pivotal when it comes to your...
by Daniel Waldron
1.9.2017
7:37am
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The training curriculum covers manufacturing, distribution, and energy industries in a set of 11 industry-specific courses, as well as a foundation course on industry fundamentals.
by Cambashi
1.9.2017
7:24am
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The U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration has proposed penalties of $274,934 to a New Philadelphia plastics manufacturer after its investigation of a second debilitating injury suffered by an employee in less than 18...
by OSHA
1.9.2017
7:08am
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Orders to U.S. factories fell for the first time in five months in November, but much of the weakness reflected a swing in the volatile category of commercial aircraft.
by Martin Crutsinger, Associated Press Economics Writer
1.6.2017
2:38pm
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In this video by the Manufacturing Institute, several women veterans discuss the transition to careers in manufacturing.
by Manufacturing Institute
1.6.2017
8:27am
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Finding appealing ways to keep workers aware of safety can be difficult. But Grainger has stepped up to the challenge with a line of vintage-inspired workplace safety posters. 
1.6.2017
8:12am
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Stanley Black & Decker plans to produce more Craftsman tools in the U.S. after acquiring the brand from Sears Holdings.
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1.6.2017
7:57am
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For the second time in less than two months, federal safety and health inspectors found an employee at one of world's leading commercial laundry equipment manufacturers suffered an amputation injury because a machine lacked adequate safety guarding.
by OSHA
1.6.2017
7:51am
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Mencom’s T-Type Hygienic rectangular connectors are designed for installation on the food industry machines and systems. By using a unique molding technology, these enclosures have achieved a structurally solid and robust construction needed in the food...
1.6.2017
7:46am
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University of Nebraska to Use LENS Hybrid 3D Printer to Further Industry Driven Research in Medical Devices, Heavy Equipment and Aeronautics.
by Optomec
1.5.2017
3:11pm
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In this episode of Manufacturing Minute, Volkswagen’s Dynamic Road Sign Display and a robotic mech suit.
by Rachelle Blair-Frasier
1.5.2017
10:25am
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