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Newsletters

Campus Safety Newsletters are produced for distribution to campus employees as a way to keep them informed about a variety of health and safety issues. This newsletter can also help meet ODOL/PEOSH quarterly safety training requirements. Campus Safety Newsletters are produced quarterly.

The OSRHE Safety Newsletter is produced for distribution to campus safety coordinators and other safety professionals to convey details of regulations or specific information regarding health and safety programs for higher education facilities. This newsletter was produced monthly but is currently being issued as needed only.

Campus Safety Newsletters
What's Bugging You? (4/03-6/03) (RTF, 418m)
15-Passenger Van Safety (1/03-3/03) (RTF, 1m)
The Heat Is On! (4/02-6/02) (RTF, 450k)
Watch Your Back (1/02-3/02) (RTF, 2.3m)
Self Defense Tactics In The Summertime (7/01-9/01)
OSHA Revises Recordkeeping Regulations (4/01-6/01)
How Safe Are Sport-Utility Vehicles? (1/01-3/01)
Working Women Face High Risks From Work Stress (10/00-12/00)
Keep It Safe In The Summer (7/00-9/00)
Aggressive Driving (4/00-6/00)
Preparing for Winter (1/00-3/00)
Introduction to First Aid (10/99-12/99)
Working Safely Outdoors (7/99-9/99)
Heat Stress in the Work Environment (4/99-6/99)
Fire on Campus (1/99-3/99)
Bombs (10/98-12/98)

OSRHE Safety Newsletters
DOT Inspection Procedures (2/03) (RTF, 205k)
Ladder Safety (6/01)
No Evidence Back Belts Reduce Injury (5/01)
OSHA Revises Bloodborne Pathogen Standard (3/01)
New Drinking Water Standard for Arsenic (2/01)
OSHA Issues Ergonomics Standard (12/00)
Abrasive Wheel Grinder Safety (11/00)
Universities, Colleges and EPA Compliance (9/00)
Fire Prevention (8/00)
Keep Both Eyes On Safety (7/00)
Workplace Violence (5/00)
Management and Disposal of Lead Based Paint (4/00)
EPA Requirements for Servicing of Motor Vehicle Air Conditioners (3/00)
Respect The Power of Compressed Gas Cylinders (2/00)
EPA Storm Water Phase II (1/00)
Under Your Skin (12/99)
Don't Bypass Machine Safety (11/99)
Workers Comp on One Campus (10/99)
Catching the Millennium Bug (9/99)
Investigating Accidents (8/99)
Effective Workplace Inspections (7/99)
Responding to Workplace Emergencies (6/99)
Lab Safety on Campus (5/99)
Ergonomics in the Workplace (4/99)
Revised Powered Industrial Truck Standard (3/99)
Control of Hazardous Energy (2/99)
Statistics and People (1/99)