Health and Safety

Save the Date—Germ Busters: Ongoing Strategies for Clean & Healthy Facilities

Yet Again, Dollar General Cited for OSHA Violations

Since 2017, OSHA has identified similar violations by the discount retailer in more than 180 inspections nationwide.

Taking Steps to Prevent Norovirus Outbreaks

The highly contagious virus can be spread via infected persons, contaminated food or water, or contaminated surfaces.

Storm-Ravaged California Gets Federal Help

After three weeks of brutal weather, cleanup has begun in the state.

Flu Activity Remains High Heading Into 2023

The CDC continues to recommend vaccinations as flu season continues.

Untreated US Workplace Mental Health Costs $3.7 Trillion

Annual U.S. spending on mental health treatment is only 1.1% of what companies lose.

Gas Stove Ban ‘on the Table,’ Commissioner Says

Comments fuel debate over the efficiency and safety of natural gas versus electricity.

Chicago Tops Bed Bugs Cities List for Third Consecutive Year

The Windy City was followed by New York and Philadelphia in having the most bed bugs.

120,000+ Without Power Due to California Storms

Additional cyclonic storms are predicted to hit the state this week

Twitter Employees Suffering From Loss of Janitors

Office employees have resorted to bringing their own toilet paper to work.

Severe Water Shortage Plaguing Mississippi Hotels

Reducing Your Use of Rock Salt

Go greener with your snow and ice removal this winter with these simple tips.