Slow pace for foodborne illness outbreaks continues in 1st quarter
The relatively slow pace for foodborne illness outbreaks is continuing in the first quarter, much as it did this past year during the COVID-19 pandemic.... Read more.
From safety of Taiwan, new magazine reaches out to HK diaspora
TAIPEI • A new magazine in support of Hong Kong's struggle for democracy is reaching out to the diaspora and those still living in the former British colony, offering unvarnished commentary from the safety of Taiwan where it is published.. Read more at straitstimes.com.... Read more.
Orange County Citizens Safety Task Force makes 20 recommendations to curb violence
After months of discussions and listening, the Citizens Safety Task Force has its recommendations for change in Orange County.... Read more.
Murder Victims' Families Push for Senior Safety Reforms - NBC 5 Dallas
United by grief, the families of several North Texas women found murdered in their homes, have formed a group to advocate for senior safety.... Read more.
Coal Mine Safety Regulators Issue COVID Protection Guidelines, But No Regulations
The Labor Dept. issued new guidance intended to keep coal miners safe from coronavirus, but stopped short of the regulations unions wanted.... Read more.
Workers will face ongoing safety measures when returning to the office | Video
Workers will face ongoing safety measures when returning to the office | Video - NJ Spotlight... Read more.
PM Modi wishes CISF personnel on Raising Day, lauds their role in India's safety
PM Modi wishes CISF personnel on Raising Day, lauds their role in India's safety... Read more.
Nuclear safety bolstered since Fukushima accident, says Grossi : Regulation & Safety
The March 2011 accident at Japan's Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant "galvanised the international community," International Atomic Energy Agency Director General Rafael Mariano Grossi said today. He outlined the work the IAEA and its Member States have done to strengthen nuclear safety in the ten years since the accident.... Read more.
Schools To Continue Covid - 19 Safety Measures - Northwest Arkansas Democrat
LINCOLN -- Farmington, Lincoln and Prairie Grove school districts will continue to stay the course when it comes to following safety protocols for covid-19, despite Gov. Asa Hutchinson's recent announcement that some of the state's emergency directives now will be considered as recommended guidelines, not requirements.... Read more.
Boston Celtics' Romeo Langford enters NBA health and safety protocols
The second-year wing was set to practice with the team on Wednesday afternoon before entering protocol.... Read more.
Granby fire chief offers safety tips for brush fire season
We've been enjoying much warmer weather this week but with higher temperatures comes a higher chance for brush fires.... Read more.
Rachel Brosnahan takes COVID safety measures in HEPA FILTER umbrella to film Mrs. Maisel in New York
The actress looked ready for filming while wearing a teal skirt with a matching peplum top ahead of filming the fourth season of her award-winning Amazon show, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.... Read more.
Instructors ready for start of in - person hunter safety classes
Instructors ready for start of in - person hunter safety classes... Read more.
Kalamazoo Public Safety now accepting applications for new officers
Kalamazoo Public Safety now accepting applications for new officers - Fox17... Read more.
Five Raptors out Thursday vs. Hawks due to health and safety protocols
The Toronto Raptors will be without OG Anunoby, Malachi Flynn, Patrick McCaw, Pascal Siakam and Fred VanVleet in their first game back after the all-star break.... Read more.
Bluebird bio upgraded to buy at Mizuho on safety update
Bluebird bio upgraded to buy at Mizuho on safety update... Read more.
East Lansing community leaders urge residents to follow COVID safety measures
With the Big Ten Tournament coming up, many community leaders want residents to be aware of COVID-19 safety measures.... Read more.
NYSUT pushes safety measures to get kids back in school
The state continues to tackle the weighty task of getting millions of New Yorkers vaccinated against COVID-19. The number of doses administered grew from 1.7M at the beginning of February to 5.6M doses as of March 9.... Read more.
Congress adds $50 million for safety checks on toys, imports after USA TODAY exposed COVID - 19 lapses
The COVID-19 relief bill includes $50 million to address safety lapses at the consumer agency that inspects imports for lead and other dangers.... Read more.