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Avetta Industry Watch – Week of July 18

Author: Pressroom

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  • OSHA: Protect workers from soaring temperatures – Loveland Magazine: This summer, temperatures are expected to climb well above the 90s – and even the 100s in some places. According to OSHA, the most common problem identified in heat-related deaths and illnesses of workers is the lack of heat prevention and acclimatization programs provided by employers.
  • Macy’s and the Finish Line Aren't Coming in First with OSHA – EHS Today: Due to Macy’s and The Finish Line repeatedly ignoring OSHA standards by not clearing clutter blocking exit routes and electrical disconnect switches, OSHA issued fines to both of the retailers. As OSHA’s area director in Fort Lauderdale explains, “Macy's continues to ignore OSHA standards and previously cited violations that relate to blocked emergency exits and access to electrical disconnect panels that puts employees at risk of serious injury or death.”
  • The Morning Risk Report: Rising Compliance Risks for Startups – The Wall Street Journal: As highlighted in this week’s “Morning Risk Report,” the European Union clears Airbus Group SE and Safran’s joint acquisition of Europe’s premier rocket-launch company Arianespace, a Boston-based federal jury finds two former senior officers at a Johnson & Johnson division guilty of illegally marketing a medical device, and more – catch up here.
  • Is Your Supply Chain Ready for More Extreme Rainfall, Flooding? – Spend Matters: Heatwaves, wildfires and flooding….oh my! All of these extreme weather events are oftentimes unexpected and unavoidable. However, such events could cause major disruptions to business and a company’s supply chain. What is your organization doing to prepare for extreme weather conditions? Do you have a plan in place? If so, we want to hear your plans.

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