June 22, 2004

Weblog news roundup

The Weekly Toll - In his Father's Day post, Jordan Barab at Confined Space recounts last week's workplace deaths, noting the children who must grow up without fathers and the fathers who must bury their sons. It should serve as a sobering reminder to all of us who work in this business what our work is really all about: keeping workers safe on the job.

Summer Electrical Safety Tips for Kids - these are good rules for kids of all ages, actually. Thanks to rawblogXport for the pointer.

Michigan Comp Law features a recent post on the cost of workers comp claims in Iraq. We've been meaning to post on this topic too, perhaps we'll add to the discussion later this week.

Tom Peters has a weblog. Welcome to the "blogosphere," Tom.

Green Slime Syndrome - The Onion reports on this alarming work hazard. Thanks to Medpundit. ;-)

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