In response to the Needlestick Prevention Act of 2001, OSHA has updated standards to reflect changes in needle less systems and injury protection technology. They have also updated standards for logging injuries and Exposure Control Plans, which are designed to minimize employee expose to sharps in the workplace. OSHA also requires that personal protection be used, which is commonly available as facemasks, eye shields, and protective gloves..
More than 300 of the drinks have been served since the smoking ban started on July 1. However, not everyone is ecstatic at the thought. Anti smoking champions and the medical establishment worry that there is no way to know how much nicotine is in the drinks and fear it could be a dangerous concoction..
How many times have you received an “update your account” email from paypal, a bank or ebay? How many times have you received a “warning message”? Maybe it didn look suspicious to you as it came from an institution you work with, but was it really that way? This kind of emails is referred to as “phishing scam”. There is not much you can do when this happens. Just don click on any links in that email, don give away any confidential information such as social security number, bank account or credit card number.
“I am proud to stand in solidarity with our southern relations, the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe and all other Tribes, in opposition to the encroachment of the proposed Dakota Access Pipeline on their homelands. We recognize that the construction and operation of this pipeline threatens their vital supplies of water as well as sites of great historic, spiritual and cultural significance in the ancestral lands of the Sioux Nation. We support the rights and responsibility of all Tribes to protect their territory, and we stand in unity in peace and prayer to oppose a project that could have irreversible impacts to their lands and scared sites.
It was only a short time ago that the idea of going online, checking a book out and having it download to your personal device was something out of a science fiction movie, but in 2011 Placer County Library joined NorthNet Library System Library To Go consortium that made this a reality for Placer County Library card holders. In 2013, the library received a $20,000 Clean Air Grant from Placer County Air Pollution Control to purchase more e materials and the library has been steadily adding to its digital collection since then. By the end of 2018 the library is on track to have 10 to 15 percent of its total holding to be in digital format, according to Mary George, director of library services..