NAOSH Week, big South Korea climate news, interesting data on American workers’ sleep habits and more on EHS This Week

This week we take a look at a variety of OSHA citations, the incoming onset of the biggest week in health and safety for the continent, NAOSH Week, significant climate legislation news out of South Korea — which seems to be following Mexico’s recent example — the Obama Administration’s new rules on gas fracking, and a whole lot more.

As mentioned, next week is NAOSH week and we will be doing our utmost to provide comprehensive coverage, given this is such a great opportunity to highlight the value of occupational health and safety across North America. It’s also particularly resonant, coming only days after both the International Day of Mourning for those injured or killed at the workplace (April 28) and International Workers’ Day last Monday.

As always, write us at or with any suggestions, comments, or ideas for future shows. We’ve loved your feedback so far, but please, if you are interested on coming on the show, please let us know. We would love to have more industry experts participate in the podcast and discuss how we can improve conditions for workers around the world.

Till, next week — and do remember we are having a mid-week podcast to recognize NAOSH week — enjoy the show!

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