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5 Tips to Avoid Night Blindness

Night blindness can be caused by oncoming headlights or a health condition that causes poor vision in dim light. Night blindness can make driving difficult, but our tips can help.

2015 Fatal Occupational Injuries in Texas

In 2015, there were 527 fatal occupational injuries in Texas, a 1 percent decrease from 531 in 2014, according to data from the U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries. More information

Accident Prevention Reports Due April 1

Insurance companies with Texas workers’ compensation insurance policies effective in 2016 must file their DWC Form-109, Accident Prevention Services Annual Reports by April 1. The DWC Form-109 must be submitted by email to Contact DWC at 512-804-5020 for questions.

Traffic Safety Train-the-Trainer Workshops 

The National Safety Council’s Texas Employer Traffic Safety Program Our Driving Concern covers traffic safety topics that you can present to your employees.

Next workshop: February 7, Austin

Register, view schedule.

OSHA Rule on Walking/Working Surfaces

The final rule affects a wide range of workers, adds requirements for personal fall protection systems, and updates general industry standards addressing slip, trip, and fall hazards. 

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