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Quaker Chemical Spotlights its Fire Resistant Hydraulic Fluids, Specialty Grease Solutions, and Industry Speakers

04 May 2015 - In high temperature environments, such as steel mills, fires can spontaneously happen with an increased frequency due to the widespread use of highly flammable mineral-oil based products.

Steel Safety Day 2015 – Lock Safety In!

28 Apr 2015 - Today, the steel industry marks the second Steel Safety Day. Established in 2014, the initiative encourages steel companies around the world to participate in the industry-wide safety audits on the five most common causes of injury in the steel industry.

AK Steel's Zanesville Works Recognized for Outstanding Safety Performance

01 Apr 2015 - AK Steel's Zanesville (Ohio) Works has been recognized for outstanding safety performance by the Ohio Bureau of Workers' Compensation, Division of Safety and Hygiene.

U. S. Steel Issues Statement Regarding OSHA Citations

25 Mar 2015 - United States Steel Corporation issued the following statement in response to recent Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) citations.

OSHA Finds Serious Safety Violations at Atlas Metal & Iron

11 Mar 2015 - The death of a 52-year-old man, killed when a scrap metal baler started while he worked inside, could have been averted if his employer, Atlas Metal & Iron Corp., had made sure the machine was shut down properly, the U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has determined.

World Steel Association Makes Steel Safety Day an Annual Event

10 Mar 2015 - The World Steel Association (worldsteel) announced the launch of the second annual Steel Safety Day.

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