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Intel Brief – July 2015

OSHA finds workers again exposed to safety and health hazards at Camden, New Jersey, warehouse. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration cited Camden-based Magnetic Metals Corp., with 15 violations that involve not placing devices on machinery to prevent the sudden startup or movement of equipment during service and maintenance. Proposed penalties total $53,900. ……………………………………………………………………….. Suspect […]

Intel Brief – June 2015

California governor orders aggressive greenhouse gas cuts by 2030. The governor of California issued an executive order April 29 to cut greenhouse gas emissions 40 percent in the state by 2030 in order to help address the growing threat of climate change. The order will require reductions of heat-trapping greenhouse gases from sectors including agriculture, […]

Intel Brief May 2015

Water main break closes lanes of Richmond Highway. A 14-inch water main break at U.S. Route 1/Richmond Highway and Wyngate Court in the Woodlawn area of Fairfax County closed the highway in both directions for three hours April 7 before one lane of traffic was reopened in each direction. Crews cut off water service in […]

Intel Brief

North Texas Municipal Water District to dredge reservoir. Leaders of the North Texas Municipal Water District, that serves about 1.6 million customers near Dallas, issued approval for dredging to begin in two areas of Lavon Lake to help increase water deliveries by 7.2 million gallons daily. A water district spokeswoman announced that five years of […]

Intel Briefing – February 2015

Northwestern Memorial apologizes for stolen laptop with patient data. Chicago-based Northwestern Memorial Healthcare notified 3,000 patients December 19 of an October 21 theft of a password-protected, unencrypted laptop that was stolen from an employee’s vehicle and contained patients’ personal information, including Social Security numbers. The health care system took steps to enhance security in order […]