Labor Ledger

The Labor Ledger is a free bimonthly electronic newsletter that provides employers and employees with information about workplace safety and health, education and training, wage and hour laws, elevators, amusement rides, inspections and much more.

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2020 November-December Edition

Articles in this issue include: From Linthead to Queen, NC's Workplace Injury and Illness Rate Remains at a Historic Low, REDB Launches New Mediation Program.

2020 September-October Edition

Articles in this issue include: Archer Western Earns Carolina Building Star Designation; Businesses Participate in Safe + Sound Week; Mt. Olive Pickle Co. Maintains Carolina Star Designatiom; Poster Scammers Persistent, NCDOL Urges Businesses to Stay Vigilant; Safety Awards Highlights.

2020 July-August Edition

Articles in this issue include: Caterpillar Facility in Sanford Receives Fifth Carolina Star Recertification; Protect Workers From Heat Stress; 2020 OSHA Standards Books Available; Frequently Asked Questions: COVID-19; Notice of Public Hearing on Proposed Rule Changes

2020 May-June Edition

Articles in this issue include: Federal and State Agencies Provide Guidance for Working Safely During COVID-19 Pandemic; COVID-19 and the Retaliatory Employment Descrimination Act (REDA); Library Update; New Alpine Coaster Opens in Avery County; Pool Safety Hazard Alert Reminder

2020 March-April Edition

Articles in this issue include: Process for Obtaining Youth Employment Certificates Soon to Change; Safety Professionals Present Experience Rate Modifier Research; Four Growers Recognized at Annual Gold Star Growers Meeting

2020 January-February Edition

Articles in this issue include: Falls Lead Work-Related Fatal Incidents in Tar Heel State; Gov. Cooper Appoints Jennifer Haigwood as Chair of N.C. Human Trafficking Commission; HBCU/MSI Fellows From NCDOT Visit NCDOL