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    Cal/OSHA Cites Aircraft Parts Manufacturer for Willfully Failing to Notify Workers of Their Exposures to Chromium-6

    Triumph Processing knew its workers had been exposed to high levels of chromium-6 at their facility but failed to notify or train them.

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    California Supreme Court Ruling on Right to Statewide Discovery

    In a blow to the defense bar, the California Supreme Court held that there is nothing unique about claims filed under the California Labor Code Private Attorneys General Act of 2004 (PAGA) that would justify restricting Scope of Discovery.

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    If You Miss Your Train, You Are Sure To Miss Your Exit

    Sometimes it is obvious that small events or actions will have an enormous impact on our lives. Often it is clear which path we are likely to follow if we take certain small actions that are entirely within our control.

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    Oil mist extracted from the hall and temperatures down in the machine and cooling tank

    Roughly 30% of CNC machining overhead is tied to usage of motors, pumps and fans, so most owners are interested in learning about new options that can help them reduce/control the 5% yearly forecasted increases in electrical usage, delivery & any associat

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    Data Lockout: How Long Can Your Manufacturing Operation Last?

    Ransomware is Trending. How long can your operation continue without access to your data?

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    Cleaner Air Solutions for Grinding Operations

    The units removed 100% of the particulate from the air down to 1 ?m before it enters a final-stage HEPA filter.

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