Monthly Archives: July 2011

Accountable from Beginning to End: Transparency in Supply Chains

California, often known for its forward thinking, has done it again. A recent article posted in a business newspaper announced training for a new California law that would combat child labor and slavery. This law went under many people‚Äôs radar, … Continue reading

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Staying Safe in the Sun

        By Jessica Werder, Health & Safety Senior Program Manager, and Ayrianne Parks, Communications Director As many of us neared the end of our workweek last Friday, our thoughts turned to how we would stay cool throughout … Continue reading

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Effects of Prenatal Pesticide Exposure on Infant Health

By Doris Sempasa, AFOP Health & Safety Programs Intern A recent study of pesticide levels in newborn umbilical cord blood found that infants with higher levels of pesticides tended to weigh less at birth. The study also found that organochlorine … Continue reading

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