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> OSHA on the ground helping workers and volunteers stay safe following Arkansas tornado
OSHA on the ground helping workers and volunteers stay safe following Arkansas tornado
(April 30, 2014)
Flag flying over debris in suburban area in Vilonia, Ark., where the majority of the fatalities occurred.
Volunteers working to clean up debris in Vilonia, Ark.
Home owners and volunteers sifting through debris in Vilonia, Ark.
Workers cleaning up debris in Vilonia, Ark.
Volunteers working around damaged vehicles among debris pushed to the side of the road in Vilonia, Ark.
OSHA's Little Rock Area Director, Carlos Reynolds distributing disaster relief safety and health quick cards and fact sheets.
Carlos Reynolds and a volunteer set up the safety and health quick cards and fact sheets, and put these items into food boxes for other volunteers when they pick up their food.
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