FDA Extends Compliance Date for Menu Labeling

Last month, the FDA extended the compliance date for its controversial menu-labeling rule from Dec. 1, 2015 to Dec. 1, 2016. The new requirements apply to restaurants and similar retail… Read More

The Effects of Fracking on Newborn Babies

A recent study by researchers at the Colorado School of Public Health, and published in Environmental Health Perspectives, examined the effects fracking on babies born near wells. Fracking, or hydraulic… Read More

Inquiry Roundup: Occupational Safety

Radiation Safety Need to have a trained radiation safety officer (RSO) inspect the old radiation units and determine if a source is still present View inquiry Demolition Safety I need… Read More

Inquiry Roundup – Fire and Safety Industry

Fire protection Scrapped iron pipeline that has to be cut and lifted from Indian oil corporation tuticorin,under the supervision of a fire officer View inquiry Fire Regulation Zambia What regulations… Read More

Only Two Passengers Lose Lives in Plane Crash: Luck or Refined Safety Features Proving Effective?

On July 6 the Asiana 777 crashed while landing in San Francisco. While many passengers incurred injuries, miraculously, there were only two casualties. Some aviation consultants maintain that the high… Read More

What To Expect From Gluten-Free Labels

Last week, the Food and Drug Administration defined 20 parts per million as the gluten limit found in products, which have the gluten-free label. The purpose of the new ruling… Read More

The Canary: Will New Home Security Device Take Off?

A new alarm system called the Canary uses features such as an HD camera with night vision and sensors that track temperature, humidity and air quality to protect homes. The… Read More

Aviation Experts Analyze The Shocking Survival Rate of the Asiana 777 Crash

Earlier this month, two passengers on the Asiana 777 lost their lives during a crash landing at San Francisco International Airport. Aviation consultants assert that the high survival rate can… Read More

How Texting Aliens Could Affect Humanity

Next week, a startup working in a new sub-field of space exploration called METI (messaging to extraterrestrial intelligence) will begin transmitting text messages and photos toward atmospheres thought to be… Read More

Whitey Bulger: Vigilante or Organized Criminal?

Whitey Bulger: a criminal formerly operating in South Boston or, as local myths suggest, local vigilante? Regardless, he was arrested in June 2011 at the age of 81, and last… Read More

Will We See More Self-driving Cars In The Near Future?

As Google is working on making its self-driving cars fully-automated, they haven’t fully adapted to the current infrastructure and traffic laws yet. Moreover, Google cars tend to be distracting for… Read More

Questioning The Feasibility and Safety Of The New Chinese High-Speed Rail Line

China has recently launched the world’s longest high-speed rail line, covering about 1,200 miles, with trains traveling 186 miles an hour from Beijing to Guangzhou, the main metropolis in southeastern China…. Read More

Seeking Experts to work on Safety Consulting Projects

  Retail Store Safety I’m looking for an expert witness for a slip and fall in a large retail store involving a group of unaccompanied children who put a slippery… Read More