Colin Fluxman


About Colin Fluxman

Colin has 40 years of experience in broadcast news, both in the USA and internationally. He worked for KTLA as a senior writer, with anchor Hal Fishman in the early 2000’s, and as a writer/anchor on KNX1070 news radio during the mid-to-late 2000’s, at a time when the Asian Tsunami hit the headlines. Since 2012 Colin has been a staff writer/narrator for Safety Unlimited working on a variety of projects.


Strategies for Preventing MSDs

Washington – The NIOSH Musculoskeletal Disorders Research Program has updated its guidance document on the formation and function of ergonomics programs. Intended for both workers and employers, Elements of Ergonomics Programs provides strategies for identifying and correcting ergonomic hazards, as well as references, forms and questionnaires. The document also offers a six-step Read the full article…


Safe Practices During Classroom Science Demonstrations

The U.S. Chemical Safety Board (CSB) has released a safety message reminding teachers, staff, and school administrators about the hazards of using flammable materials, such as methanol, during classroom science demonstrations. The newly released safety message features CSB Chairperson Vanessa Allen Sutherland and Board Member Kristen Kulinowski, who both emphasize Read the full article…


Study Finds “Disturbingly High” Unsafe Work Conditions

According to Safety and Health, nearly 55 percent of American workers claim they encounter “unpleasant and potentially hazardous” conditions on the job, according to a study from nonprofit research institute RAND Corp., Harvard Medical School and the University of California, Los Angeles. Using survey results from the American Working Conditions Survey, researchers Read the full article…


NIOSH’s N95 Respirator Day

Sept 5th is NIOSH’s N95 Day, highlighting N95 filtering facepiece respirator information. NIOSH estimates that every day over 20 million people are exposed to airborne health risks. Airborne disease can spread when an infected person coughs, sneezes, or talks, spewing nasal and throat secretions into the air. Certain viruses or Read the full article…