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It would seem that everyone would like to work at Google. Google’s efforts to create the happiest place to work include more than complimentary gourmet meals, massages, “nap pods” and other lavish perks.
During a recent safety training session the subject of famous last words came up. The favorite last words turned out to be, “Hey! Watch this!”
People ask many questions when it comes to healthcare facilities. Hospitals and nursing homes are under scrutiny and many want to know, “How do they compare?”
Back injuries are common in many industries, and can be extremely debilitating. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there were 155,740 private industry back injury cases in 2015. That’s over 400 cases per day!
OSHA has updated their recordkeeping requirements for employers across many different industries in an effort to ensure the completeness and overall accuracy of injury and illness information.
In prior posts, we covered the new exposure limits for beryllium and the requirements for exposure assessment, work areas, written exposure control plan, engineering controls, respiratory protection and personal protective clothing and equipment. In...
This is the second post in a three-part series reviewing OSHA’s final rule for beryllium. In the first part of this series, we covered the exposure assessment, work areas, and written exposure control requirements. This post covers the respiratory p...
In January 2017, OSHA issued its final rule for beryllium. Standards were issued for the general industry (1910.1024), shipyard industry (1915.1024) and the construction industry (1926.1124).
The question arises from time to time about the need for acquiring and maintaining safety data sheets for household cleaning products such as Windex and Glass Plus.
There are multiple factors to consider when selecting the most appropriate foot protection. The goal is to make sure that your feet are comfortable, supported, and most importantly SAFE!
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