October 24th Webinar: An Apple a Day: Environmental Considerations for Healthcare Providers

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An Apple a Day: Environmental Considerations for Healthcare Providers
What You Need to Know About Silica: Part 2 - Marketing Department

There are certain health concerns related to when a person comes in contact with unsafe levels of silica. 


   Post Date: 9/12/2018

What You Need To Know About Silica: Part 1 - Marketing Department

Crystalline silica is a common mineral that is usually made of sand, stone, mortar as well as concrete and can have potentially fatal health consequences if the proper safety regulations are not followed. 


   Post Date: 9/6/2018

Trenching and Excavation - Identifying Potential Hazards to Prevent Collapses - Marketing Department

When OSHA announced its priority goals for 2018, reducing trenching and excavation fatalities by 10% was at the top of the list. Such fatalities were nearly double the average of the previous five years according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. While associations such as OSHA set standards and provide training, education, and assistance necesary to prevent these accidents, responsibility to follow steps that ensure protective systems are used falls on the employer.


   Post Date: 6/7/2018

Heat Illness Prevention - Structuring an Effective Training Program - Marketing Department

Illnesses and deaths caused by excess heat in workplace environments can be prevented by establishing necessary safeguards. These precautions are typically encompassed within an Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP), which is designed to help each business identify hazards to protect all of their employees in their unique workplace. 


   Post Date: 6/5/2018

Alternative Protection Measures - Increase Efficiency without Compromising Safety - Marketing Department

Alternative Protection Measure (APM) procedures are outlined in OSHA standard 29 CFR 1910.147 (also referred to as the "minor servicing exception") as tools that can “increase efficiency without compromising safety.” In order to know when and how these procedures can be operated, a thorough understanding of the latest OSHA and ANSI standards are essential.


   Post Date: 6/1/2018

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