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The Chemical Safety and Drinking Water Protection Act of 2014 (S. 1961) would amend the Safe Drinking Water Act to require states to regulate chemical storage facilities.
To qualify for an AISC Safety Award, a plant or the reporting unit must report a minimum of 300 hours of work in each of the four quarters of a year.
The severe rigors of Winter 2013-14 will not soon be forgotten — recurring snow storms, stretches of harsh subzero temperatures, and a rock salt shortage.
Facility managers can glean energy efficiency and safety benefits from window film, if they choose the best type for their needs.
Tiered service plans aim to offer cost-effective maintenance and repair support for facility electrical distribution systems.
This small, addressable system features a touch screen display designed to simplify operation for facility managers as well as emergency first responders.
Housing a collection of fragile historical artifacts next to a busy railroad track calls for special protective measures. Vibrations must be kept to an absolute minimum.
The effective date is fast approaching for the new federal mandate for lead-free plumbing products. Decisions made now by facility managers about their plumbing systems can be impacted.
During the two-year agreement, the Alliance will develop fact sheets on the benefits of employers establishing an injury and illness prevention program, hazard identification and control topics that should be included in worker training, fall prevention and best practices for reporting near misses.
Two segments appeared on the science news show Daily Planet and provided an inside look at blast resistance and forced entry testing.