OSHA is updating the references in its regulations to reflect more recent editions of the applicable national consensus standards that incorporate advances in technology.
As parents start getting school supplies and back-to-school outfits together for their children, and administrators get their schools ready for the new year to come, NADCA reminds parents and educators of the importance of indoor air quality to student and employee performance in schools.
ShieldMark’s glow-in-the-dark tape is three times brighter than its previous version.
D.D. Williamson and Co. and First Chemical Corp. have agreed in separate settlements to pay a combined total of $1,331,000 in civil penalties and to implement corrective measures to settle Clean Air Act claims resulting from a 2003 explosion at D.D. Williamson’s Kentucky plant and a 2002 explosion at First Chemical’s Mississippi plant.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has proposed a new rule that would make deicing practices on aircraft and at airport runways more environmentally friendly while maintaining operational safety.
The program establishes policies and procedures for inspecting workplaces that are covered by OSHA’s process safety management (PSM) standard.
A just released survey sponsored by IREM sought to identify current and emerging legal/liability issues impacting real estate management professionals.
The Summer of Safety LiftPod Giveaway, which began on July 1 and will run through August 31, 2009, is open to those who require elevation platforms or ladders to do their jobs.
Ferraz Shawmut challenges industry members to test their knowledge.
Wausau Window and Wall Systems has introduced a line of blast hazard mitigation products.