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OSHA Update: What Will Impact Worker Safety In 2019?

Posted by Manufacturing Works on Jan 25, 2019 9:18:21 AM

The start of the year is a great time to get up-to-date on current OSHA rules and regulations. According to OSHA compliance officer, Peter "P.J." Grakauskas, Northeast Ohio Manufacturing companies should be aware of these Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) changes,

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Topics: Safety, OSHA

Congress is in Session-"Safety Congress" That Is!

Posted by Kristen Haning on Mar 16, 2017 8:00:00 AM

If you weren’t one of the 7,500 people who attended the Ohio Safety Congress this month you may not have heard the buzz surrounding safety changes under the new Trump Administration. Below is a rundown of some recent regulation changes and other safety updates to keep top of mind this month.

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Topics: Safety, OSHA, Safety Roundtable, Business Continuity, Spooner, Howie Eberts

OSHA's New Respirable Crystalline Dust Standard: What It Is and How It Affects You

Posted by August Mack Environmental, Inc. on May 19, 2016 1:12:35 PM

Why is OSHA publishing a new standard?

For managers with safety responsibilities, many things come to mind when the phrase “health hazard” is brought up. Many of us conjure up images of welding fumes, tobacco smoke, or maybe even exotic hazards such as radioactivity. However, health hazards extend far beyond our traditional ideas. One such innocuous health hazard, no less deadly than those previously mentioned, is Respirable Crystalline Silica. Entering the airways of workers by processes using sand, earth, and minerals, this form of microscopic dust is the cause of silicosis, which takes some 600 lives every year. In response, OSHA has issued a new standard for general industry to protect workers from the hazards of Respirable Crystalline Silica.

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Topics: Safety, Occupational Safety Rules, OSHA, August Mack Environmental, Inc.

Do I Need to Report That?

Posted by August Mack on Feb 10, 2016 11:12:41 AM

In case you missed the announcement, OSHA updated their recordkeeping rule. Last year you and your company may or may not have had to report, but things have changed and may affect you. While overall the recordkeeping rule is remaining the same, those that do and do not have to file has changed slightly. But before we get into the changes, let's take a step back and better understand the purpose of this OSHA rule. 

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Topics: Safety, OSHA, August Mack Environmental, Inc.

Where Manufacturers Go to Find Safety Advice and Training

Posted by Julie King on Aug 7, 2015 1:00:20 PM

Safety is serious business for manufacturers. From Personal Protective Equipment to OSHA record keeping, plant managers could use a full-time safety manager.

WIRE-Net’s preferred provider, Spooner Incorporated, offers a wide variety of safety services from training on safety issues, investigations of serious incidents, to creating written plans and representation at OSHA informal conferences.

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Topics: Manufacturing Events, Safety, OSHA, Cost-Saving Programs, Spooner Inc.

Why is an Environmental Audit Important to You?

Posted by Ed Callahan on Jul 7, 2015 10:35:00 AM

Why do companies conduct environmental audits? Simply stated because it’s the best way to specifically identify which environmental regulations apply to your facility, make sure you are in compliance with all of the requirements and avoid costly and unnecessary fines.

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Topics: Safety, OSHA, August Mack Environmental, Inc., Environmental Audit

Safety & Loss Control Updates: Get up to Speed for 2015

Posted by David Leff on Dec 19, 2014 9:00:00 AM

The New Year will soon arrive, and with it, the opportunity to get up-to-date on current rules and regulations. You should know these key safety topics, including the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Reporting Modifications, Global Harmonization Standard (GHS), and Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) rules.

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Topics: News, Business Success, Safety, Occupational Safety Rules, Oswald Companies, OSHA

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