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EPA Expands Air Sensor Toolbox, Improves Monitoring

On July 27, Congressman A. Donald McEachin introduced the Technology Assessment for Air Quality Management Act, to authorize $55 million for the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to expand its online air sensor toolbox and improve upon its monitoring capabilities....

What you need to know about occupational asthma

Asthma is both incurable and deadly. The chronic, long-term respiratory condition narrows the lung's airways by swelling them up and, in some cases, producing extra mucus. That narrowing creates breathing difficulties which, sometimes, can be life-threatening. With no...

EPA Issues Final Rule for Toxic Substances

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has issued a final rule that amends the regulations governing new uses of chemical substances, hazard communication, regulatory framework, and reporting in order to ensure that workers “have access to clear and consistent...

OSHA Seeks to Revise Occupational Lead Exposure Standard 

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is seeking comments on a proposed rule to revise the agency’s standards on occupational lead exposure in both general industry and construction. An advanced notice of proposed rulemaking (ANPRM) was published in...

Concentra, TridentCare partner with Worksite Medical

More reach. Better results. In April, Worksite Medical partnered with the largest occupational medicine provider, Concentra. Then, in June, TridentCare and Worksite Medical joined forces. The partnerships both offer expansion. Concentra may now provide its...

This New Bill Would Expand Workers’ Compensation Treatment Access 

On June 7, the U.S. House of Representatives passed a bill that would expand the ability of different medical professionals to treat employees under the Federal Workers’ Compensation Program. Rep. Joe Courtney (D-CT) introduced The Improving Access to Workers’...

Temporary Stay of EPA Rule Rolls Back Farmer Pesticide Protections

The U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York has voted to temporarily pause the final rule for farmer pesticide protections from the Environmental Protection Agency. This rule, which would revise the pesticide application exclusion zone requirement in...

This Age Group is at Higher Risk for Workplace Cancer, Study Says 

Young workers in construction and other outdoor industries may be at a higher risk for workplace cancer from increased carcinogen exposures on the job, according to new data from Canadian researchers. Workers aged 25 years and younger are already at an increased risk...

What’s Required For Your Workplace First Aid Kit?

Did you know that the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has a medical services and first aid kit standard? It states that first aid should be used in the absence of an infirmary, clinic or hospital in near proximity to the workplace. And, adequate...

Hearing Loss: The Most Common Occupational Illness in Manufacturing

If you work in manufacturing, you know that there’s rarely a quiet day on the job. In fact, aside from the spike of COVID-19 in 2020, hearing loss has historically been the most recorded occupational illness in manufacturing. In 2019, the Bureau of Labor Statistics...