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Employer’s Guide to Personal Protective Equipment – Eye & Face Protection

Every year, thousands of workers are blinded by occupational injuries. The majority of these injuries are those that could have been prevented with proper eye and face protection. Businesses suffer costs of more than $300 million each year in lost production time,...

The OSHA Silica Standard is About to Get More Strict

OSHA’s medical surveillance requirements for employees exposed to respirable crystalline silica have been in effect since June 2018. Soon, they're about to get even more strict. Effective June 23, 2020, employers will be required to assess exposures for employees who...

Here’s the Final Rule on Chemical Incident Reporting 

On Feb. 5, the Chemical Safety Board (CSB) issued its long-anticipated final rule on chemical incident reporting. A prepublication version of the rule was posted on csb.gov, stating that owners or operators of chemical facilities must report to the agency within eight...

PA Company Cited For Toxic Hexavalent Chromium Exposure

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) cited a Camp Hill company for exposing workers to toxic chemicals and other various safety hazards. The hydraulic service & repair, machining, and chroming business now faces $280,874 in penalties. In all,...

OSHA Addresses Coronavirus & Employee Exposure

As reports of Coronavirus continue to dominate headlines, OSHA recently offered information on preventing exposure.  Coronavirus is a deadly respiratory illness linked to origins in a seafood and animal market in Wuhan, China, according to the CDC. Symptoms include...

Breaking Down the On-Site OSHA Inspection Process

OSHA’s authority covers more than 114 million workers across seven million worksites. One of the ways the agency accomplishes its mission -- to ensure the health and safety of workers -- is to conduct inspections of the most hazardous workplaces. The OSHA inspection...

OSHA Raises Health & Safety Penalties for 2020 

On Jan. 15, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) raised its civil health & safety penalties by about 1.8 percent. The final rule increases minimum and maximum financial penalties for workplace violations. This rate adjusts for inflation, as...

REMINDER: EINs & OSHA 300A Forms For 2020

For the entire month of January, OSHA has been tweeting out reminders for all employers -- subject to OSHA electronic reporting of injury and illness records -- that their OSHA 300A Annual Summary must be electronically filed by March 2, 2020. The requirement under...

Manufacturer Faces $171K Heavy Metal Exposure Fine

On Jan. 10, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) proposed $171,628 in penalties to an industrial valve manufacturing company based in Prairie du Sac, Wi for excessive heavy metal exposure. According to OSHA, the manufacturer exposed employees to...

EPA Evaluating NMP Chemical For Workplace Exposure Hazards

A chemical commonly found in paint strippers may pose “unreasonable risk” to some workers. N-methylpyrrolidone, also known as NMP, is currently under review by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to evaluate hazards. The EPA released a draft risk evaluation on...