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EHS on Tap Episode 16: Understanding the True Costs of Managing Stormwater

On this episode of EHS on Tap, we will discuss stormwater management and the costs associated with stormwater. We will also take a close look at the EPA’s recent Municipal Permit Remand Rule and the Construction General Permit and what these regulations mean for businesses, municipalities, and communities. Emily Remmel, JD, speaks with Seth Brown, […]

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The Case for Tethering Tools

By Nate Bohmbach, Associate Product Director, Ergodyne 247  people lost their lives due to a dropped object in 2015, but new standards are currently in the works to help guide efforts focused on preventing these tragic accidents.

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EHS on Tap Episode 15: Step to It – OSHA’s Walking Working Surfaces Rule

On this episode of EHS on Tap, we address the Occupational Health and Safety Administration’s recent rulemaking on walking working surfaces and how the rule aims to prevent slips, trips, and falls in the workplace. BLR Legal Editor Emily Remmel speaks with attorney Adele Abrams. Adele heads a nine-attorney firm that represents employers and contractors […]

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The 2017 Workplace Safety Puzzle

From 2015 to 2017, OSHA fines increased almost 80%, making the cost of noncompliance too expensive for most organizations to ignore. This new infographic, created for the 2017 Safety Summit, aims to help safety pros, like you, strengthen compliance, reduce costs, and improve operational efficiency. Understanding the Safety Puzzle The infographic reviews issues safety pros may face this year. […]

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EHS on Tap Episode 14: Hazardous Waste Generator Improvements Rule

On this episode of EHS on Tap, we will be taking a close look at the EPA’s recent rulemaking finalizing regulations on hazardous waste generators and whether the EPA’s proclamation that this rule makes the regulations more user-friendly, more understandable, and provides greater flexibility to the regulated community holds true. Legal editor, Emily Remmel speaks […]

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Be Prepared for The Worst Case Scenario – Workplace Violence

With workplace violence attacks becoming more prevalent in the US, organizations need to be prepared for worst-case scenarios. Attacks in the workplace average three deaths and up to 12 injuries per attack, and lawsuits average $500,000 with jury awards averaging $3 million. Worse yet, the loss of friends and colleagues in the workplace is devastating…and […]

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