In our latest installment of Ask the Expert, brought to you by the team of industry experts at EHS Hero®, we look at a recent question from a subscriber asking whether OSHA requires employee training on evidence preservation following an accident. See what the experts had to say. Q: Is there an OSHA regulation that […]
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In our latest installment of Ask the Expert, brought to you by the team of industry experts at EHS Hero®, we look at a recent question from a subscriber asking how to implement a respiratory protection program. See what the experts had to say. Q: What are the steps to implement a respiratory protection program? […]
Just a quick reminder about upcoming free webinars this April, a benefit of being an EHS Daily Advisor subscriber. Here is a round-up of this month’s events.
In its spring 2016 regulatory agenda, the EPA set a December 2016 completion date for its final revisions of regulations implementing Clean Air Act (CAA) Section 112(r), the Risk Management Program (RMP). Since issuing the first RMP rule in 1996, the Agency has revised the requirements at least six times. But the most recent proposed […]
These key principles will help you ensure that your violence prevention policy is effective.
Have you taken a good look at your workplace emergency action plan lately? Maybe it’s time for a review. General Issues Does your emergency action plan: Consider all potential natural or man-made emergencies that could disrupt your workplace? Consider all potential internal sources of emergencies that could disrupt your workplace? Consider the impact of these […]
When flammable liquids are involved, the risks are high, and everyone needs to be trained to follow required safety procedures. According to the hazard communication standard (29 CFR 1910.1200), you must train employees who are or may be exposed to flammable liquids to work safely with these substances. Supervisors should also be trained to maintain […]
Does your safety management program meet all of the following criteria? It should.