Choosing the Right Respirator for Hurricane Cleanup Efforts

ST. PAUL, Minn. — The dangers of a hurricane are one thing. But, the hazards do not end there. The cleanup process can present its own problems. One of those concerns is often how to protect workers who need to find the right respiratory safeguards to help them during cleanup efforts. The following is a Q+A to help you select

Protecting Yourself Properly During Hurricane Cleanup

ST. PAUL, Minn. — Hurricane Andrew, Hurricane Katrina, Hurricane Harvey – these are just a few of the hurricanes in the last 30 years that have caused widespread damage. The wind, the water, the destruction, the displacement. It is one thing to survive a major weather event, it is quite another to then begin the process of cleaning up the

Need Help With Silica Regulations & Standards?

Check out our Complimentary Silica Regulation Online Resources ST. PAUL, Minn.— As you probably know by now in March 2016, OSHA launched the Respirable Crystalline Silica in Construction Regulation (29 CFR 1926.1153). The new regulation states that employers in the construction industry are expected to continue to take steps either to come into compliance with the new permissible exposure limit

Falling Objects: Protecting Your Workplace From Falling Tools

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there are more than 42,400 “struck by falling object” OSHA recordable incidents every year in the United States. By our estimate, that’s nearly 116 injuries caused by falling objects every day or one injury caused by a dropped object every 10 minutes. And this only accounts for OSHA recordable incidents; it does not

Beat the Heat: Identifying and Preventing Heat Stress

ST. PAUL, Minn. — Now that summer is in full swing, heat stress can be a major concern in workplace environments. It can potentially cause irritability, low morale, absenteeism, shortcuts in procedures and unsafe behavior according to NIOSH (National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health). In extreme cases, heat stress, in the form of heat stroke, can be extremely serious. Excessive

Earmuffs: A Key Component of a Hearing Conservation Program

ST. PAUL, Minn. — When you’re managing a hearing conservation program, choosing the right type of protection can help ensure your workers stay safe, comfortable and compliant. This means you have to consider a number of factors, including comfort, the level of noise workers are exposed to, equipment costs and even the level of training you’ll be able to offer. Regardless

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