OSHA’s silica rule is one of the biggest impact standards the agency has set in years. The rule significantly reduces the amount of silica dust that workers can be exposed to on the job. That means that employers will have to implement controls and work practices that reduce workers’ exposure to silica dust. Read More
The benefits of creating a proactive approach to Industrial Hygiene (IH) concerns goes beyond reactive assessments and lowering the incident/injury rate. In a proactive approach, IH professionals dedicate their time and energy into understanding and evaluating hazards and risks, and taking actions and assigning controls to prevent injuries and exposures. Read More
Spot coolers are the ideal remedy to keep your employees safe from the dangers of high temperatures this summer. The consequences of not adequately cooling your industrial facility are many; OSHA violations, heat related injuries to employees, lower employee productivity, lower production output, and costly equipment failure. Read More
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In response to the expanding recognition of the central role of biomonitoring in the assessment of environmental and occupational exposures, the ACGIH® Biological Exposure Indices (BEI®) Committee has developed a new Certificate Program. This course consists of three modules and a case study. Read More
Occupational noise exposures represent an important but under-recognized cause of disease and disability in the United States. Now titled as Audible Sound, the ACGIH® Threshold Limit Values for Physical Agents (TLV®-PA) Committee has proposed a revision to the TLV® for Noise. Read More