Enables scalable, remote monitoring solution to improve occupant safety
July 18, 2019
Bacharach, a leading provider of HVAC-R gas instrumentation and monitoring solutions, today introduced the new MVR-SC controller designed to seamlessly pair with MVR-300 refrigerant monitors to provide real-time status of refrigerant leaks throughout a facility.
The key functions of the MVR-SC include:
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After an anhydrous ammonia leak sent a Florida farm worker for medical treatment, OSHA investigators found multiple violations related to the hazardous material at his workplace.
The agency cited Duda Farm Fresh Foods Inc. – based in Belle Glade –for failing to:
OSHA’s recent enforcement actions against DDG Construction Services Inc. must have been like déjà vu all over again for the Charlotte, North Carolina-based company. The agency cited DDG for failing to provide workers with fall protection at a commercial building site in Springfield, Missouri – bringing the number of fall violations the company has been cited for since 2014 to 15. Proposed penalties for the latest round of citations: $98,693.
Industrial glove manufacturer Southern Glove, Inc. is now offering customized printing for its industrial leather gloves. “Imprinting leather gloves is an excellent way to enhance brand recognition for your company,” explained Brent Fidler, president and CEO of Southern Glove. “Our printing option creates the opportunity to add our customers’ logo, message, or image to further promote their brand.”
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
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