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If you ever had an odor or indoor air quality issue within your facility you can appreciate the difficultly in identifying the sources or causes and responding to questions from employees.

OSHA's Top Stories

Tuesday, December 5, 2017
OSHA's Top Stories


Winter weather. Plan. Equip. Train.
Chris Schneider

1Source Safety and Health, Inc. has been and continues to be committed to providing the highest level of expertise to our clients. We are pleased to announce that Michael Campagna has recently earned the certified industrial hygienist (CIH) designation by the American Board of Industrial Hygiene. We now have nine CIH’s on our staff as well as four certified safety professionals (CSP), in addition to a certified professional ergonomist, a certified safe patient handling professional and a certified hazardous materials manager.

Please feel free to e-mail me and we can set aside some time to discuss how 1Source Safety and Health can help you achieve your goals and more.

Chris Schneider, CIH, President

OSHA’s Top 10 Most Cited Violations For Fiscal Year 2017

OSHA’s Top 10 Most Cited Violations For Fiscal Year 2017

A new entry emerged in the Top 10 list of OSHA’s most frequently cited violations for fiscal year 2017, joining the ranks of a rarely altered field. Assessing the addition of Fall Protection – Training Requirements (1926.503) at No. 9, Patrick Kapust, deputy director of OSHA’s Directorate of Enforcement Programs, treated the matter with the same urgency reserved for the list’s usual suspects.

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OSHA Quick Takes

OSHA Quick Takes

Enforcement of OSHA’s respirable crystalline silica standard for construction went into effect on Sept. 23. The agency announced in a September 20 memorandum a 30-day enforcement phase-in to help employers comply with the new standard. Citations may be considered for employers not making any efforts to comply. For more information on silica hazards and OSHA’s standard, visit the Silica Final Rule webpage.

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