In Kansas, Nebraska, and Missouri, OSHA is launching a local emphasis program for industries that use hazardous chemicals. Check out the article to learn more about this enforcement strategy and what it means for you.
On October 24, OSHA announced two new tools designed to help employers protect their workers from exposure to hazardous chemicals. Check out the article for a closer look at the first of OSHA’s new tools, an online guide titled Transitioning to Safer Chemicals: A Toolkit for Employers and Workers.
OSHA cited six different employers at a power plant construction site with a total of 31 violations and $280,000 in combined fines. Check out the article to learn how to avoid making the same mistakes by ensuring that all contractors are on the same page when it comes to safety.
In Dallas, OSHA has formed a region-wide alliance with the Association of Energy Service Companies (AESC) aimed at protecting workers in the oil and gas well industry. Check out the article to learn what hazards workers in this industry face and how you can help keep them safe.