3E Company Introduces Global Chemical Incident Response Hotline Service Service offers single point-of-contact for reliable 24-7-365 international hotline infrastructure to aid chemical product stewardship Monday, March 23, 2009 – 3E Company®, the leading provider of environmental health and safety (EH&S) compliance and information management services, today announced the availability of its new Global Chemical Incident […]
OSHA regulations require companies to provide free medical surveillance for employees with symptoms of excessive hexavalent chromium chemical exposure. A recent fine issued by the agency sends a message: When OSHA says free, it means at no cost to the employees.
Emergency Spill Kits Include Post-Cleanup Surface Treatment Oil Eater has introduced emergency spill kits designed to contain and clean up hazardous spills as required by OSHA and the EPA. The all-in-one professional grade kits include a 5-gallon pail of Oil Eater cleaner/degreaser for cleaning surfaces after absorption of a spill. Kits are available in both 65-gallon […]
Safety videos without blood: Will they work?
A fan sued after slipping and falling on ice cream and peanut shells at a Los Angeles Dodgers game. The Dodgers argued they didn’t have a chance to clean up the slip hazard. What did the appeals court say?
You’ve probably heard lots of “rules of thumb” about workplace safety. But are they really true? This article will look at three of them.
These little varmints can cause a lot of building damage if left uncontrolled. So which U.S. cities have the most rats?
Wal-Mart is in trouble with OSHA again after violating a corporate-wide safety agreement from 2013. The recent violations are from a store in Pensacola, FL.
Employees at this facility faced exposure to blood and other potentially infectious bodily fluids.
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