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F. Marie Athey, OHST has been with OSHAcampus.com since 2012 as the company's Occupational Health and Safety Technologist. As our OSHA Outreach instructor, Marie is in charge of designing the coursework, answer student inquiries, and teaching 10 or 30-hour Outreach Training Classes for General Industries and Construction Safety. Her teaching credits also include being an instructor for First Aid/CPR/AED and HAZWOPER. She is also an esteemed speaker and presenter for Risk Management seminars and conferences for a wide range of industries.

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The 2015 National Safety Survey Results Are In

The 2015 National Safety Survey Results Are In

F Marie Athey OHST November 12, 2015 0

Workplace safety always deserves special attention. Are your safety priorities in line with current trends and developments? Don’t worry. The results of this year’s National Safety Survey can give you a better perspective about

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Be Prepared and Informed: Occupational Fire Safety

Be Prepared and Informed: Occupational Fire Safety

F Marie Athey OHST November 5, 2015 0

Being aware of the fire hazards at work is a year-round affair. So even if the month-long fire prevention campaign has ended, workers and employers must consistently prepare and protect themselves from fire-related accidents

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3 Things to Know About OSHA’s New Rule for Confined Space Entry

3 Things to Know About OSHA’s New Rule for Confined Space Entry

F Marie Athey OHST October 5, 2015 0

In another move to protect construction employees who are working in confined spaces, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) issued Subpart AA of 29 CFR 1926. Find out what confined spaces in construction

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Construction Industry and the Fatal Four

Construction Industry and the Fatal Four

F Marie Athey OHST October 5, 2015 0

Are you ready to address the associated hazards of construction work? 360training.com takes a closer look at the four leading causes of worker fatalities in the construction industry. Check out this month’s infographic for

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Keeping Employees Safe from the Hidden Hazards of Asbestos

Keeping Employees Safe from the Hidden Hazards of Asbestos

F Marie Athey OHST September 1, 2015 0

One of the best ways to ensure that your business continues to run smoothly is by putting employee safety on top of the priority list. This is especially the case if the job involves

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5 Crucial Differences that You Need to Know About  the New Standard for Confined Spaces in Construction

5 Crucial Differences that You Need to Know About the New Standard for Confined Spaces in Construction

F Marie Athey OHST August 27, 2015 0

Effective August 3, 2015, construction workers and employers who may be exposed to confined space hazards must comply with Subpart AA of 29 CFR 1926. While the new rule for construction work is similar

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3 Essential Steps to Jumpstart OSHA Compliance Efforts

3 Essential Steps to Jumpstart OSHA Compliance Efforts

F Marie Athey OHST August 3, 2015 0

According to an OSHA statistics,an average of 12 people suffers from fatal workplace injuries each day. From a business viewpoint, a workplace fatality is an operational, administrative, and regulatory nightmare.Not only does it lead to

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Changes on the Horizon: Allowable Limits of Crystalline Silica PEL

Changes on the Horizon: Allowable Limits of Crystalline Silica PEL

F Marie Athey OHST July 6, 2015 0

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has proposed a crystalline silica rule in August of 2013. To date, this rule isn’t final. Nevertheless, OSHA gives a clear explanation of the need for the

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Protecting Workers from Heat Stress

Protecting Workers from Heat Stress

F Marie Athey OHST June 8, 2015 0

As the summer starts to sizzle, it’s a perfect time to put the spotlight on heat stress safety. When you are working outdoors, stuck in the sun or near scorching hot equipment, this is

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Understanding Job Hazards for Communication Tower Workers

Understanding Job Hazards for Communication Tower Workers

F Marie Athey OHST May 11, 2015 0

Workers who are involved in the construction and maintenance of communication towers—like cell phone and wireless towers—are in high demand. This job requires workers to climb to great heights to erect and repair steel

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