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Friday Regulatory Roundup – September 8th

Friday Regulatory Roundup – September 8th

Matt Luman September 8, 2017 0

FEMA Hurricane Harvey Central Portal September 8th – Although hurricane Harvey came and went across the Gulf Coast two weeks ago, the effects will be felt for years. Rebuilding and recovery mode is on

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Friday Regulatory Roundup – August 18th

Friday Regulatory Roundup – August 18th

Matt Luman August 18, 2017 Comments Off on Friday Regulatory Roundup – August 18th

OSHA to Hold Second Public Meeting to Solicit Suggestions for Growing, Strengthening Voluntary Protection Programs August 14 – OSHA will be holding the second of two meetings on August 28 in New Orleans, LA

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Friday Regulatory Roundup – August 11th

Friday Regulatory Roundup – August 11th

Matt Luman August 11, 2017 0

Federal Register Updates: Requesting Comments August 8 – Three new items were put on the federal register for public comment: Ionizing Radiation Standard, Material Hoists, Personnel Hoists, and Elevators Standard, and Fire Brigades Standard.

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Friday Regulatory Roundup – August 4th

Friday Regulatory Roundup – August 4th

Matt Luman August 4, 2017 0

Man dies after sneaking onto Chelsea construction site, falling from 17th floor August 22 – Although not a construction worker, a man died in New York city after falling from the 17th floor at

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Friday Regulatory Roundup – July 28th

Friday Regulatory Roundup – July 28th

Matt Luman July 28, 2017 0

OSHA announces policy change on monorail hoists in construction 7/3/17 A new enforcement policy now excludes monorails hoists from the requirements of Subpart CC – Cranes and Derricks in Construction. This policy change was

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Friday Regulatory Round Up – July 21st

Friday Regulatory Round Up – July 21st

Matt Luman July 21, 2017 0

Harmful Algal Blooms 7/12/17 It is the season again for algal blooms. Warmer weather and plenty of sunshine is a recipe for toxin producing blooms that are dangerous to people, animals, and the environment.

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Norovirus and Food Safety

Norovirus and Food Safety

Stephen Brockman September 17, 2015 0

Norovirus is a common foodborne illness that is easily spread, especially in certain settings, such as cruise ships and restaurants. Understanding how this virus affects food safety can help food workers prevent outbreaks. What

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Is Your Company Ready for the New Requirements of the FSMA?

Is Your Company Ready for the New Requirements of the FSMA?

Sarah Williams April 6, 2015 0

Foodborne illnesses in the 2000s cost businesses billions of dollars in costly recalls, legal expenses and lost sales. To address the issues of foodborne illness, the FDA passed the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA).

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CDC: Keeping Its Finger on the Pulse of Foodborne Disease Outbreaks

CDC: Keeping Its Finger on the Pulse of Foodborne Disease Outbreaks

Sarah Williams March 17, 2015 0

News about foodborne disease outbreaks is common, with stories about illness and food recalls as the result of contaminated food. Cookie dough, raw shellfish, and many other products can be breeding grounds for bacteria

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Four Tips to Reduce Foodborne Illnesses

Four Tips to Reduce Foodborne Illnesses

Krista Fredrick July 7, 2014 0

Every year 1 in 6 Americans (or 48 million people) are affected by a foodborne illness. Another 128,000 people are hospitalized, and 3,000 die. As a restaurant manager or owner, these statistics are quite

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