Workplace Safety »

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

Read More »
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

Read More »
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.

Read More »
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

Read More »
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

Read More »
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.

Read More »
What You Need To Know About OSHA’s Color Codes

What You Need To Know About OSHA’s Color Codes

Muddassir Katchi March 21, 2016 0

Not all colors are created equal. Some colors, when used appropriately, play a crucial role in preventing accidents at work. To help workers and employers in choosing the right colors for their accident prevention

Read More »
NSC 2014: What’s on the Agenda?

NSC 2014: What’s on the Agenda?

F Marie Athey OHST September 8, 2014 0

This September, 360training.com’s team will be attending the 2014 National Safety Council Congress and Expo in San Diego, California. The conference gives us the opportunity to meet with over 14,000 other environmental, health, and

Read More »
Remembering and Rebuilding: Workers’ Memorial Day

Remembering and Rebuilding: Workers’ Memorial Day

F Marie Athey OHST April 8, 2014 0

Each day in the United States, 12 employees die while performing work-related activities.  On April 28, we observe and remember every person who died on the job due to workplace injuries.  Workers’ Memorial Day

Read More »
Safety Management Trends of 2013

Safety Management Trends of 2013

F Marie Athey OHST March 11, 2014 0

Challenges and opportunities shaped the occupational safety management landscape in 2013. Results of an earlier survey showed that safety professionals were cautiously optimistic as they braced themselves for another year of heavier workloads, international

Read More »