Archive for the ‘OSHA Compliance’ Category

Understanding EPA and OSHA hazardous waste disposal requirements

Firms must understand and comply with EPA and OSHA hazardous waste management requirements to avoid costly fines.

Firms must understand and comply with EPA and OSHA hazardous waste management requirements to avoid costly fines.

Manufacturers: Keep plants clean and lean to achieve optimal productivity

Manufacturers suffering through less-than-ideal plant conditions can move things in a more positive direction by developing detailed housekeeping strategies.

Manufacturers suffering through less-than-ideal plant conditions can move things in a more positive direction by developing detailed housekeeping strategies.

Maintaining EPA and OSHA compliance with CMMS technology

Manufacturing companies can avoid fines from the EPA and OSHA by carefully reviewing applicable regulations and developing processes for maintaining compliant operations.

Manufacturing companies can avoid fines from the EPA and OSHA by carefully reviewing applicable regulations and developing processes for maintaining compliant operations.

Strategies for improving workplace lockout/tagout procedures

How can organizations improve their lockout/tagout procedures and better protect maintenance staff and other workers who regularly deal with dangerous equipment?

How can organizations improve their lockout/tagout procedures and better protect maintenance staff and other workers who regularly deal with dangerous equipment?

Strategies for developing a shop floor safety plan

Developing an exhaustive workplace safety strategy is the best way to ensure workers avoid injury on the shop floor.

Developing an exhaustive workplace safety strategy is the best way to ensure workers avoid injury on the shop floor.

IoT and manufacturing: Making the shop floor safer

Many manufacturers are using IoT technology to bolster workplace safety.

Many manufacturers are using IoT technology to bolster workplace safety.

Automated reports save time, money

Computerized maintenance management systems come chock-full of seemingly essential features. However, few are more important than automated reporting.

Computerized maintenance management systems come chock-full of seemingly essential features. However, few are more important than automated reporting.

Get lockout/tagout procedures right by integrating unusual processes with WOs

Establishing unique lockout/tagout procedures within a WO can ensure employee safety.

Lockout and tagout procedures play an integral role in ensuring employee safety as they work on assets and equipment on a day-to-day basis.

Simple checklists streamline safety compliance when put in the right places

Attaching safety to work order checklists can promote safety in industrial settings.

Building safety checklists into work orders can simplify and streamline compliance.

OSHA management takes closer look at laser safety

OSHA management takes closer look at laser safety

Lasers are commonly used in several industries, primarily the construction and medical fields, but to stay in line with OSHA management, companies will soon need to take the proper precautions for their employees.

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