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Climate change may increase the severity and prevalence of known occupational hazards, as well as the development of new hazards, with outdoor workers being most at risk.
A study found that air pollution caused by fracking may contribute to acute and chronic health problems for those living near natural gas drilling sites.
OSHA provides on-site compliance assistance to protect recovery workers and the public during tornado recovery efforts in Illinois.
Use this photo to train your workers about indoor air quality and ventilation.
Adapt this Policy to meet OSHA IAQ requirements
What to do to ensure that breathing air at haz waste operations sites meets OSHA requirements.
Which 10 hurricanes did the most property damage–and what did each one cost?
Emergency exit doors were padlocked during work hours; racks of clothes blocked exit routes; an unsecured gas cylinder was exposed to damage; and the place was infested with rats and vermin. Such were the principal offenses committed by a Bronx retailer, …
OSHA launched its National Emphasis Program (NEP) for lead in July 2011. One of the sites targeted for inspection was a South Carolina shooting range. OSHA inspectors cited the contractor hired to clean the range and reclaim the lead for 11 willful violations, including lack …
What is so hazardous about working in the recycling industry? You wear the right gloves and footwear and you’re ready to go, collecting the material and throwing it into a bin, right? If it was that easy, there wouldn’t be any injuries.