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Survey finds reasons employees don’t wear PPE
A survey of safety professionals found that the most common excuse given by employees for not wearing required personal protective equipment (PPE) was that they simply didn’t feel like wearing it. The survey, conducted by J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc., also identified challenges with...

Gradual reduction of hydrofluorocarbons
Hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs) are greenhouse gases used in different applications including refrigeration, air conditioning, building insulation, fire extinguishing systems, and aerosols. Refrigeration and air-conditioning equipment in homes, commercial buildings, and industrial operations...

Fire evacuation and headcount FAQs
Employers should train workers about fire hazards and what to do case of a fire. For example, if everyone will evacuate, employers should train everyone on evacuation procedures. And if employers expect some workers to use fire fighting equipment, they should provide the appropriate...

What does OSHA count as employee exposure records?
Employers must retain employee exposure records for 30 years. Since OSHA could issue citations for failing to keep these records, employers need to understand exactly what OSHA considers an “employee exposure record.” The standard at 1910.1020 defines these records to include certain.....

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