Search Results

1352

Employers are responsible for providing adequate hand washing(soap and water)for employees exposed to lead or any employee engaged in the application...

WATE 6 News report on the Building Trades National Medical Screening Program

WATE 6 News story highlights the Building Trades National Medical Screening Program (BTMed). The program provides medical screening to building trades...

Inspecting Occupational Safety and Health in the Construction Industry

International Labor Organization handbook is designed to help provide information and training for inspectors. It contains information on key safety...

1146

Respirators should be properly stored when not in use....

Fact Sheet: NIOSH Recommendations for Limiting Potential Exposures of Workers to Asbestos Associated with Vermiculite from Libby, Montana

Report about health effects caused by vermiculite contaminated with asbestos from mines in Libby Montana. Much of this vermiculite was used in the man...

Fact Sheet: Protect Your Family from Asbestos-Contaminated Vermiculite Insulation

A U.S. EPA Factsheet about naturally-occurring asbestos in vermiculite insulation from the Libby mine. The fact sheet explains how to determine if a h...

1063

Spray application of fire proofing. Workers respirator straps are not properly situated. Anyone using a tight fitting respirator must be clean shav...

NIOSH Revokes Certificate of Approval on Select Respirators Manufactured by Bei Bei Safety Company

Notification that the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) revoked the certificates of approval issued to Bei Bei Safety Comp...

Combustible Dust (Poster)

Contains language from an OSHA poster including a chart of materials that could cause combustible dust explosions. Measures for dust and ignition cont...

Annotated Bibliography of Issues in the U.S. Construction Industry

A listing of peer reviewed research articles on economic, labor, and human resources management issues in the U.S. construction industry. It is based...