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    A Primer on Hazard Communication (HAZCOM)

    The purpose of the Hazard Communication (HAZCOM) Standard is to ensure chemical safety throughout the workplace. Information about the identities and hazards of the...

    By: Pete Nemmers, LSP | Director of Training Development

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    12 Things to Do During an OSHA Investigation

    OSHA is in your lobby.Hopefully you’ve already taken to heart my 6 Steps to Prepare for an OSHA Visit and aren’t panicking.But the past is the past and...

    By: Gary Blake | Vice President of Industrial Development

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    Top 5 EHS Compliance Mistakes Small Companies Make

    During my career, I founded three small contracting companies, each with major environmental, health, and safety compliance obligations and risks. I answered to all of...

    By: Russell Carr

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    Work Safety Training Programs 101

    If you ever have the misfortune of an OSHA investigator showing up to perform an accident investigation at your workplace, one of their first questions will be, &ldquo...

    By: Bryan McWhorter | Lead Safety Advisor, Author, Writer, Speaker

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    What Every Employer Must Know About Hazardous Workplace Injuries

    The frequency of injuries suffered by workers in the United States is alarming. The Bureau of Labor Statistics reported 2.8 million nonfatal injuries and illnesses at...

    By: Steve Howards

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    An Intro to HAZWOPER Training

    HAZWOPER is short for Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response. It was coined by the U.S. Military during the Second World War but is still used for hazardous...

    By: Steve Prentice

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