Ohio Manufacturing: Train Workers on the Hazards of Cleaning Chemicals

OSHA’s COVID-19 Tip of the Day (Tip #75) Most manufacturing companies are aware of the need to develop a Hazardous Communication Program (per 29 CFR 1910.1200) if you use or manufacture hazardous chemicals at your facility. Specifically, do any of the chemicals you use in either your processes or in maintenance have a Safety Data …

Ohio Groundwater Remediation: Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (OEPA)

Who: A metal treatment company operates multiple facilities on sites across northern Ohio. What: One of these sites has encountered environmental issues with waste from their operations having contaminated the surroundings. While the company has since begun using less wasteful techniques, there has been an ongoing conflict with the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (OEPA) due …

OSHA Focus on Amputation Risks

U.S. Department of Labor Updates National Emphasis Program on Amputations in Manufacturing Industries The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) recently issued an updated National Emphasis Program (NEP) to focus agency inspections on amputation hazards in manufacturing industries. This directive updates the 2015 NEP on amputations. The NEP targets industrial and …

Change or Pay the Penalty

A glass company in Moraine, Ohio faces $724,380 in penalties after OSHA recently cited them for exposing employees to multiple safety and health hazards.  But, this wasn’t the first time. OSHA initiated this latest inspection of the automotive glass manufacturer under the Agency’s Site-Specific Targeting program which directs enforcement resources to workplaces where the highest …

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