News & Updates

Keep up-to-date with current news about Safety Training


 

News & Updates Safety

Short staffing ‘continues to be the biggest risk’ to Chemical Safety Board

The Chemical Safety Board has only filled one of its five board seats this year and this continues to be...
Read More
News & Updates

Better office ventilation may boost worker brain power

Researchers from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health claim improved air quality in offices can boost worker focus,...
Read More
Safety

YouTube Video Advertising our Health and Safety

Our COSH partner in New Hampshire, NH COSH, produced a YouTube video advertising our Health and Safety Series in October....
Read More
TNEC Training

Methane emissions are high in eastern MA

TNEC recognizes the importance of this new study: Methane emissions in eastern Mass. are 6 times higher than state estimates. ...
Read More
News & Updates TNEC Training

OSHA tells 3 states to protect workers from COVID or forfeit authority

The federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration has threatened to take over three states’ workplace safety programs because they failed...
Read More
News & Updates TNEC Training

EPA Enhances Scientific Integrity and Strengthens Chemical Safety Reviews

The EPA’s Office of Chemical Safety and Pollution Prevention (OCSPP) on October 14, 2021, announced several actions to enhance scientific...
Read More
News & Updates TNEC Training

U.S. Department of Labor starts process to create rules to protect workers from heat hazards

TNEC training addresses the impact of exposure to indoor and outdoor heat to worker health and safety.  OHSonline reports that...
Read More
Safety

On Safety: A closer look at OSHA’s ‘Top 10’ violations: A review

The Top 10 violations cited by OSHA for both construction and general industry demonstrated that most of the cited hazards...
Read More
COVID-19

AIHA Voices Concerns About COVID-19 ETS

AIHA (formerly the American Industrial Hygiene Association) revealed concerns about the federal COVID-19 emergency temporary standard (ETS) in a letter...
Read More
Safety

Steps to Prevent Violence on the Job

OSHA classifies workplace violence into four categories: criminal intent, customer-client, worker-on-worker and personal relationship.
Read More
Safety

Recycling Company Cited after a Violation in a Follow-Up Inspection due to Worker Fatality

OSHA Atlanta-West Area Office Director Jeffery Stawowy said in Atlanta, “Safety failures cost a worker his life in 2019. The...
Read More
News & Updates

NIOSH issues production and design criteria for face mask manufacturers

NIOSH has issued criteria and interim guidance to help manufacturers produce and design masks intended to protect workers from COVID-19....
Read More
1 2