OSHA Headlines – September 24, 2012


OSHA Provides Sustainability Training to Collision Repair Companies
Occupational Health and Safety
A group taking steps to offer sustainable, free safety training is the Society of Collision Repair Specialists, which is offering a Green Sustainability School to collision shop operators across the country, including a series of online training
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Free OSHA training classes
The Cerbat Gem
Mohave Community College’s Small Business Development Center is hosting free Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) classes. The first session will be held on Sept. 26 and focus on changes to OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard,
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SeaWorld appeals whale-trainer ruling
Orlando Sentinel
As expected, the Orlando-based marine-park owner is appealing an OSHA citation in court. OSHA leveled the citation against SeaWorld after the February 2010 death of killer-whale trainer Dawn Brancheau, recommending that SeaWorld trainers never again
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Ohio Paint Company Fined for Releasing Chemical Vapor Cloud
Occupational Health and Safety
OPC Polymers, a paint producer, received 26 citations from OSHA following an investigation that began after the incident earlier this year. All of the violations were serious except one. They ranged from mixing flammable chemicals together to putting
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Renewable energy job market continues growing
The Desert Sun
Ivan Urias listens to Dave Esparza, certified OSHA instructor, during a course on OSHA at the Desert Energy Enterprise Center in Palm Springs with about 20 students. / Omar Ornelas/ The Desert Sun. More. While recruiting at a recent job fair in Indio,
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One thought on “OSHA Headlines – September 24, 2012

  1. To read about safety as a real concern, threat to many who have no idea as to why we must protect all citizens working in this country, and around the world brings OSHA to the forefront of sustainable living. Without it, we could not live for tomorrow. If corporate America would take the time to make Safety number one before clammering for financial gains, they would gain more longevity by protecting the workers they employ. Thank You OSHA for caring about us! “We The People”


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