Coca-Cola’s attached bottle cap is rock bottom of hokey greenwashing – TechCrunch

I don’t cover post-IPO companies a lot, and Coca-Cola is def on the list of ones I can generally ignore. But when the company sends out a hand-wringing press release about how awesome they are for launching a bottle cap where the cap stays attached to the bottle “for environmental reasons,” I’m sorry, my blood … Continue reading Coca-Cola’s attached bottle cap is rock bottom of hokey greenwashing – TechCrunch

New Drones Could Spot Wildfires Earlier, Even Help Snuff Them Out – Scientific American

Scientific American is the essential guide to the most awe-inspiring advances in science and technology, explaining how they change our understanding of the world and shape our lives. — Read on http://www.scientificamerican.com/article/new-drones-could-spot-wildfires-earlier-even-help-snuff-them-out/

Major increase in airborne pollen, study finds

(ABC4) - According to new research from Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) regarding climate change and pollen seasons, there has…Major increase in airborne pollen, study finds

Watch: Are Businesses Living Up to ESG Requirements? | 2022-02-02 | SupplyChainBrain

A review of how good a job companies are doing in adhering to their promises in the areas of environmental, social and governance (ESG), with two attorneys from Crowell & Moring LLP: John Brew, covering international trade and product risk management, and Thomas Lorenzen, specializing in environment, natural resources and government affairs. Crowell & Moring … Continue reading Watch: Are Businesses Living Up to ESG Requirements? | 2022-02-02 | SupplyChainBrain

Wisconsin Natural Resources Board Acts on Proposed PFAS Standards – Michael Best & Friedrich LLP

Wisconsin Natural Resources Board Acts on Proposed PFAS Standards - Michael Best & Friedrich LLP — Read on http://www.michaelbest.com/Newsroom/282902/Wisconsin-Natural-Resources-Board-Acts-on-Proposed-PFAS-Standards

Top Chicago Business of the Day – “United Scrap” – Cicero, Illinois

  Marsha Serlin - Founder and CEO Marsha Serlin founded United Scrap Metal in 1978 and began building her company with $200 and a rental truck. At that time, Marsha was a divorced single parent, solely responsible for two young children. She saw an opportunity to support her family by gathering scrap from alleys, manufacturers and … Continue reading Top Chicago Business of the Day – “United Scrap” – Cicero, Illinois

OSHA QuickTakes – September 16, 2013

#Silica #StopFalls #OilAndGas In this issue Notice of proposed rulemaking for respirable silica published in Federal Register OSHA awards $10.1 million in Susan Harwood safety and health training grants to 70 organizations Adams Thermal Systems to pay $1.34 million in wake of OSHA citations, criminal penalties in 2011 death of worker OSHA orders MGM Resorts … Continue reading OSHA QuickTakes – September 16, 2013

90 Minutes About OSHA Most People Have Never Seen

We’ve always known OSHA as the official authority of safety and health in the U.S. But very few are aware of the fact that it produced and distributed three films in 1980. While these films are nothing like the Hollywood blockbusters you queue for in movie houses, they were real pro productions. In fact, two … Continue reading 90 Minutes About OSHA Most People Have Never Seen

OSHA QuickTakes – August 6, 2013

In this issue White House releases executive order on improving chemical facility safety and security New Labor Secretary committed to workplace safety and health Hazard alert warns of dangers of 1-bromopropane exposure OSHA, NWS remind employers to protect outdoor workers during heat wave Three companies ordered to reinstate workers for whistleblower violations of clean air, … Continue reading OSHA QuickTakes – August 6, 2013

Safety Comic of the Day! – “Hydraulic Fracturing or Fracking Silica Dust Exposure”.

An old hazard alert is resurfacing in the oil and gas industry, one that warns the massive amounts of sand used during hydraulic fracturing may pose a health risk for workers. The alert, issued by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration and the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, warns of prolonged exposure to … Continue reading Safety Comic of the Day! – “Hydraulic Fracturing or Fracking Silica Dust Exposure”.

CSB – West Fertilizer and Williams Olefins Explosions Testimony

CLICK HERE to view the written statement CLICK HERE to view the CSB’s preliminary findings BEGIN TESTIMONY Chairman Boxer, Senator Vitter, and distinguished Committee members – thank you for inviting me today.  I am CSB Chairperson Rafael Moure-Eraso. The two explosions we are discussing today – West Fertilizer and Williams Olefins – are tragedies of … Continue reading CSB – West Fertilizer and Williams Olefins Explosions Testimony

OSHA QuickTakes – June 3, 2013 Edition

In this issue OSHA provides on-site compliance assistance to protect recovery workers, public during tornado recovery efforts in Texas, Oklahoma Louisiana woman sentenced to 57 months in prison for providing fraudulent hazard waste training and impersonating OSHA official in wake of Gulf Oil Spill OSHA safety stand-down at Southeast construction work sites kicks off OSHA's … Continue reading OSHA QuickTakes – June 3, 2013 Edition