EHS Managers – “Champions of Compliance” [Infographic]

As the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) continue to crack down on non-compliance, EHS managers are faced with increasing challenges. Failure to comply with these regulations can result in major fines and have long-lasting effects on businesses. By staying up to date on regulatory changes and requirements, companies … Continue reading EHS Managers – “Champions of Compliance” [Infographic]

New Research Shows Metal Exposure From Laundered Shop Towels May Exceed Permissible Levels Set by the EPA for Metals in Drinking Water

This is a follow up story on a previous post I published about the possible toxicity of laundered cloth shop towels. The video above was part of that post. Presented at the Society of Toxicology Annual Meeting and ToxExpo, Gradient study advances research regarding metal residues, such as lead, on shop towels after commercial laundering … Continue reading New Research Shows Metal Exposure From Laundered Shop Towels May Exceed Permissible Levels Set by the EPA for Metals in Drinking Water

Industry Study: Are “Shop Rags” Dangerous to Your Employees?

Videos Courtesy : http://www.thedirtonshoptowels.com/ It is not the policy of my Blog to endorse any one product over another. I provide the articles and postings for the betterment of the Safety of employees and the general public. Deciding whether to use a particular product or not, is up to you and your company. With that … Continue reading Industry Study: Are “Shop Rags” Dangerous to Your Employees?