You may be surprised to learn that almost every organization needs a medical surveillance program. OSHA and Cal OSHA require a number of different safety and health programs. Many of these programs require annual or triannual reviews of the employees. The purpose of these reviews is to measure the impact of particular substances or hazards Read more about Do You Need A Medical Surveillance Program?[…]
Let’s look at the 4 failures that led up to 12 students drinking floor sealant instead of milk at a camp.
Welcome To The Risk Control Show Ep 108. Monsanto ordered to pay $289 MM for a Cancer Claim? In this episode, we look at the importance of properly managing your SDS and using PPE when dealing with chemicals. Roundup was at the head of the topic after a school groundskeeper developed cancer and the manufacturer Read more about Ep 108. SDS, Cancer and a $289 Million Payout To A School Groundskeeper[…]
This episode is all about SDS Sheets Have a topic that you would like us to cover, let us know in the comments below.
With the new GHS system coming into play, being able to read a new Safety Data Sheet is vitally important. Watch this short video on how to read a new SDS. How to Read a Safety Data Sheet from Steve Wilmes on Vimeo.
There are 4 main dates that you should be concerned with in regard to the Globally Harmonized System of classification of chemicals. The first one comes at the end of next year and is probably the easiest to implement. By December 1, 2013 affected employees should be trained on the updated hazard communication standard and Read more about What are the compliance dates for GHS implementation?[…]