How OSHA Standards Impact Your Workplace

Face masks and respirators have their place in construction safety, but you’re going to need to adopt a more comprehensive plan to comply with OSHA’s new standard for respirable crystalline silica.
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Electronic Recordkeeping

Injury and illness recordkeeping has always been required, but the information is typically filed on an office shelf. The new rule, however, allows public access in an effort to encourage employers to focus on and improve safety measures within their companies.
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John Comforte Inducted to SMACNA's College of Fellows

SMACNA’s College of Fellows recently announced that John W. Comforte, president of Climatemp Inc., in Broadview, Ill., will be inducted into the prestigious College in October. He will receive his signature College medallion at SMACNA’s 74th Annual Convention, in Maui, Hawaii.
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Crisis Management - Preparedness is Key

Although many of our members have established effective safety programs that address issues from the design phase through completion, how many can confidently navigate those accidents that are simply unavoidable?
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