The following has been provided by our fine colleagues at OSHA; As we experience historic low temperatures and snowfall across the country, workers may be exposed to unprecedented harsh weather conditions. Working in cold weather brings challenges and hazards. OSHA has resources available to help workers stay safe, including a new pamphlet on snow
Diisocyanates (die-eye-so-sigh-ah-nates) sounds like a scary word. But in reality, Diisocyanates are nothing to be afraid of; they are incredible materials used to make your life more comfortable and help with energy conservation. Boom! Science. Diisocyanates are chemical building blocks used to make numerous polyurethane products such as foams, adhesives, coatings, elastomers, sealants and more.
from http://media.fcanorthamerica.com/newsrelease.do?id=20535&mid=&searchresult January 10, 2019 , Auburn Hills, Mich. – FCA US LLC is recalling an estimated 1.4 million vehicles in the U.S. to replace passenger-side air-bag inflators that may, on deployment, send shrapnel into the vehicle cabin. The Company is unaware of any injuries or accidents associated this vehicle population. The defect is linked to
from https://www.score.org/event/how-can-small-business-comply-with-OSHA-standards LIVE WEBINAR DURATION: 1 Hour DATE & TIME: January 17, 2019, 1:00pm EST Did you know that a safe and healthy workplace not only protects employees from injury and illness, but can lower costs, reduce absenteeism, boost morale and increase productivity and quality? How can your small business stay safe? OSHA can help! The Occupational Safety and
from http://fortune.com/2019/01/04/ford-recalls-airbag-inflators/ January 4, 2019 — Ford has announced plans to recall 953,000 vehicles worldwide—including 782,000 in the United States—amid fears that the passenger air bag inflator could explode and injure riders. The recall is part of a larger recall of Takata airbag inflators, which can hurl shrapnel if they explode after deteriorating over time due to heat and