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OSHA Renews Efforts to Prevent Amputations

OSHA renews efforts to train, educate, and inspect machinery to help prevent amputations.

OSHA renews efforts to train, educate, and inspect machinery to help prevent amputations.


BY CHRISTINE TORRES | Published January 17, 2020
Safety

Production Begins at the World’s Largest Diamond Mine

Now under production, the Gahcho Kué will be the world’s largest diamond mine. The project is a joint venture between Mountain Province Diamonds In...

Now under production, the Gahcho Kué will be the world’s largest diamond mine. The project is a joint venture between Mountain Province Diamonds Inc. and De Beers Canada Inc., and they expect to sell the mine’s first diamond by the end of 2016.


BY GRAPHIC PRODUCTS STAFF | Published January 03, 2020
News and Trends

MSHA Encourages Miners to “Stop and Take a Breath”

MSHA announces “Stop and Take a Breath” campaign, for September 2016 to encourage mining safety. As part of the “Stop and Take a Breath” campaign,...

MSHA announces “Stop and Take a Breath” campaign, for September 2016 to encourage mining safety. As part of the “Stop and Take a Breath” campaign, miners across the US will have a chance to talk to MSHA inspectors, who will be engaging coal miners and mine operators in “walk and talks.”


BY GRAPHIC PRODUCTS STAFF | Published January 03, 2020
News and Trends

OSHA Delays Enforcement of Construction Crystalline Silica Standard

OSHA announced recently it will delay enforcing the crystalline silica standard that applies to the construction industry. The final crystalline si...

OSHA announced recently it will delay enforcing the crystalline silica standard that applies to the construction industry. The final crystalline silica ruling was published in March 2016, with an original enforcement date of June 23, 2017. The enforcement date is now September 23, 2017.


BY CHRISTINE TORRES | Published January 03, 2020
Safety

New Head of DOL, OSHA Delivers Empowering Speech at G20 Meeting

Now in his new role as U.S. Secretary of Labor, Alexander Acosta joined international labor and employment leaders who represent approximately 85%...

Now in his new role as U.S. Secretary of Labor, Alexander Acosta joined international labor and employment leaders who represent approximately 85% of the world's global economy at the G20 Labor and Employment Ministers' Meeting, held in Germany in May.


BY GRAPHIC PRODUCTS STAFF | Published January 03, 2020
Visual Communication

Pipe Marking & Pipe Corrosion Control

The Silver Eagle Refinery explosion released a tidal wave of broken glass. Homes were pushed off their foundations and countless workers were burne...

The Silver Eagle Refinery explosion released a tidal wave of broken glass. Homes were pushed off their foundations and countless workers were burned in the Utah-based petroleum refinery when a 10-inch pipe ruptured at the bottom of a reactor.


BY GRAPHIC PRODUCTS STAFF | Published January 03, 2020
News and Trends

OSHA Issues Confined Spaces in Construction Standard Guide

OSHA has published a new training resource to help small businesses comply with the 2015 Confined Spaces in Construction Standard.

OSHA has published a new training resource to help small businesses comply with the 2015 Confined Spaces in Construction Standard.


BY GRAPHIC PRODUCTS STAFF | Published January 03, 2020
News and Trends

3 Takeaways from Gastech 2019

Gastech is a large show with great opportunities to look at what the next generation of the gas technology industry has to offer.

Gastech is a large show with great opportunities to look at what the next generation of the gas technology industry has to offer.


BY CHRISTINE TORRES | Published January 03, 2020