Do you know the potential risk of injury and illness to your employees? All employees and their employers are covered under OSHA. That means whether or not you are in a high risk industry like construction or mining, you need to know what your employees are exposed to on a daily basis, and provide safety
Legislation signed in 2004 mandated that if a company is to receive any State-sponsored construction work, on any projects over $10,000, all employees to be employed at the worksite must have taken a 10-hour course in construction safety approved by the United States Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), referred to as the OSHA 10 course.
Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER) is a set of guidelines produced and maintained by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) which regulates hazardous waste operations and emergency services in the United States and its territories. With these guidelines, the U.S. government regulates hazardous wastes and dangerous goods from inception to disposal.
A hazardous waste is any waste with properties that make it dangerous or capable of having a harmful effect on people or the environment. Hazardous waste is generated from many sources, ranging from industrial manufacturing process wastes to batteries and may come in many forms, including liquids, solids gases, and sludges. The EPA regulates hazardous
Because of the Coronavirus pandemic most training shut down. Among them was CPR. At East Shore Safety, we have not been reaching out to clients for this course as all of the 4 major recognized agencies extended their expiration dates. Since we teach all of the agencies (AHA, NSC, Red Cross and ASHI) we were
Local Businesses in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and New England – We Need Your Help… East Shore Safety has partnered with Hometown Juice & Co to help out in their fundraiser “Mission for Meggles!” As many off you probably don’t know, one of their co-owners was diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer. She
Toolbox Safety Talks are short, informal safety meetings conducted at the crew level on a periodic and as-needed basis, by first line supervisors regarding job-related hazards and safe work practices. The goal of these safety talks is to inform employees of specific hazards associated with a task and the safe way to do the job
Re: Onsite Training During the COVID-19 Pandemic There are several precautions that we have implemented as a way to help stop the spread of COVID-19. These are small efforts that we can make to help the more vulnerable people in our community of Massachusetts, New England and beyond . We have made these important modifications
The Department of Industrial Accident’s Office continues to give back to our Massachusetts workforce by giving up to $25,000 FREE per company towards workplace safety training. The goal of this highly successful program is to promote safe and healthy conditions in the workplace through training, education, and other preventative programs. This great program awards