Amy Daniell, CIH Interviewed for Article on Restaurant PPE

Amy Daniell, CIH Interviewed for Article on Restaurant PPE

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, every industry faces questions regarding the safety of their workers, clients, and community. One of the most affected industries is restaurants. Caroline Hatchett, a restaurant industry writer, recently interviewed Circle Safety and Health Consultant’s Senior Occupational Safety and Health Consultant Amy Daniell, CIH for an article on PPE as restaurants… [Read More]

Surface Sampling for SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19)

Surface Sampling for SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19)

Recently published studies suggest that SARS-CoV-2 (which causes COVID-19) may remain viable on different surfaces for up to 72 hours. This emphasizes the need for companies to ramp up their cleaning and disinfecting protocol to minimize the spread of the SARS-CoV-2 virus and to reduce the risk of a COVID-19 outbreak at their facility. Cleaning… [Read More]

AIHA’s Back to Work Safety Initiative

AIHA’s Back to Work Safety Initiative

  The AIHA’s Back to Work Safety initiative offers education and guidance for numerous business sectors to safely re-open. These efforts have been recognized by the CDC and featured in the Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, NPR, Washington Examiner, and CNBC, among others. The AIHA’s COVID-19 Re-Open America Guidelines Task Force has developed documents for the… [Read More]

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Respiratory Protection Training and Qualitative Fit Tests

Respiratory Protection Training and Qualitative Fit Tests

“If you use a respirator at work, you must be trained at least every 12 months. This annual retraining will refresh your memory on the information and skills you need to use a respirator correctly. It gives you a chance to practice with a respirator and to ask questions and discuss worksite-specific respirator use with… [Read More]

Top Ten Violations for 2019

Top Ten Violations for 2019

Every year, OSHA publishes a list of its top ten most frequently cited standard violations. Even though these numbers only reflect the violations as of August 15th this year, there have already been over 245 respiratory protection violations and 140 PPE violations per month in 2019. Most companies think that they have sufficient safety practice;… [Read More]

Interview with Anna Jolly, JD, CHMM

Interview with Anna Jolly, JD, CHMM

Photo of Anna’s father John Jolly’s work badge. Interview conducted by Pauline Kerwath   How did you get started in occupational safety & health? Why did you decide to pursue a career in it? A billion years ago my undergraduate degree was in environmental health, and we did a class in Industrial Hygiene, which was pretty cool. Then… [Read More]

National Safety Stand-Down (Construction Falls)

National Safety Stand-Down (Construction Falls)

May 6th-10th marks the Sixth Annual National Safety Stand-Down to Prevent Falls in Construction. This voluntary event gives employers the opportunity to engage their workers in discussions on fall preventions in construction. Of the 971 construction fatalities recorded in 2017, 366 were from falls from elevations. Those deaths could have. been prevented. For the past… [Read More]

What is Safety Leadership for Supervisors Training?

What is Safety Leadership for Supervisors Training?

  Safety leadership is the process of defining an organization’s desired safety values and creating a team that can effectively implement those values. It also includes a range of specific efforts intended to engage employees in maintaining the behaviors needed to reach the organization’s safety goals. Safety leadership training is an essential component of an… [Read More]

What Is Hazard Communication Training?

What Is Hazard Communication Training?

Hazard communication training is required by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA’s) Hazard Communication Standard (HCS). This standard has been in effect since 1994 and specifies the management of hazardous materials on a work site, including their identification, labeling, handling, use, and disposal. In 2012, this standard was updated to integrate international requirements found… [Read More]

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