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The Walking-Working Surfaces rule for General Industry (GI) has been a long time coming for regulators. There has been fall protection rules with vague or missing wording in the 29 CFR 1910 Subpart D standard ever since it was adopted
Water and Wastewater treatment plants and all the associated work surrounding the industry has a variety of hazards and dangers. One deadly hazard is falls to below from elevated surfaces such as clarifiers, walkways, buildings, and equipment. Many municipalities are
Activated sludge process control is a daily consideration for the wastewater operator to get the best quality effluent as possible for the treatment type. Mostly, the decisions are made by the plant superintendent or chief operator for the daily plant
Crystalline Silica has been linked to several medical conditions and even death to workers exposed to the dust. Exposure to respirable crystalline silica is a health concern for both the construction and plant personnel. In the utility sector, every time
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http://a1.grovo.com/img/products/banner/linkedin-banner.png Social networking has been a trend for several years for individuals who share the same hobbies or interest. It started with local Bulletin Board Systems (BBS) over an infant internet system that was access by a modem over the
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has just released a new construction standard 29 CFR 1926 Subpart AA. This subpart is specifically designed to protect construction workers from confined space hazards which are not covered in Subpart P Excavations.
Many water and wastewater operators seek to rise up the ranks in their utilities to become upper management. The hierarchy of leadership is usually shift supervisor/lead operator, assistant chief operator, chief operator, plant manager/plant superintendent, director of operations, assistant utility
Without state OSHA plans, many public sector employees — including treatment plant operators — are vulnerable to unsafe working conditions. Is it time for change? Do All States Need OSHA-Approved Plans? | TPO – Treatment Plant Operator Magazine.