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Tag: Occupational Safety and Health Administration

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OSHA plans to conduct inspections related to heat

May 6, 2022By

A new Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) program will initiate inspections in ‘high-risk’ industries.

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Supreme Court ruling blocks OSHA vaccine mandate

January 14, 2022By

The Supreme Court ruling on the Occupational Safety & Health Administration’s (OSHA) COVID-19 vaccine mandate notes that the virus is not an occupational hazard in most workplaces.

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Controlling conveyor system safety, efficiency

December 21, 2021By

The most effective way to mitigate risks is to design hazards out of components or systems. Learn more about steps aggregate producers can take to improve production and reduce risks.

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OSHA unveils new COVID-19 emergency temporary standard

November 5, 2021By

The National Stone, Sand and Gravel Association offered a reaction to the Occupational Safety & Health Administration’s (OSHA) COVID-19 vaccine mandate.

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Producers excluded from COVID-19 emergency temporary standard

June 18, 2021By

The National Stone, Sand & Gravel Association commended the Department of Labor on its exclusion of the aggregate industry in a COVID-19 emergency temporary standard.

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OSHA issues revised COVID-19 guidance

February 4, 2021By

The Occupational Safety & Health Administration’s (OSHA) new guidance details measures to mitigate spread in the workplace.

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10 tips to maximize the life of an articulated dump truck

December 23, 2020By

When considering their next articulated dump truck purchase, producers must ensure they have the proper size planned and that it correctly matches the machine loading it.

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Best practices to combat extreme summer heat

June 9, 2020By

All employers should have an emergency plan for how to respond to a heat-related illness, according to the Occupational Safety & Health Administration.

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