The silent component in welding fumes is manganese. Most material safety data sheets (MSDS) won’t list it as a component of welding filler wire or rod because the amount is typically less than one percent. Since it’s not listed, this metal often gets overlooked during th
The OSHA Act contains a part referred to as the “General Duty Clause” The Clause In order to include the consideration of air sampling and airborne exposure levels in normal work place inspections without the use of a specific standard, OSHA has turned to the provisions of
The conventional way to check for air pollutants is with an Indoor Air Quality Test. Indoor air quality describes how the inside air could affect a person’s health, comfort, concentration and ability to work. It can include temperature, humidity, lack of outside air and exposur
Hydraulic fracturing operations can create a silica hazard to workers, and employers should take proper steps to prevent exposure, in June OSHA and NIOSH released a jointly issued hazard alert. This alert was centerted around the process of induced hydraulic fracturing, often referred
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