The Flint, Michigan, water crisis this winter brought newfound attention to lead-poisoning and water quality. A tainted water source left untreated for corrosive properties and contaminant levels lead to twice as many children been diagnosed with high lead blood concentrations and ass
During hospital construction/renovation and maintenance work, the presence of dust, mold and bacteria can create serious problems. Since many people visit and spend time in hospitals every day (whether it be for a surgery, illness or to visit a patient), any construction or renovation
Frequent discussions regarding the applicability of the EPA’s Lead Renovation, Repair & Painting (RRP) Rule, of April, 2010, are centered around defining a “Child Occupied Facility”. Such a designation triggers compliance requirements for building owners, manager
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has established substance specific standards for 32 substances (mostly carcinogens) that they have identified as unique and in need of specific guidance. Some of the more familiar substances on the list are: asbestos lead blood-
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