Once AMI Environmental and the Emergency Response Team arrived in New Orleans, a plan was needed to be put in place in order to get the Department of Defense building up and running again. The only problem was the hazardous waste that needed to dealt with before any actions could be
Occupational hearing loss is defined as a hearing impairment of one or both ears, either partial or complete, that result from a person’s employment. Even though many states do not have compensation laws for hearing loss at the workplace, compensation is commonly being awarded to peo
What Have You Heard about Hearing Loss?
Occupational noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL) is an overlooked illness that can affect an employee’s performance and safety at work. This is why OSHA and the USDOL are aggressively working to protect employees from injuries and ailments from oc
Occupational Noise: More than a Nuisance
For 25 years, noise-related hearing loss has been one of the most prevalent occupational health concerns for Americans. However, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has been working along with the United States Department