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  • Posted in: Safety Culture

    I totally get the trudging. I'd agree. I'd add "ignored". We're there, they know who we are, but don't want to be bothered. I am always a little bemused when I walk past one of the ubiquitous signs on campus that say "Creighton CARES about your safety!" ...

  • Posted in: Safety Culture

    Trudging...as Chaucer (kind of) put it in the astounding movie A Knight's Tale: Uh... trudging. You know, trudging? To trudge: the slow, weary, depressing yet determined walk of a Safety Professional who has nothing left in life except the impulse ...

  • Training Opportunity

    FRaBSA (an affiliate of ABSA Int'l) is hosting a virtual symposium on Oct. 1 - 8 am - 5 pm MST ABSA approved for 1 CM point - check with your certifying organization REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN Free to current FRaBSA Members, $75.00 for ...

  • Posted in: CSHEMA Café

    Dave, Here is the UW Corridor Policy focus sheet that prohibits the storage of a wide variety of materials in corridors. There is also a stipulation in Chapter 6 of the IFC 607.5 Occupant evacuation elevator lobbies which does not allow any storage ...

  • Posted in: CSHEMA Café

    David; My basic reaction to this declaration is to ask "what's an elevator lobby" and "what is storage?"  If the elevator lobby is anything adjoining the doors of the elevator, then an elevator that opens onto a plaza level of a library has a lobby the ...

  • Placarding not required for Table 2 materials under 1,001 lbs.  In terms of shippind documents, I'm pretty sure you still need a straight bill-of-lading, or some documentation in compliance with 49 CFR 172.201 as you are shipping a hazardous material.  ...

  • Posted in: Industrial Hygiene

    Should have searched first! The group here came up with a cover for the 8511 3M N95 port. They produced 90,000 of them so that masks in our Health system could be used back in July. They did this in conjunction with a group that formed in March called ...