The updated ANSI/ASSP A10.48 standard will be effective on Jan. 1
November 16, 2023
The updated ANSI/ASSP A10.48 standard will be effective on Jan. 1, covering the latest safety practices and training recommendations for the construction, demolition, modification and maintenance of communication structures.
Many types of workers can be exposed to lead through various activities. Workers at risk may include managers, line supervisors, or field workers such as those from plumbing companies, city utilities, or construction companies who work with water lines.
In this article, we'll explore the intricacies of ergonomic hazards, from physical ailments like muscle strains and carpal tunnel syndrome to the broader implications they have in the workplace. We'll also explore OSHA's national emphasis program and uncover practical, impactful solutions that can be implemented across various work environments.
The American Society of Safety Engineers is offering a virtual symposium to help occupational safety and health professionals better understand the sweeping changes OSHA recently made to its final rule on Walking-Working Surfaces and Personal Fall Protection standards in relation to slip, trip and fall hazards. Read More
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