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Formaldehyde and Other Nasty Chemicals in Hair/Beauty and Nail Salons

If you need assistance with formaldehyde in hair/beauty salons as discussed in this article, call us at 1-800-344-4414 for email us at info@atlenv.com for details and a free estimate. Written By:  Robert E. Sheriff, MS, CIH, CSP, President February 24, 2020 Formaldehyde and Other Nasty Chemicals in Hair/Beauty and Nail Salons OSHA AND NIOSH – … Continue reading

Hurricane Damage – Mold, Bacteria, Insects and More

Contractors, insurance carriers, property owners who may need assistance in dealing with hurricane damage as discussed in this article, call us at 1-800-344-4414 or e-mail us at info@atlenv.com for details and a free estimate. Written By: Robert E. Sheriff, MS, CIH, CSP, President February 4, 2020 Hurricane Damage – Mold, Bacteria, Insects and More In … Continue reading

Protected: DRAFT – Local Exhaust Ventilation – Protecting the Worker from Exposure to Air Contaminants

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Beryllium Exposure to Workers – OSHA’s New Beryllium Standard in Effect Since 2018

Written By: Robert E. Sheriff, MS, CIH, CSP, President December 9, 2019 OSHA’s Beryllium Standard In August 2015, OSHA proposed a new rule to further control workers’ exposures to Beryllium. The Beryllium Standard (29CFR1910.1024) went into effect on March 10, 2017. The exposure assessment provisions went into effect on March 12, 2018. The change rooms … Continue reading

Silica-Very High on OSHA’s Inspection List

Written By:  Robert E. Sheriff, MS, CIH, CSP, PresidentDecember 9, 2019 OSHA issued the final rule for new regulations for exposure to crystalline silica on March 23, 2016. Summary of OSHA Regulation Separate regulations were issued for Construction (29CFR1926.1153) and General Industry/Maritime (29CFR1910.1053). The general provisions to both regulations are generally the same: Permissible Exposure … Continue reading

Recycling Facilities Can Be Hazardous to Workers’ Health

If you need assistance related to Health Hazards at Recycling facilities, contact us a t 1-800-344-4414 or info@atlenv.com. Written By:  Robert E. Sheriff, CIH, CSP, President March 6, 2020 Recycling Facilities Can Be Hazardous to Workers’ Health A great majority of municipalities and private companies in the United States have recycling facilities where metal, glass, … Continue reading