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Safety And Security

Unlocking The Mystery

Electrified hardware is becoming increasingly more sophisticated in both functionality and appearance. An electrified opening can be linked to a network, allowing user access privileges to be changed instantly. Important
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Winterizing your fire protection system

Along with changing leaves and football season, fire protection system maintenance is another autumn staple. Why? As cold weather approaches, sprinkler pipes and other system components become increasingly vulnerable to
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Exploding dust

The jury is still out regarding how much the downturn in the economy is going to impact the JanSan industry, including building service contractors (BSCs). In the past, the impact
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Paul Davis provides tips for National Preparedness Month

PLAINFIELD, IL — Paul Davis Restoration and Remodeling of Will County is participating in National Preparedness Month to help raise awareness of the importance of being prepared for catastrophic events and natural disasters.
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OSHA to clear confusion over stiffer penalties

WILLOUGHBY, OH — On-the-fly changes can create chaos, but chances are nobody will mind the one Scott Cole recently made.
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New component added to HPCP testing program

LOWELL, MA — IEHA and UMass Lowell TURI Lab announce color and gloss measurement technology as part of the HPCP testing program.
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EPA releases lead paint RRP fines

CASTRO VALLEY, CA — EPA releases RRP documents detailing enforcement and penalty guidelines for lead paint regulation violations.
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EPA wants to require electronic filing as part of Toxic Substances Control Act

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) took another step toward a final rule that would require manufacturers and importers to submit chemical information electronically.
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Arch Chemicals' safety hits OSHA landmark

CLEVELAND, OH — ARCH Chemicals Inc. celebrated an entire year of zero OSHA-recordable injuries at the plant in Charleston in July.
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Maintenance man injured in blast

MUSCLE SHOALS, AL — A maintenance worker spraying paint primer under new cabinets at an apartment complex was injured Monday when a pilot light ignited the fumes.
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