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Top 10 Most Cited OSHA Standards in Food Manufacturing

Come August 2, the maximum penalties for OSHA fines will go up in their first increase since 1990. The jump will not be small. To make up for 26 years of not adjusting for inflation, the agency will hike its fines by 78% this year. For Serious, Other-Than-Serious, and...

NFPA Codes for Food Manufacturers [Infographic]

If you’re in the food manufacturing industry, you’re at risk of a combustible dust explosion. As a companion to our popular Food Manufacturer’s Guide to Fire Prevention Through Housekeeping, we’ve put together this handy infographic...

How Vacuum Filtration Helps Prevent Food Contamination

Every year, foodborne illnesses cost the economy more than $15.6 billion and send more than 53,000 Americans to the hospital. A large portion of these costs and illnesses are due to a group of usual suspects — 15 pathogens including E. coli, Salmonella, and...

A Food Industry Professional’s Basic Guide to OSHA Standards

In the food industry, having a clean facility is a major step toward ensuring both food safety and worker safety. It’s also required for avoiding citations and fines due to lack of compliance. To help you get a better handle on the rules you’re required to follow,...
How an Industrial Vacuum Cleaner Improves Food Safety

How an Industrial Vacuum Cleaner Improves Food Safety

Conversations about food safety and cleaning tend to focus on sanitation — sanitary equipment, chemical sanitizers, and so on. Industrial vacuum cleaners are more often discussed in the context of plant and worker safety, for example, combustible dust fire...
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