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OSHA Silica Dust Interim
Enforcement Guidance: Housekeeping Practices

OSHA Silica Dust Interim
Enforcement Guidance: Housekeeping Practices

OSHA Silica Dust Interim
Enforcement Guidance: Housekeeping Practices

What OSHA’s Switch to Leading Indicators Means for Your Safety Program

Earlier this year, OSHA announced that it would move toward using leading indicators to assess workplace safety programs. This article reviews what leading indicators are, how they can benefit corporate safety programs, and where you can find more information about...

What Happens During a Cleaning Site Assessment?

If you’ve explored our website, you’ve likely seen forms urging you to sign up for a site assessment. But what exactly does that mean? This article briefly reviews what happens during a site assessment and the benefits of having an outside consultant visit your...

FSMA Compliance for the Food Industry: Sanitary Operations cGMP

As part of the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA), current good manufacturing practice (cGMP) regulations for food manufacturing, processing, packaging, and holding were updated for the first time since 1986. They can be found in Title 21 of the Code of Federal...

What Combustible Dust Standards Do You Have to Follow?

If you’re up on the latest workplace health and safety news (or if you’re a regular reader of this blog), you know that last month OSHA removed the combustible dust standard from its regulatory agenda. What does this mean for you as a manufacturer or an industrial...

Federal vs State OSHA: What You Need to Know for Compliance

We often talk about OSHA as if it’s just one organization with one set of regulations. But, that’s not true. In addition to the federal OSHA, many states have their own health and safety plans that employers must comply with or risk being subject to penalties. This...

OSHA Removes Combustible Dust Standard from Regulatory Agenda

OSHA’s spring regulatory agenda, released late last week, does not include the combustible dust standard that the agency has been working on since 2009. OSHA cited “resource constraints and other priorities” as the reason for abandoning this and other rules related to...

Brochure Update: New Nilfisk Full Line Brochure Now Available

Nilfisk’s updated full line brochure is now available! Featured products include new Class II, Division 2 certified vacuum models to Nilfisk’s line of combustible dust housekeeping solutions and pneumatic conveying options for the food and pharmaceutical industries....

When Should I Change My Industrial Vacuum Cleaner Filter?

We’re often asked the question, “How do I know its time to change my vacuum cleaner filter?” Fortunately, Nilfisk Industrial Vacuum Cleaners require very little maintenance and upkeep. If you use the vacuum properly and change the filters regularly,...

Q&A: Combustible Dust Safety and Compliance

Last month, we hosted a free webinar on combustible dust safety and compliance. The goal was to clear up some common misconceptions and give health and safety professionals the tools they need to understand and protect against this hazard. If you missed the live...

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