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OSHA’s risk-based approach to regulations hailed by ASSE
OSHA's risk-based approach to regulations hailed by ASSE

October 29, 2012

The American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) has expressed its supported for five federal agencies, including the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), for their work to develop risk-based regulations for the oil and gas industry, Bloomberg reports. Continue reading

Florida water plant takes a closer look at plant maintenance management
Florida water plant takes a closer look at plant maintenance management

October 26, 2012

Port St. Joe, Florida recently completed renovations on a its water plant, and to ensure it continues to operate in optimum shape, the facilities managers are looking to implement a strong plant maintenance management program to closely inspect certain areas. Continue reading

EPA extends stay by 45 days at New Mexico generation plant
EPA extends stay by 45 days at New Mexico generation plant

October 24, 2012

New Mexico utility PNM Resources recently announced that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency had made plans to extend its administrative stay by 45 days as it looks to implement a federal air quality standards plan. Continue reading

Library fund trustees approve maintenance project, spending
Library fund trustees approve maintenance project, spending

October 19, 2012

The Trust Committee in charge of the trust fund that oversees the Treat Memorial Library in Livermore Falls, Maine, recently approved a measure to spend $22,000 to complete repairs and perform maintenance at the public facility. Continue reading

Houston construction company cited for improper road maintenance activities
Houston construction company cited for improper road maintenance activities

October 18, 2012

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) announced on October 12, 2012, that Houston, Texas-based Williams Brothers Construction Co. Inc. had been cited with one repeat and one serious violation at a highway work zone. Continue reading

Universities focusing on better lab safety
Universities focusing on better lab safety

October 17, 2012

Several incidents, investigations and court cases all over the country have put the spotlight on the safety of laboratories on college campuses, and several are responding to the issue by making significant changes. Continue reading

Pennsylvania county needs better maintenance program, expert says
Pennsylvania county needs better maintenance program, expert says

October 15, 2012

Allegheny County, Pennsylvania’s buildings and bridges are in dire need of repairs, which should be performed before the city even thinks about buying any new real estate, said Controller Chelsa Wagner. Continue reading

University of Houston to improve recreation facilities maintenance
University of Houston to improve recreation facilities maintenance

October 12, 2012

The University of Houston Campus Recreation and Wellness Center has been the focus of a number of renovations, which has given the facility innovative design, construction and functionality qualities. Continue reading

OSHA cites Wisconsin chemical company for process safety management issues
OSHA cites Wisconsin chemical company for process safety management issues

October 11, 2012

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), a segment of the U.S. Department of Labor, announced on October 10, 2012, that it had cited Fontarome Chemical Inc. for a number of serious safety violations. Continue reading

Colorado county to spend $9.7 million on capital projects next year
Colorado county to spend $9.7 million on capital projects next year

October 10, 2012

Pitkin County, Colorado’s new budget for 2013 includes $9.7 million in capital projects, which were presented to county commissioners on Tuesday, October 9, the Aspen Times reports. Continue reading

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