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Missouri receives compliance help from EPA
Missouri receives compliance help from EPA

January 30, 2013

Missouri changed its state water quality standards rules, which were recently approved by EPA Region 7, and will give the state's National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit program a bit more freedom. Continue reading

West Virginia town focuses on municipal maintenance
West Virginia town focuses on municipal maintenance

January 25, 2013

At a recent Marlinton, West Virginia Town Council meeting, Mayor Joe Smith spoke on topics ranging from the turnout at the annual town Christmas parade to the hard work the Pocahontas County Parks and Recreation Department has done lately. Continue reading

OSHA announces 2013 targeted inspection plan
OSHA announces 2013 targeted inspection plan

January 25, 2013

On January 24, 2013, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) announced that it had issued its annual plan for inspections under the Federal Agency Targeting Inspection Program. Continue reading

Western Illinois University renames physical plant to better reflect true duties
Western Illinois University renames physical plant to better reflect true duties

January 17, 2013

Western Illinois University's Physical Plant was recently renamed the the school's Facilities Management, which university officials say is a better depiction of what goes on at the plant, and paints it in the proper light. Continue reading

Raising the bar for better plant maintenance
Raising the bar for better plant maintenance

January 15, 2013

Standardizing maintenance management programs is often difficult for companies, and requires an in-depth look at all processes and assets, but give both employees and customers an outline for expected levels of quality. Continue reading

OSHA develops new plan to lower occupational injuries from fall hazards
OSHA develops new plan to lower occupational injuries from fall hazard

January 10, 2013

On January 8, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) announced it had issued its yearly inspection plan, which includes information on how the agency will target specific areas where the risks are highest. Continue reading

Study finds U.S. lab safety practices are inadequate
Study finds U.S. lab safety practices are inadequate

January 9, 2013

A recent study, conducted jointly by a group of organizations and universities, found that the safety practices performed by lab technicians typically are not as safe as managers perceive them to be. Continue reading

Kansas universities attack their deferred maintenance backlog
Kansas universities attack their deferred maintenance backlog

January 7, 2013

Through the recession and slow recovery, universities throughout Kansas suffered from serious deferred maintenance backlogs that led to the degradation of many assets and facilities. Continue reading

Transocean to pay $1 billion in penalties related to Deepwater Horizon
Transocean to pay $1 billion in penalties related to Deepwater Horizon

January 3, 2013

On January 3, 2012, the Environmental Protection Agency announced that Transocean Deepwater Inc. announced it would plead guilty to Clean Water Act violations, and pay a sum of more than $1 billion in civil and criminal fines and penalties. Continue reading

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