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OSHA Issues Final Rule for Occupational Exposure to Silica

 OSHA Issues Final Rule for Occupational Exposure to Silica

On March 25, 2016 the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) issued its final rule on occupational exposure to respirable crystalline silica. The rule will help protect the estimated 2.3 million U.S. workers that are exposed to silica in their workplaces. The rule is comprised of two standards, one for Construction, and one for General Industry and Maritime.

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Colden Tech Talk

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How Clean is Clean?

When cleaning in a biosafety laboratory, it is important to answer the question, "How clean is clean?" In a laboratory setting the definition of "clean" can mean the difference between life and death in a worst case scenario and between successful weeks of work and lost experiments and product. Even professionals often use the terms decontaminate and disinfect interchangeably.

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New NYSDOL Mold Assessment Requirements

New NYSDOL Mold Assessment Requirements

Water infiltration into a building envelope can lead to undesirable effects on the indoor environmental quality (IEQ) if not mitigated quickly. Active mold growth, or amplification, can occur between 24 and 48 hours depending on how favorable the conditions are. The evaluation and remediation procedures for mold-affected materials and indoor environments are now governed by the New York State Department of Labor's (NYSDOL) Article 32 of the labor law.

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Understanding the Complexities of Respiratory Protection

Many valuable publications cover and interpret OSHA's Respiratory Protection Standard (29 CFR 1910.134), yet respiratory-related violations consistently remain at the top of the list of cited OSHA violations. In October of 2015, OSHA reported respirator-related violations as the fourth most cited standard violation for Fiscal 2015.

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Colden to present and exhibit at the SESHA 38th Annual Symposium and Exposition

 Colden to present and exhibit at the SESHA 38th Annual Symposium and Exposition

Tuesday, May 3, 2016
3:00 pm
Scottsdale Resort & Conference Center, AZ

Senior Consultant Michele Shepard, PhD, MS, CIH, will present on "Risk Management Strategies for Semiconductor Chemicals without Occupational Exposure Limits". Dr. Shepard's abstract can be reviewed here SESHA Symposium 2016 Abstracts.

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OSHA Updates

OSHA Updates

Stay up-to-date with the latest Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) standards announced quarterly.

Latest: OSHA Quarterly Updates, Jan-Mar, 2016 (PDF)

OSHA Quarterly Updates, Oct-Dec, 2015 (PDF)

OSHA Quarterly Updates, July-Sept, 2015 (PDF)

OSHA Quarterly Updates, Apr-Jun, 2015 (PDF)

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Proud Sponsor and Exhibitor of AIHce 2016

Proud Sponsor and Exhibitor of AIHce 2016

May 21-26, 2016

Colden is proud to sponsor the 2016 AIHce Conference and Expo in Inner Harbor Baltimore, Maryland. Colden Senior consultants will also be exhibiting at Booth 321.

The AIHce 2016 event boasts engaging general sessions, professional development courses, innovative technical sessions, and networking opportunities.

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Colden Tech Talk

Colden Tech Talk

Tinnitus and Hearing Loss

Jake woke up on Thanksgiving morning and noticed a ringing in his ears. He was in middle school. What he did not know at the time was that the ringing would not go away. Through high school, college, and now working as an engineer, the ringing never stopped. Jake was unwittingly joining an estimated 40 to 50 million Americans with tinnitus.

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