Colden Corporation continues to monitor the evolving situation with the coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2, following the guidance of public health authorities and taking steps to keep our employees safe and support our clients and partners. We remain open to provide services remotely as well as on-site for critical work functions.
Colden epidemiologist, Dr. Shannon Magari will be leading the Colden teams dedicated to COVID-19 response.
This Tech Talk provides a basic overview of 3D printing processes and hazards. Part 2 in this series will provide additional details on exposure assessment methods and results.
Additive manufacturing or “3D printing” is a set of technology platforms used to build 3D objects through the successive addition of material into the programmed shape. Metallic, ceramic, polymer, composite or other objects are made from 3D model data using printer parameters to deposit and join materials, usually layer by layer.
Colden’s Senior Consultant, Catherine Bobenhausen, MS, CIH, CSP, FAIHA, LEED AP BD+C served on the Project Technical Committee charged with developing FEMA P-2055: Post-disaster Building Safety Evaluation Guidance, Report on the Current State of Practice including Recommendations Related to Structural and Nonstructural Safety and Habitability, and contributed best practices and precautions related to environmental hazards with input from Colden’s Project Manager, Chrisy Walsh, MS, CIH.
The shape of the modern workplace has changed—today’s office can be anywhere from one’s home, in a coffee shop, or at a client’s site. Despite these challenges, developing a positive working environment can be achieved through communicating the value of ergonomics, and increasing awareness of the existing and potential work-related injuries to employees.
Looking for a replacement for solvents to perform your de-greasing and cleaning tasks in your work environment? Is carbon dioxide (CO2) or dry ice pellet blasting a viable alternative?
This event has been rescheduled from March 24th to TUESDAY, JUNE 2, 2020.
Colden will attend the Central New York Chapter of the Air & Waste Management Association 24th annual Technical Conference in conjunction with the CNY Chapter of the American Industrial Hygiene Association. This year’s event will be held at The Lodge at Welch Allyn (William Noah Allyn International Conference Center), Skaneateles, NY.