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OSHA Expects to Issue Final Rule for Occupational Exposure to Silica in February

OSHA Expects to Issue Final Rule for Occupational Exposure to Silica in February

OSHA's fall 2015 semiannual regulatory agenda projects that the final rule for occupational exposure to respirable crystalline silica (i.e., quartz, cristobalite and tridymite), which has been in development for more than 15 years, will be completed in February 2016.

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Colden Tech Talk

Colden Tech Talk

Environmental Health & Safety (EHS) Management

EHS Management is an art form unto itself. Those who manage EHS departments or individuals frequently do not come from EHS backgrounds. They may have a difficult time understanding and managing EHS, even understanding and managing basic regulatory requirements.

 

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Nanotechnology and HSE Management Systems

Nanotechnology and HSE Management Systems

December 2015

The American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA) Nanotechnology Working Group periodically issues articles on heath and safety aspects of nanomaterials. The latest article can be found in the December issue of the Synergist which is now available online and in print.

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Colden Tech Talk

Colden Tech Talk

Keeping the Dust Down: Strategies for Managing Renovation Work In Occupied Buildings

We often come across situations where interior renovation projects must be performed in areas adjacent to occupied spaces or other sensitive areas. These types of projects usually require work that can produce excessive airborne dust and noise which, if not properly managed, can disrupt operations and affect productivity of employees working nearby.

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Colden Welcomes Michael Glowatz, MS, CIH, CSP

Colden Welcomes Michael Glowatz, MS, CIH, CSP

We are pleased to announce that Michael Glowatz, MS, CIH, CSP, will be joining the Colden team as a Senior Consultant working out of the Blue Bell, PA office. Mike brings the benefit of more than 35 years of experience in the environmental health and safety (EHS) field.  He has worked in a variety of industries, including pharmaceutical, research and development, manufacturing, construction, and office-based management systems.

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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, Oct-Dec, 2015 (PDF)

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

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

OSHA Quarterly Updates, Jan-Mar, 2015 (PDF)

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Please Join Colden in Congratulating New York City Project Manager, Jim Miades, CIH

Please Join Colden in Congratulating New York City Project Manager, Jim Miades, CIH

Colden is proud to announce that senior project manager, Jim Miades, has been certified by the American Board of Industrial Hygiene as a Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH). As manager of Colden's New York City office, Jim has over 18 years of professional experience delivering hazardous materials management services with a focus on renovation and construction projects.

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Colden Tech Talk

Colden Tech Talk

Inhalable Particulate Sampling

Inhalable particulate is defined as particulate matter with a mean aerodynamic diameter of 100 microns (µm) or less and is practically defined as that size fraction of particulate which is able to enter the nose and mouth and are hazardous when deposited anywhere in the respiratory tract.

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