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This week on Tuesday Training, we start a two-part look at recent regulatory changes regarding workplace fall protection. The latest version of OSHA regulations in this area started to go into effect at the start of 2017. The new regs are intended to improve walking-working surfaces and establish a new fall protection standard. Some requirements

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Your organization probably depends on waterway shipping, maybe more than you realize. According to the American Association of Port Authorities, Each AMERICAN state relies on at least 15 seaports to handle its imports and exports. As of 2016, these ports handle more than $3.8 billion worth of goods each day. Since EHS managers are frequently

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Complete Crisis Management can only succeed with the participation of senior managementEssentially, Findlay All Hazards provides new skills to its clients, and in many cases, those skills are hands-on actions that EHS managers and techs will call upon to prevent or respond to incidents. Many such incidents are minor events, such as small, containable spills.

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One of Findlay’s first specialties was Emergency Management, the discipline of how to respond to disasters and unexpected incidents. Findlay All Hazards has been training business leaders and public sector professionals about how to team-build, plan, and coordinate with local responders since 1989. So, when NIMS (the National Incident Management System) was codified in 2004

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While Findlay is now teaching derailment response, common rail safety is always a good subject for refresher training. Railcar safety training has been a more frequent assignment at Findlay All Hazards in the last year, as we continue our series of grant-funded Rail-Car Incident Response workshops. Spending time with those with EHS responsibilities related to rail

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Typical Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER) training focuses on regulatory information and practical exercises. Findlay All Hazards sees that simple approach as a pitfall for organizations who are seeking not just compliance, but a safer work environment. Why just learn how to react to incidents when you can also learn how to prevent

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