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Small and Mid-Sized Businesses: Be Heard by OSHA!

OSHA is updating its 1989 Safety and Health Program Management (SHPM) Guidelines. These guidelines were put into place to help employers voluntarily implement safety programs in their workplaces. The draft of the 2015 SHPM Guidelines has been released and is open for public comment until ...

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Shipyard Safety and OSHA Requirements

We offer several open enrollment OSHA 10 Hour Maritime #7615 classes throughout the year. Our next class is February 22 & 23. Give us a call to enroll (877) 399-1698 Open enrollment class schedule   Shipyard Safety Shipyards large and small are required to comply with OS...

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UASC is Growing! Welcome to Our Two New Safety Consultants

We have snapped up another stellar Massachuetts Maritime alum- Michael Desrosier.  Michael is a consummate environmental, health and safety professional. Prior to joining United Alliance Services Michael worked as an environmental compliance officer, facility manager and environment hea...

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CPR and AED Training for Healthcare Providers

Certain requirements apply to healthcare providers who need their CPR certification. One of these requirements is Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers CPR/AED certification from the American Heart Association.The Basic Life Support (BLS) for Healthcare Providers course is designed to ...

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2016 Workplace Safety Training Calendar

 2016 Open Enrollment Calendar  » View all of our upcoming classes online » Download a printable 2016 Class CalendarOSHA ConstructionOSHA General IndustryHAZWOPEROSHA Maritime  Download Registration FormHappy New Year from your friends atUnited Alliance Services...

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3 OSHA Rules to be Updated in 2016

Photo Credit: Stuart Miles The Fall Unified Agenda and Regulatory Plan released by The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) on November 19, 2015, scheduled changes to three important OSHA regulations.  The three regulations are permissible silica exposure limits, tracking of workpla...

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OSHA Training for New York Electricians

By Meg Whynot-Young Over the past decade, United Alliance Services has provided OSHA Compliance training to the Joint Industry Board of the Electrical Industry (JIBEI) /NY Local 3. JIBEI manages the health and welfare benefits for the Local 3 membership. One of the benefits of being a Loc...

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10 Tips for Securing Your Worksite for the Holidays

In-progress construction sites are typically hazardous areas. While workers are familiar with the site and trained and equipped to properly avoid hazards, the general public that may accidentally (or purposefully) wander onto the site are not. During the holiday season, construction sites...

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3 Ways to Handle an OSHA Citation

Many of our clients call us when they received an OSHA citation in the mail. An OSHA inspector has been out to their job site and now officially, in writing, they have an OSHA citation that needs to be dealt with- within 15 days. That means they have three options to choose from, as designat...

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Shop Small Saturday & Cyber Monday Preview

November 28 is Small Business Saturday(R), a day created specifically for small businesses like United Alliance Services. This year, don't just Shop Small(R) for our Dedication to your Safety. Do it for the businesses you love, for the community you call home, and for the money that can stay...

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