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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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Honoring Our Veterans

Today we salute those who have dedicated their time to serving in the U.S. Military. Today we also remember those we have lost, and the families they left behind.We have a great number of Veterans on staff at United Alliance Services, and today we would like to take a moment to say thank you...

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More than 100 OSHA Standards Have Training Requirements

According to OSHA’s new publication - “Resource for Development and Delivery of Training to Workers”, there are more than 100 current OSHA standards that include training requirements. Your health and safety program should and probably does include training, but do you know if it covers all ...

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Seven Training Requirements for U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Contractors Under EM 385-1-1

If you are a contractor working with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), there are several training requirements for personnel of which you should be aware. We’ve made a short list of seven requirements below, but if you need all of the safety requirements under EM 385 you can read it ...

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Safety After Disaster: OSHA Disaster Site Worker Training

Photo Credit: Daquella Manera via Those who respond to disaster sites are exposed to some unique workplace hazards. Their working environment is an unpredictable, changing landscape, often fraught with human trauma. There are physical as well as emotional tolls that ...

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25% Military Discount

United Alliance Services is a proud supporter of US Military service members. In order to show that support we offer a 25% discount year round on all open enrollment trainings to active military and veterans. This is a small way of saying thank you for all that you do. Almost half of our ...

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