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OSHA Enforcement of NEW Construction Confined Space Standard in MA, RI, CT, NY and NJ starts Oct. 2, 2015

The new confined space standards are now effective, and as of October 2, 2015, OSHA will begin enforcing the new standard. Are you ready? If not, we can help. We have updated our training to cover Subpart AA-Confined Spaces in Construction 1926.1200-1213, which replaces OSHA construction sta...

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Six States in the Northeast that Require OSHA 10/30 Hour Outreach Training

In total there are eight states that require a minimum of OSHA 10 Hour Construction Training for all workers on public construction projects. Six of those states are in the Northeast: Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island.Contractors in these stat...

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NY, NJ and PA Construction Contractors working in Philadelphia are now required to have OSHA 10/30 Hour training

Sign up for our newsletter to get the latest OSHA Compliance news in your inbox. Photo Credit:Tuomas_Lehtinen at FreeDigitalPhotos.net Philadelphia will be enacting new safety training requirements by September 30, 2015. The new code changes to Philadelphia Code, Title 4, Subcode A, Sectio...

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2015 Fall Class Schedule: OSHA 10 & 30, HAZWOPER, First Aid

OSHA 10/30 Maritime | OSHA 10/30 Construction | OSHA 10/30 General Industry| HAZWOPER  | GHS | First Aid, CPR & AED Sign up for our newsletter and never be late for class.   First Aid CPR & AED Next Class 10/17/15 One day class that results in a CPR/First Aid...

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United Alliance Services Presents OSHA Lab Safety and GHS at BEGO Lab Day East 2015

On September 19, 2015 United Alliance Services will be presenting the first clinic of the day , “OSHA Lab Safety and GHS Made Simple!” at the LMT Lab Day East 2015 in Atlantic City, NJ.  Megan Savage, Consultant/Instructor will be teaching the class. In this one hour course she will cov...

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How I Ended Up in Occupational Health and Safety

PHOTO CREDIT: freedigitalphoto/duron123 Why did I become the dreaded safety guy?  I guess I fell into this role. As a younger me, I was going to save the world! I would stop hunger and brutality and all things evil. As I grew up I realized that I couldn’t solve all of the world’s pro...

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UASC and Pucuda-Leading Edge Provide Full Service Safety Netting Systems

United Alliance Services has long been a leader in occupational health and safety audits and inspections for the New England and Tri-State regions. Our safety consultants have years of experience on the job and provide comprehensive reports to our clients that identify and prioritize hazardo...

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Excavation Accident in Plymouth, MA

The construction accident that killed Charles Pace, 66, of Whitman, MA, is under investigation by Massachusetts State Police, Plymouth Police, OSHA and the district attorney’s office. Pace was an employee of P.A. Landers in Plymouth, MA and was killed when the mound of sand he was working...

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NAVSEA Regulation 009-74

NAVSEA, or Naval Sea Systems Command, is the system command responsible for engineering, building, buying and maintaining the US Navy’s fleet of ships. With a budget of almost $30 billion, it is the largest of the Navy’s five system commands. The team that comprises NAVSEA is a mixture of 60...

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Fall Prevention in Construction: Safety Nets

United Alliance Services is joining the National Safety Stand-Down to Prevent Falls in Construction.  Employers will be conducting safety stand-down activities from May 4-15 across the nation. Stand-down activities include stopping work activities to talk about safety; in this case, ...

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