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How I Ended Up in Occupational Health and Safety

by Megan Savage 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 problems by myself.  L...

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Pucuda Leading Edge Safety Net

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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Pucuda Leading Edge Safety Net

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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MMA Career Fair

United Alliance Services Celebrates our Massachusetts Maritime Graduates

Ronald Raasch is the latest Massachusetts Maritime Academy (MMA) graduate that has joined forces with United Alliance Services (UASC). He graduated from MMA with his Bachelor of Science in Marine Safety and Environmental Protection.  After graduation, he went on to travel the world with...

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Free OSHA Symposium on Protecting Healthcare Workers from Ebola

OSHA will be hosting a symposium on protecting healthcare workers from the deadly Ebola virus. The Ebola and Infectious Diseases Symposium will take place on March 12th at the University of Texas Arlington. Representatives from OSHA, municipal service agencies, and first responders will be p...

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Navy Veteran and Co-Owner of United Alliance Services, Marc A. Bianco

Marc Bianco to Present Residential Fall Protection & Signal Person, Rigging and Crane Awareness at NERCA Convention at Foxwoods in CT March 25 & 26

by Meg Whynot-Young Marc Bianco, EVP Technical Services /COO, United Alliance Services, has been invited to present at the 89th Annual North East Roofing Contractors Association (NERCA) at Foxwoods Casino & Resort in Mashantucket, Connecticut on March 25 & 26, 2015. The North E...

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UASC Class with Dr. Gilbert

Massachusetts OSHA General Industry Outreach Courses March 23-25

General industry refers to any industry that is not included in agriculture, construction or maritime.  Those who work in the healthcare and manufacturing industries are the most frequently required to take OSHA training by their employers. OSHA General Industry Outreach courses give...

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United Alliance Services Representative wearing a respirator during an OSHA 10 hour class demo

Massachusetts First Aid CPR & AED Class March 17, 2015

By Meg Whynot-Young Don't leave safety to the luck of the Irish, join us for Standard First Aid and Adult CPR/ AED Training. You will learn how to apply the skills necessary to respond to respiratory, cardiac emergencies, including airway obstruction, rescue breathing, CPR, the use of an ...

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