Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasure (SPCC) Plans

To prevent oil spills from reaching waterways, the EPA requires facilities to follow a spill prevention, control and countermeasure, or SPCC, plan.

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Vehicle Backing Safety

1 out of every 4 vehicle accidents occur while backing. Though they often occur at low speeds, these accidents can have serious and even fatal consequences.

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Active Shooter: Run, Hide, Fight

Nobody likes to think about a shooting happening in their school or office but having an emergency plan can be the key to survival.

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Lithium Batteries: Safe Handling, Storage and Disposal

Lithium batteries are used in many devices present in the workplace. Proper use, handling and storage are important for keeping workers safe on the job.

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Floor and Drain Cleaning in Food Manufacturing

Floors and drains, a notorious source of foodborne pathogens, are a commonly overlooked source of contamination in food manufacturing.

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Passenger Van Driver Safety

Many organizations choose to transport passengers using twelve- to fifteen-passenger vans, but treating them like standard vehicles could be risky.

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Current Good Manufacturing Practices in Food Production

Current good manufacturing practices (CGMPs) are general practices and procedures recommended by the FDA to ensure product safety and quality.

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Pest Control in Food Manufacturing

Pests are naturally drawn to food manufacturing and processing plants. Common pests in and around these facilities include rodents, flies, cockroaches, beetles, spiders, and birds.

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Organic Peroxides in the Workplace

Organic peroxides are highly useful chemicals which are used in a wide range of laboratory and plastics manufacturing applications. They are also unstable and require care during transportation, handling and storage.

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