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10 Most Cited OSHA Standards: Are You In Accordance?
Every year, OSHA puts together a list of the most frequently cited standards. This “Top Ten” list is a good reference point to internally audit your company for potential hazards. Fall Protection in construction. Hazard Communication. Scaffolding in construction. Respiratory...
KTBS 3 Investigates – What’s in the flood water?
KTBS.com - Shreveport, LA News, Weather and Sports Shreveport LA -To say the flooding has been a headache for impacted Arklatex homeowners and businesses would be an understatement. There's so much to clean-up, restore, and deal with. But above everything, your health and the health of your home...
SRP Environmental Ranks No. 2465 on the 2014 Inc. 5000
Inc. Magazine Unveils 33rd Annual List of America’s Fastest-Growing Private Companies—the Inc. 5000 SRP Environmental Ranks No. 2465 on the 2014 Inc. 5000 NEW YORK, August 20, 2014 -- Inc. magazine today ranked SRP Environmental NO. XX on its 33rd annual Inc. 500|5000, an exclusive...
Asbestos & Renovating: 5 Things Not To Do
Tearing into materials that contain asbestos can be detrimental to your family's or employees health, which is why it is important to contact a professional prior to any renovation or demolition work. As a general rule, if the structure or building was built during or prior to the 1970s, there...
Are Your Workers Engaged in Safety?
A successful safety program starts and ends with engaged workers.  The goal of a safety program is to protect workers from potential hazards.   A successful safety program will also have the support of upper management who actively abide by the policies in place and set a good example for...
Know These 4 Common Environmental Issues
Environmental management can easily become an oversight as businesses expand and as management responsibilities are shifted.  Non-industrial and commercial facilities may not be aware of these issues because their primary line of business does not require an environmental manager. For example,...