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OSHA Update and Safety and Health Management Systems 2009 DOL Forum Jim Shelton, Houston North
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Topic Areas OSHA Update and Emphasis Areas Business Case Elements of an Effective Safety Program OSHA Compliance Assistance Overview Finding Safety Resources
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OSHA Update New Deputy Assistant Secretary and Acting Assistant Secretary Donald Shalhoub Updated Field Operations Manual (CPL 02-00-148 replaces the Field Inspection Reference Manual (FIRM) Advanced Notice of Proposed Rulemaking related to combustible dust
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OSHA Update Stimulus Work – Looking for outreach possibilities for companies involved in stimulus work, green or renewable energy ect. Industrial Hygiene – Look for increased OSHA outreach and enforcement related to industrial hygiene including increased air monitoring and sampling for potential over exposures
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Emphasis Industries FY 09 Operational Plan Industries: Highway, Street, and Bridge Construction Landscaping/Horticultural Services Oil and Gas Field Services Residential Building Construction Blast Furnaces and Basic Steel Products Concrete and Concrete Products Fruits and Vegetables
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Emphasis Hazards FY 09 Operational Plan Hazards: Combustible Dust Electrical Falls from Elevation Noise (Non-Construction) Silica Struck-By Trenching
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National Emphasis Programs PSM Refineries (NEP) Silica (NEP) Amputations (NEP) Combustible Dust (NEP) Trenching (NEP) Falls (NEP) Portland Cement
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Regional Emphasis Programs Construction (REP) Demolition (REP) Powerlines (REP) Work Zone (REP) Cranes in Construction (REP) Falls in General Industry (REP) Highway & Bridge Construction and Maintenance (REP) High Noise Industries (REP)
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H1N1 Influenza OSHA has a number of publications and resources addressing pandemic flu Preparations and planning are important in the event this or another virus emerges Typist During 1918 Influenza
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H1N1 Influenza The CDC recommends: Employees should be alert for the symptoms of influenza. If you exhibit such symptoms as fever, cough, sore throat, body aches, headache, and chills, you should request leave from your supervisor, stay home, and limit contact with other people to prevent the spread of infection. Seek appropriate medical attention, and follow any instructions from your primary care provider
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H1N1 Influenza Practice good hygiene. Wash your hands often with soap and water, especially after your cough or sneeze, after using the restroom, and before touching your eyes, mouth, or nose. Alcohol-based hand cleaners are also effective if soap and water are not readily available Practice good respiratory etiquette. Sneeze or cough into a tissue; then carefully dispose of the tissue in a waste receptacle
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H1N1 Influenza Avoid sneezing or coughing in the direction of other employees, and avoid sneezing into your bare hands Employees who work in healthcare or
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This note was uploaded on 12/09/2011 for the course STATS 221 taught by Professor Nielson during the Fall '10 term at BYU.

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