• Department of Labor Approves Update to Better Protect Workers, First Responders

    • By OSHA
    • Added on Jun 04, 2024

    On May 2nd, The Department of Labor announced a final rule from its Occupational Safety and Health Administration that will update the current Hazard Communication Standard to better protect workers by improving the amount and quality of information on labels and safety data sheets and allow workers and first responders to react more quickly in an emergency. The updates take effect on July 19, 2024. read more

  • OSHA Unveils 2023 Injury and Illness Statistics Report

    • By OSHA
    • Added on Apr 24, 2024

    Last week, the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration published its 2023 injury and illness data. The data was collected under the agency's new Improve Tracking of Workplace Injuries and Illnesses regulation, which was published July 2023. read more

  • Puttin' on the Ritz

    • By Spray Foam Magazine Team
    • Added on Jan 16, 2024

    On the Mark Spray Foam, LLC. are based in Tampa, Florida, and they have won some impressive jobs as a preferred vendor of the city. They recently completed a commercial project utilizing their experience, logistics and patience. read more

  • It’s Electric

    • By Spray Foam Magazine Team
    • Added on Jul 30, 2023

    Construction work requires electrical power for numerous reasons, and oftentimes, sites have to use temporary wiring as a solution. Therefore, it’s imperative that building managers follow the rules set by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). read more

  • OSHA Issues Emergency Temporary Standard

    • By OSHA
    • Added on Nov 10, 2021

    The U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration today announced a new emergency temporary standard to protect more than 84 million workers from the spread of the coronavirus on the job. The nation's unvaccinated workers face grave danger from workplace exposure to coronavirus, and immediate action is necessary to protect them. read more

  • Stop the Fall

    • By Spray Foam Magazine Staff
    • Added on Jul 23, 2021

    Falls continue to be one of the highest causes of injury and death in the U.S. workplace. However, trips and falls can be prevented with employers ensuring that the work area is set up in such a way that all OSHA fall protection guidelines are adhered to. For example, OSHA requires fall protection be provided at elevations of six feet in the construction industry and that fall protection be provided when working over hazardous equipment and machinery, irrespective of the fall distance. read more