Are oil spill kits required by OSHA? The simple answer is, no. While there are many OSHA and EPA requirements on how to be prepared for spills, the regulations do not specifically require spills kits.
Articles on environmental and safety compliance for manufacturing facilities.
This article provides a centralized overview of spill plan compliance and best practices from several different regulatory perspectives – OSHA, EPA, and local agencies. We divided the content into six major topics.
While it’s been over three years since the EPA Wiper Rule went into effect, our graphics customers continue to ask questions on this important compliance requirement regarding solvent-contaminated wipers.
Find out how to manage your used oil absorbents and rags with this state and federal compliance guide.
The ANSI Standard for First Aid kits changed in June 2015. The revised assortment and quantity of supplies included in a first aid kit were chosen based upon a review of increased workplace incidents requiring first aid treatment, similar international standards, and current practices in treating injuries.
Get the facts on how to store, manage, and transport solvent-contaminated wipes at your facility.
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