FCA Safety Bulletins: Monthly Safety Newsletter for Finishing Contractors
As part of the FCA International Safety Program, FCA sends out monthly Safety Bulletins to all members to keep them abreast of the latest safety information. If you are an FCA member and not currently receiving this bulletins, email Jeremy Fitch to be added to the distribution list.
See below for the 2017 FCA Safety Bulletins!
Key topics: scaffolds, gloves, aerial lifts and productivity vs. safety.
Key topics: fall protection, harnesses and lanyards, OSHA's "Volks" Recordkeeping Rule, OSHA Crane Regulations Compliance Deadline.
Key topics: hazard communication, chemical gloves, OSHA crane operator requirements, OSHA silica standard.
Key topics: trenching and excavation, head protection, OSHA language guidelines, OSHA beryllium exposure standard/
Key topics: electrical safety, arc flash protection, OSHA's new silica standard, powered industrial trucks, OSHA forklift regulations/
Key topics: hand tool and power safety, face shields, incentive program and top OSHA violations for 2016.
Key topics: occupational health exposures, respiratory protection, OSHA post-accident drug testing rule and disciplinary programs & OSHA's new recordkeeping rule.
Key topics: fire prevention, hearing protection, OSHA's top 10 most frequently cited standards in 2015 and anti-retaliation protections.
Key topics: confined spaces, 4-gas monitors, automatic post-accident drug testing and OSHA safety compliance recordkeeping.
Key topics: cranes, footwear, OSHA fine increases, introduction to your EMR.
Key topics: forklifts, safety glasses, final rule on working surfances and fall protection systems.
Key topics: scaffolding, gloves, OSHA workplace injury rules and understanding ROI on safety management systems.
Key topics: fall protection, harnesses and lanyards, new OSHA safety procedures for silica and understanding OSHA's final rule on eye/face protection.
Key topics: hazard communication, chemical resistant gloves, creating tornado preparedness plan and preventing heat-related illnesses.
Key topics: excavating and trenching, hardhats, new hazard communication standard and safety incentive programs.