OFSEC 2018 will bring together local and international exhibitors who will showcase their avant-garde solutions, specific transverse and latest technologies, cutting edge innovations, cost-effective products and services to meet the requirements of governments, businesses, industrial & commercial entities, aviation, construction, infrastructure, transportation, manufacturing, oil and gas and utilities sectors.
Dynamic economic and infrastructure development in Oman and the region has made the Middle East the most vibrant safety and security market in the world, with a growth rate of over 10% annually, since 2012, according to a recent research by G4S. There is a diverse demand for fire, safety and security equipment, ranging from the smallest of businesses to large corporates and home-users.
OFSEC is designed to meet the needs of the local, regional and international markets by
To protect personnel and manage compliance with OSHA’s HAZWOPER Standard at “uncontrolled hazardous waste sites” (e.g., Superfund sites), EHS professionals must have a full understanding of the Standard—especially the training requirements. Providing effective, up-to-date HAZWOPER training means knowing which employees are covered by which HAZWOPER requirements, in which situations, and what they must know before performing work that could endanger their health and well-being.
OSHA’s single HAZWOPER Standard at 29 CFR 1910.120 applies to three separate groups of employees, which can cause confusion when seeking out or delivering HAZWOPER training. Each of the three covered groups works toward a different objective, and each has different responsibilities when it comes to HAZarodus Waste OPerations and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER). As such, OSHA also maintains three sets of training requirements within the HAZWOPER rules.
Do you work at a Superfund site or other
The FAQs were developed by OSHA, along with industry and labor organizations. They provide guidance on the crystalline silica standard requirements for employers and workers in construction.
New frequently asked questions (FAQs) and training videos are available for OSHA's respirable crystalline silica in construction standard, the agency announced Aug. 22.
The FAQs were developed by OSHA, along with industry and labor organizations. They provide guidance on the crystalline silica standard requirements for employers and workers in construction, with separate sections on the standard's scope, exposure control methods, housekeeping, the required written exposure control plan, medical surveillance, employee training, and record-keeping.
There are also six videos on controlling silica dust in construction available on OSHA's website. The video series covers the