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Cool It!!! Addressing Heat Related Illness

by | Thursday, June 23, 2016 | 0 comment(s)

Addressing heat illness on the job site is a must for worker safety in hot summer months.There are several types of heat illness the most serious two are Heat Exhaustion and Heat Stroke. Heat related illness can be deadly. In 2014, 18 workers died from heat stroke and thousands suffered from heat illnesses.Symptoms of Heat Exhaustion include:DizzinessHeadacheSweaty SkinWeaknessCrampsNausea, vomitingFast heart beatSymptoms of Heat Stroke include:Red, hot, dry skinHigh body temperatureConfusionCon...

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ICAO – IATA Po-tae-toe - Po-tot-tuh

by | Monday, May 09, 2016 | 0 comment(s)
You say tomato I say toe mot tuh

IATA Training, WHY?? In the United States of America the legal document for shipment of Hazardous Materials by Air is 49 CFR (Code of Federal Regulations). But wait ?? I thought to ship hazardous materials by aircraft I needed to get IATA training. And ..?? What about this thing called eye-kay-owe. (ICAO)? Or was it Bee-Eye-N-Gee-Owe? And what does any of this have to do with the price of peas in Peoria or beer in Baton Rouge? Humm.. Like we would say on the Bayou, “Let me take a look see, and...

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DOT and OSHA

by | Thursday, March 24, 2016 | 0 comment(s)
DOT vs OSHA

DOT requires maintenance on Commercial Vehicles. OSHA regulates the performance of all vehicle maintenance activities in terminal operations. OSHA also regulates mobile maintenance activities on the highways. DOT regulations apply to the road worthiness of the vehicle, not to the performance of the maintenance or the safety and health of the employees performing such tasks. The following links are to some of the OSHA Safety and Health Topics which may be applicable in your maintenance facility....

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