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OSHA Requests Input on Standards to Improve Chemical Safety

Yesterday OSHA announced a request for information (RFI) seeking public comment on potential revisions to its Process Safety Management (PSM) standard, related standards, and other policy options to prevent major chemical incidents. According to OSHA's press release, the RFI is in response to an executive order issued in August to improve chemical facility safety and security.

In addition to input on its PSM standard , OSHA requests public comment on potential revisions to its Explosives and Blasting Agents standard , potential updates to its Flammable Liquids standard and Spray Finishing standard , and potential changes to PSM enforcement policies.

The RFI has yet to be published in the Federal Register . After its publication, the public will have 90 days to submit written comments to OSHA.

View the RFI on OSHA's website . For more information, visit OSHA's Web page on Executive Order 13650 : Improving Chemical Facility Safety and Security.
June, 2013 Newsletter
News Release: EPA Takes Action Against Violators of the Lead Renovation, Repair and Painting Rule

WASHINGTON - Today, EPA announced 17 enforcement actions for violations of the Lead Renovation, Repair and Painting rule (RRP).

The RRP rule protects homeowners and tenants from dangerous lead dust that can be left behind after common renovation, repair, and painting work. It requires that contractors and subcontractors be properly trained and certified, and use lead-safe work practices to ensure that lead dust is minimized. Lead exposure can cause a range of health effects, from behavioral problems and learning disabilities to seizures and death, putting young children at the greatest risk because their nervous systems are still developing.  

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