It was determined that OSHA’s original permissible Beryllium exposure limit was outdated and ineffective to prevent diseases associated with this element. The catalyst for the enforcement is due to a consensus in the scientific community that there needs to be more protective measures in place. The original compliance date of March 12, 2018 has been currently extended to May 11th, 2018. The new rule is codified in three standards, General Industry, Construction, and Shipyard.
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With shorter attention span, today learners prefer to learn just in time, just in place and just enough. Learn 4 benefits of microlearning in this blog.
New OSHA recordkeeping rule takes effect January 1, 2017, requires certain employers to electronically record and report occupational injury and illness data.