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  • 08 24

    OSHA Clarifies Knuckle-Boom Truck Crane Regulations...

    OSHA clarifies whether an articulating knuckle-boom truck crane is covered by the cranes and derricks construction standard In an interpretation letter dated June 23, 2016, OSHA clarified that when using an articulating knuckle-boom truck crane equipped with an automatic overload prevention device to hoist packaged building materials stored on pallets supported underneath by forks or a cradle attached to a boom of a truck crane from the bed of a truck, to be unloaded at elevation, the activity is regulated under the cranes and derricks construction standard. The use of an articulating knuckle-boom truck crane is only excluded from the Cet article OSHA Clarifies Knuckle-Boom Truck Crane Regulations est apparu en premier sur EHS Blog Red-On-Line.+ More

  • 08 22

    Air Emissions Risk Assessment for Environmental Permits (UK)...

    Amendment to air emissions risk assessment for your environmental permit ‘Air emissions risk assessment for your environmental permit’ guidance has been amended, specifically relating to PECs (Predicted Environmental Concentrations) and Protected Conservation Areas. The original guidance was published 1st February 2016, updated 2nd August 2016 and relates to England. In relation to the ‘Air emissions risk assessment for your environmental permit’, a number of amendments have been made. This includes: In the second stage of screening, the section previously referred to as ‘Screen out insignificant PECs (Predicted Environmental Concentrations)’ is now referred as ‘Screen out PECs from detailed modelling’. The Cet article Air Emissions Risk Assessment for Environmental Permits (UK) est apparu en premier sur EHS Blog Red-On-Line.+ More

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