On September 24, Denise Aronson moderated an informative and thought-provoking panel discussion investigating the role of worker safety, facility safety and compliance in the successful launch and sustainable growth of any life science business.
As an involved Board Member and Outreach Committee chair of The Bioscience Network (TBN), Denise is thrilled to announce the upcoming leadership event held at the Law offices of Bingham McCutchen on Thursday, October 24, 2013.
We're offering a one-day training in house that provides certification to the First Responder Operations Level (FROL). This course provides a regulatory review, discusses hazard and risk assessment, and provides spill response guidance that can be taken by those individuals with this level of certification.
Safety Partners, Inc. and Waltham Consulting are co-hosting the 3rd Annual Lab Productivity Micro-Conference where seminars and exhibits will feature ways to help make the laboratory more efficient and compliant.
Is your company on the leading edge of accident prevention? Leading Indicators are essential for a strong safety program. Join your colleagues in this interesting Forum that will improve your safety program.
The Hazardous Material Process or Processing Regulation, 527 CMR 33.00, came into effect on February 3, 2012, and was developed to improve communication between facilities that handle hazardous materials and local fire departments. This regulation applies to “a process which involves or produces a Hazardous Material which occurs in a vessel.”
OSHA has amended the Hazard Communication Standard (HCS), 29 CFR 1910.1200, to be aligned with The Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS) in an effort to enhance both employer and worker comprehension of hazards.
It’s that time of year again, where the mornings are getting cooler and the kids are about to go back to school…Yup, the summer is winding down. A week ago we celebrated with co-workers and family members alike at Kimball Farms in Westford, MA and it couldn’t have been a more perfect summer day – warm, sun shining, a bit breezy.