Industrial Safety and Health for Infrastructure Services provides an in-depth look into the areas of transportation, utilities, administrative, waste management, and remediation. It covers OSHA regulations in reference to the major safety and health hazards associated within these five fields. This user-friendly text: Provides guidance on removal, delimiting, and mitigation of safety and health hazards Includes a checklist and other tools to assist in assuring the achievement of a safer workplace, reasonably free from safety and health hazards Uses real-world examples and relevant illustrations as integral parts of each chapter The content describes the safety hazards applied to chemical waste, confined spaces, electrical hazards, excavations/trenches, falls, flammable gases, and machine safety (motor vehicle and power tools). It also discusses the occupational illnesses that transpire in the service industry, while placing emphasis on the prevention of these exposures to help ensure a safer workplace.... independent pressure inspector every 3 years as recommended by the National Board Inspection Code (NBIC). Inspection intervals for pressure vessels will be determined using in-service inspection criteria in the NBIC inspection code.
|Title||:||Industrial Safety and Health for Infrastructure Services|
|Author||:||Charles D. Reese|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 2008-10-24|