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  • Increased Access to Naloxone is Saving Lives

    Increased Access to Naloxone is Saving Lives   Clan Lab – July 20, 2017 Written by: Joe Mangiardi, NES, Inc. Life-saving naloxone is becoming more available to citizens across the country who are concerned with being equipped to reverse a potential opioid overdose.   Naloxone for Law Enforcement Provided by National Sheriffs’ Association and Purdue Pharma Pharmaceutical […]

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  • Brian Escamilla of NES and The Hazmat Guys

    Brian Escamilla of NES and The Hazmat Guys   Clan Lab / NES in the News – July 6, 2017 Written by: Joe Mangiardi, NES, Inc. Brian Escamilla teams up with The Hazmat Guys for a podcast about fentanyl.   Bob and Mike: The Hazmat Guys Bob Salvesen and Mike Monaco are The Hazmat Guys. Together they […]

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  • Heat Illness Prevention: Managing Rising Temperatures in the Workplace

    Heat Illness Prevention: Managing Rising Temperatures in the Workplace   NES Safety Topic – June 22, 2017 Written by: Joe Mangiardi, NES, Inc. Heat illness prevention revolves around rest, shade, and water.   Manage Rising Temperatures with Heat Illness Prevention Strategies As temperatures throughout California begin to steeply climb, it is time to remind employers and employees about […]

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  • Safe + Sound Week: Committing to an Effective Safety and Health Program

    Safe + Sound Week: Committing to an Effective Safety and Health Program   EH&S News – June 8, 2017 Written by: Joe Mangiardi, NES, Inc.  Safe + Sound Week emphasizes the importance of employers and employees working together to maintain an effective safety and health program   The Inaugural Safe + Sound Week Virtually every business can […]

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  • CRT Glass Landfill Disposal Likely to Continue

    CRT Glass Landfill Disposal Likely to Continue   EH&S News – May 25, 2017 Written by: Joe Mangiardi, NES, Inc. CRT glass landfill disposal is the new preferred option in California   CRT Glass Landfill Disposal on the Rise in California NES reported in the September 2016 article CRT Glass Disposition Emergency Regulations Extended that […]

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  • Occupational Exposure Banding: An OEL Placeholder

    Occupational Exposure Banding: An OEL Placeholder   EH&S News – May 11, 2017 Written by: Joe Mangiardi, NES, Inc. Occupational exposure banding is a process spanning various levels of scientific knowledge   Occupational Exposure Banding and NIOSH The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) has recently made available for comments a draft document […]

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  • Fall Safety Protection and the Fall Prevention Safety Stand-Down

    Fall Safety Protection Stand-Down to Prevent Falls in Construction   EH&S News / NES Safety Topic – April 28, 2017 Written by: Joe Mangiardi, NES, Inc. Take a break to discuss fall safety with all personnel: employers, employees, contractors, architects, engineers, owners, etc.   Fall Safety Protection and the Fall Prevention Safety Stand-Down Fall safety protection is […]

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  • Wet Weather and Roadside Work Zone Safety

    Wet Weather and Roadside Work Zone Safety   NES Safety Topic – April 14, 2017 Written by: Joe Mangiardi, NES, Inc. As recent wet weather in California will likely lead to an increase in roadside construction, roadside work zone safety will be a major concern.    National Work Zone Awareness Week We all have sped by […]

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  • OSHA Final Rule: Walking-Working Surfaces and Personal Fall Protection Systems

    OSHA Final Rule: Walking-Working Surfaces and Personal Fall Protection Systems   EH&S News – April 11, 2017 Written by: Joe Mangiardi, NES, Inc. Workers such as the one pictured here will be directly affected by the revised OSHA regulations governing the use of personal fall protection systems.   New OSHA Regulations on Walking-Working Surfaces and […]

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  • Use of Field Tests Comes into Question

    Use of Field Tests Comes into Question   Clan Lab – March 22, 2017 Written by: NES, Inc. Staff Misunderstood field test equipment can lead to undeserved arrests.   Field Test Results Questioned Recent events involving presumptive field tests have led to questions being raised about their use. Several months ago a field test of an unknown […]

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