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Issue 40, June 2013
- Proposed changed to the District of Columbia asbestos regulations soon to be issued for public comment.
- Maryland Department of the Environments (MDE) clarification on vinyl asbestos tile and mastic.
- New MDE asbestos regulation requiring third party exams and fees for all asbestos disciplines.
- EPA issuing fines under the Lead Renovation, Repair and Painting (LRRP) rule.
- Environmental, health and safety concerns with Carbon Nanotubes.
- Employer’s implementation of the new Hazard Communication standard effective 1 December 2013
Issue 39, November 2012
- Asia's Heavy Use of Asbestos Equal Rise in Deaths
- What is EM-385-1-1 Training and Why You Need It?
- MD HB644 Expands Definition of Affected (Rental) Property
- Mold Remediation Services - Maryland Home Improvement Commission
- Update on Blood Lead Levels in Children
Issue 38, May 2012
- Handheld Cell Phone Use Banned by DOT
- Hot Tips to Maintain Your Buildings for Good Indoor Air Quality
- GHS Rule on HAZCOM Published March 26, 2012
- District's Proposed Lead Regulations
Issue 37, November 2011
- Virginia DPOR Mold Certification and Training
- Cleaning Up a Broken CFL In Your Home
- EPA Revisions: Lead Renovation, Repair, and Painting Program (LRRP)
- OSHA Announces Significant Changes for Residential Construction Fall Protection
Issue 36, May 2011
- 10 Most Frequently Cited OSHA Violations for 2010
- How Construction, Renovation and Repair Activities Impact Indoor Air Quality
- MDE is Issuing Fines
- OSHA Limits Number of Training Hours Per Day