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Injection molding machines: Avoid the hazards

Used in the plastics industry, thermoplastic injection molding machines “produce molded plastic parts by converting plastic pellets into molten material, injecting the molten plastic into a mold and cooling the plastic material,” OSHA says. Industries that use these machines include toy, medical device and beverage container manufacturers.
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OSHA expands its Severe Violator Enforcement Program

Washington — In an effort to enhance enforcement of and compliance with workplace safety standards, OSHA has expanded the criteria for placement in its Severe Violator Enforcement Program to include violations of all hazards and agency standards, OSHA announced Sept. 15.
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OSHA Safety Training Basics: What You Need to Know

OSHA Safety Training Basics: What You Need to Know

This free white paper contains useful tips and insights from J. J. Keller experts to help you understand the training requirements that apply to your organization. It covers important topics such as OSHA expectations, refresher training, recordkeeping and more.
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