Rocky Mountain National Park, by Tommy Hagge
View from Nymph Lake, RMNP, by Tommy Hagge
View from Dream Lake, RMNP, by Tommy Hagge
Mills Lake, Rocky Mountain National Park, by Tommy Hagge
Rocky Mountain National Park, Near Alluvial Fan, by Tommy Hagge
Sprague Lake, Rocky Mountain National Park, by Tommy Hagge
Quandary Peak Summit, White River National Forest, Colorado, by Tommy Hagge
Colorado Front Range, Fort Collins, by Tommy Hagge
View from Summit of Huron Peak, Collegiate Peaks Wilderness, Colorado, by Tommy Hagge


U.S. Department of Labor Posts New Frequently Asked Questions and Videos

Posted: Sep 13, 2018

OSHA announced that new frequently asked questions and training videos on the standard for respirable crystalline silica in construction are now available on the agency’s website.

OSHA along with industry and labor organizations collaborated to develop FAQs to provide employers and workers with guidance on the standards requirements. A series of six videos instruct the users on methods for controlling silica dust when performing common construction tasks or operating construction equipment such as handheld power saws, jackhammers, drills, and grinders.

OSHA Extends Some Compliance Dates for GI Beryllium Standard

Posted: Sep 13, 2018

On August 8, 2018 OSHA made a final rule to extend the compliance date for the specific ancillary requirements of the general industry beryllium standard to Dec. 12, 2018.

The extension is to allow the agency to prepare a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking to clarify certain provisions of the beryllium standard that would maintain the standard’s worker safety and health protections, and address employers’ compliance burdens.

The new permissible exposure limits, exposure assessment, respiratory protection, medical surveillance and medical removal, established on May 11, 2018 will not be affected by this rule, as compliance dates have already been set for 2019-2020.

Join us for the ASSP Clay Shoot!

Posted: Aug 29, 2018

It’s that time again for our annual Clay Shoot! Join fellow safety colleagues for an afternoon of fun on October 19th. I would like to encourage you to support the Colorado and Northern Colorado ASSP Chapters in its efforts to make scholarships available to those desiring to become a Safety professional and focusing on educational programs that advance the profession we serve. We can help to develop tomorrow’s safety leaders, and support research to expand the knowledge of the safety community. This event is made successful by sponsors and participants like yourself and we hope you can be part of this great event this year. More importantly is that we can come together to network and have some Fall season fun!

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