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The Importance of Performance Validation Testing

The Importance of Performance Validation Testing

Protecting people from exposure to respiratory hazards in both occupational and non-occupational settings is a public health imperative. The use of effective respiratory protection is one of the primary ways to protect against such hazards. Respirator Fit Capability (RFC) testing is the process used to assess whether a specific make and model of respirator provides acceptable fitting characteristics for a broad spectrum of potential wearers. RHP Risk Management conducts respirator and barrier face-covering testing for PPE manufacturers seeking quantitative verification under ASTM F3407-20 and ASTM F3502-21 standards, both of which were created to ensure protection from exposure to respiratory hazards.


Top EHS Practices: Key Components of a Full-Service Safety Program

Top EHS Practices: Key Components of a Full-Service Safety Program

Complying with OSHA regulations is essential, but it’s only the bare minimum as far as maintaining a safe workplace. There are many other steps you can take to protect your employees from potential hazards. Developed by our EHS experts, this whitepaper contains helpful tips on training, written safety plans, chemical management, incident tracking, audits, and other important topics. It’s the perfect guide to ensuring your business’s safety program is up to par.


OSHA Workplace Injury and Illness Recordkeeping

OSHA Workplace Injury and Illness Recordkeeping

OSHA’s regulations for recording workplace injuries and illnesses can be much more complicated than they seem. Don’t let a poor judgment call turn into a violation: Learn how the regulations apply to your organization with this informative whitepaper from J. J. Keller. We’ll walk you through OSHA recordkeeping requirements while providing answers to your biggest questions. Download today for FREE and make sure you know how to avoid those costly OSHA fines and penalties!


OSHA Inspections: Are You Prepared?

OSHA Inspections: Are You Prepared?

OSHA conducts an average of 35,000 inspections each year – and your workplace could be one of them. Don’t get caught by surprise: This in-depth whitepaper from the experts at J. J. Keller offers a complete overview of the inspection process. From the opening conference to the facility walk-through, records review, citations, and more, you’ll be ready for everything if an inspector knocks on your door. Download your FREE whitepaper today!


OSHA’s Written HazCom Program

OSHA’s Written HazCom Program

A wide variety of chemicals – from cleaning fluids to pharmaceuticals, pesticides, paints, and more – are used in workplaces across the country, and workers have a right to know about the hazards they may face on the job. This whitepaper provides easy-to-follow information on establishing a written HazCom program that meets all OSHA requirements. Download your FREE copy today and get expert guidance on safety data sheets, compliant labels, and other important topics!


Written Safety Plans: Your Top Questions Answered

Written Safety Plans: Your Top Questions Answered

No matter your industry, there’s a strong chance Federal and/or State OSHA requires your business to have written safety plans. Not only do these plans keep employees safe, but they also protect you from penalties and fines. Learn how written safety plan regulations apply to your organization in this FREE whitepaper from J. J. Keller. You’ll also find out how Safety Management Suite, our all-in-one safety management solution, can help you get fully compliant plans in just minutes.


Your Guide to Safe Storage of Flammable Liquids in the Workplace

Your Guide to Safe Storage of Flammable Liquids in the Workplace

Flammable liquids are used in almost every type of workplace. Many employees are exposed to these hazardous substances and must be trained to keep themselves and their coworkers safe. Written by the safety and compliance experts at J. J. Keller, this new whitepaper contains easy-to-understand info on OSHA-compliant flammable liquid storage including Safety Data Sheets (SDSs), container labels, fire prevention, and more. Download your FREE copy today and ensure your chemical management program is fully compliant!


OSHA Workplace Injury and Illness Recordkeeping

OSHA Workplace Injury and Illness Recordkeeping

Recording workplace injuries and illnesses may seem simple enough, but the process often involves judgment calls that can put you at odds with OSHA regulations. This in-depth whitepaper from the safety experts at J. J. Keller contains answers to the most common questions about OSHA recordkeeping and reporting. Download for free and learn which requirements apply to your business, so you can ensure you’re always in 100% compliance.




Understanding and Meeting Your First Aid Obligations

Understanding and Meeting Your First Aid Obligations

Every employer must provide adequate access to first aid and medical services, but your specific requirements depend on a variety of factors. Get a complete overview of OSHA’s first aid regulations and what they mean for your business in this free whitepaper from J. J. Keller. Find out about specific training requirements, how many first aid kids are required on site, and other essential details.


How to Use Leading Indicators to Scale Your Safety Program

How to Use Leading Indicators to Scale Your Safety Program

Are you utilizing leading indicators to track safety performance? Leading indicators are the key to taking a proactive approach to safety at your organization. Ensure your employees get home safely when you move from lagging indicators to leading indicators - remove the risk before it happens.