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The Norfolk Southern train derailment in East Palestine, Ohio, was a national wake-up call that made people keenly aware of the dangerous toxic chemicals passing through their communities.
According to data from the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics, on-the-job deaths are on the rise and currently at highs not seen in years. In fact, the BLS states that there were more than 5,000 fatal work injuries in the United States in 2021, which is nearly a 9 percent increase from the...
H5N1 Protective Clothing and Beyond: Essential PPE for Current and Future Infectious Disease Outbreaks
Right now, there are numerous infectious disease outbreaks going on across the globe, including outbreaks of the deadly pathogens H5N1 and Marburg viruses. As a leading international safety clothing manufacturer, International Enviroguard is dedicated to helping our clients from a wide range of...
Fossil fuels are largely responsible for powering the vehicles, tools, appliances, and equipment that we use today, making oil and gas one of the most important industries in the world. However, it's not easy to work at these oil and gas refineries.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) backed 137 grants with $53.4 million across 37 states to monitor air quality in 2022 due to the debilitating effects of pollutants. These studies are designed to reduce the harmful effects of breathing in seemingly fresh outdoor air. So, it should come as...
Although specialized machinery has largely replaced full crews of lumberjacks wielding axes and chainsaws, injuries and fatalities persist in industries such as timber harvesting and forest conservation.
Millions of American workers are exposed to excessive temperatures on the job each year, with thousands suffering heat-related illnesses and dozens losing their lives.