The Western states of the US have seen scorching and dry conditions. The sweltering heat combined with drought across California has spurred wildfires. Summer travel and vacation have been close to pre-pandemic levels as people want to go out and enjoy recreational and leisure activities. A concern, though, most recently is that Covid-19 cases have … Continue reading Happy Thanksgiving!2014
June is National Safety Month. There couldn’t be a more critical time for our communities, employees, and society as a whole to be safe. California has officially reopened, and in some instances, it would be 15 months since businesses have started operation once again.
Schools across the country are set to reopen after the summer break and many of them will have been shuttered for over a year. The possibility of unchecked mold growth over these many months is very high. Find out more about the importance of inspections for mold and what to do if there is a … Continue reading Happy Thanksgiving!2014
Asbestos in workplaces has long been a problem, but as many companies choose to ignore the issues, more and more workers are refusing to work in asbestos-infected workplaces. Just last month, first responder workers in West Palm Beach protested outside the Sheriff’s Office about their unsafe, asbestos-infected workplace, complaining about health impacts and unsafe work conditions.
Formally referred to as lead abatement, there are specific techniques and processes specifically designed for the complete and permanent elimination of all the hazards associated with lead-based paint. That’s why it’s best left to a licensed professional.