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The cost of no training

Entities that work with compressed gasses fall under the jurisdiction of both the Department of Transportation (via 49 CFR) and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) via 29 CFR. Because of this, employers are mandated to conduct training for their employees dictated by both government entities. The result of not complying can be extremely expensive in the event there is an accident where an employee is injured. Employers who have hazardous materials in their workplace are required to train employees on safety data sheets, labels, and the associated hazards of the materials. Recently, a company in Alabama was fined for just this violation. Legend Directional Services LLC, was fined $28,445 by OSHA when an investigation into the death of an employee found that a lack of training resulted in the rupture of multiple cylinders. Help to keep your employees safe, and your pocketbook intact, by conducting the mandated training, and keeping it up to date. American Cylinder and Safety can assist in this training either at your facility, or through online training. Contact us for more information.

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