As federal OSHA authorities renew their efforts to prevent bin entry violations through tougher enforcement of compliance with feed and grain rules and regulations, Mole•Master remains prepared to step in and assist grain industry employers committed to maintaining a safe working environment.
Mole•Master Services Corporation has always been an industry leader in providing silo cleanout services in the most safe, efficient way possible (to learn more visit www.molemaster.com/safety/). Because of this, the new, stricter OSHA guidelines will not infringe on or affect how Mole•Master conducts business.
“OSHAʼs beefed up compliance campaigns, especially with regard to permit required Confined Space Entry (CSE), make complete sense in light of recent grain engulfment incidents that took the lives of two teen-age workers and injured two adult employees,” said Dave Laing, Mole•Masterʼs General Manager. “We have always considered worker safety an utmost priority in any silo cleaning operation. We have a thorough understanding and mastery of OSHAʼs safety standards and concerns in this arena.”
To learn more about the OSHA guidelines, visit the OSHA website: http://www.osha.gov/SLTC/grainhandling/index.html
For more information on Ohio-based Mole•Master, a leader in silo cleaning, inspection and preventative maintenance, visit the Mole•Master website at www.molemaster.com