EXAIR’s webinar will educate attendees on the two most common OSHA regulations that are violated by point of use compressed air devices. By attending you will also learn the health risks that can be caused by non-engineered solutions being used within your facility. There will be examples of OSHA fines that have been given for not complying with the dead end pressure as well as the allowable noise exposure limit.
Attendees will also learn how to identify common violators and what Intelligent Compressed Air® Products can be implemented to help them reach OSHA compliance. Finally we will showcase that EXAIR can be utilized as a reference for how to meet or exceed these OSHA standards, lower compressed air consumptions, save costs associated with compressed air usage, and make your facility a safer place.
Attend this webinar to learn:
- Provide better understanding on the OSHA Standards pertaining to point-of-use compressed air
- Dead End Pressure – OSHA Standard 29 CFR – 1910.242(b)
- Noise Level Exposure – OSHA Standard 29 CFR – 1910.95(a)
- Provide additional health risks associated to compressed air usage:
- Air Embolism
- Hearing Loss
- Provide the ability to identify common violators and show how EXAIR offers engineered solutions to avoid OSHA fines and optimize performance
Justin Nicholl, Application Engineer, EXAIR
Justin joined EXAIR in 2014 and is currently working as an application engineer. He has 15 years of industrial fluid power handling experience including industrial pumps, mechanical seals and valves and automation.
Paul Heney, Editorial Director, Design World
Paul J. Heney is Editorial Director of Design World, and has been writing about engineering and manufacturing topics for nearly 20 years. His specific coverage areas include hydraulics, pneumatics, robotics, power transmission, green engineering, and aerospace. He has a BS in Engineering Science & Mechanics from Georgia Tech.
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