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Hazardous Materials First Responder - Awareness (FRA) Level

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OSHA Issues Guidance for Using Tight-Fitting Powered Air Purifying Respirators Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

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Cal/OSHA Issues Guidance on Requirements to Protect Health Care Workers from 2019 Novel Coronavirus

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OSHA Urges Employers to Prevent Worker Exposure to Carbon Monoxide

OSHA is reminding employers to take necessary precautions to protect workers from the potentially fatal effects of carbon monoxide exposure. Every year, workers die from carbon monoxide poisoning, usually while using fuel-burning equipment, tools, compressors and pumps, gas-powered forklifts, and other devices in buildings or semi-enclosed spaces without adequate ventilation. To reduce the risk of exposure, employers should install an effective ventilation system, use carbon monoxide detectors, and take other precautions as described in OSHA's Carbon Monoxide Fact Sheet.

Other OSHA resources include videos (in English and Spanish), QuickCards (in English and Spanish), and a fact sheet on portable generator safety.

Protecting Temporary Agency Employees

Temporary agency employees work for a “host employer” but are on the payroll of a “primary employer.” A primary employer can be either:

        1. A temporary (temp) agency that hires workers and sends them to work for a host employer, or 

        2. A professional employer organization (PEO) that puts a host employer’s employees on the PEO’s payroll as its own employees.

In these dual-employer situations, both the primary employer and the host employer must protect employees from safety and health hazards and comply with Cal/OSHA regulations.

The primary employer issues the employee’s paycheck, administers workers’ compensation insurance, and may maintain hiring and firing authority. The host employer (also called the “secondary employer”) contracts for the worker’s services and supervise the employee at the host employer’s worksite.

For more information see Cal/OSHA's fact sheet.

Our Experience Shows!

Montgomery Investigations is a Verified Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business specializing in environmental health and safety training and consultative services.  In addition, as a California licensed private investigation firm, we are able to provide workplace (industrial) accident investigation, pre-employment background checks, e-verify and workers' compensation abuse and fraud investigative services. 

Montgomery Investigations was formed to provide a unique set of training and consultation services.  Over the past several decades, the proliferation of environmental and safety regulations has created a daunting task for businesses to keep abreast of them, let alone keep in compliance with them.  We provide the expertise to assist your company with its compliance efforts, so you can focus on your business' primary functions.

"Business can effectively comply with regulations
and profit from it."
Montgomery Investigations operates in a wide variety of roles across the public, private and not-for-profit sectors.  We are widely acknowledged for our understanding and awareness of the unique characteristics and challenges facing each of these sectors.

Montgomery Investigations' professional qualification provides a comprehensive foundation of knowledge, understanding and skills that add up to a highly valuable resource for any organization.  The commitment of our staff to continuing professional development is an integral component of our organization's professional qualifications.

If you have any questions or would like additional information regarding our company's qualifications and capabilities, please do not hesitate to call us or contact us at:

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