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Stephen Major (Principal--Lakeland Environmental)

U.S.
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returns 04/12/2017
Expertise

I can answer questions regarding industrial and construction health and safety, OSHA regulations, asbestos safety, confined spaces, lockout-tagout, hazardous materials (HAZWOPER), bloodborne pathogens.

Experience in the area

I have 15+ years experience as a health and safety auditor and instructor. I have worked with major industry clients developing site-specific health and safety plans and training programs, including hospitals, banks, property managers, and waste facilities.

Education/Credentials

BS Cornell University. New York State Department of Health Certified Training Director. NYS Licensed Asbestos Building Inspector. 40-hour HAZWOPER certified.

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Recent Answers from Stephen Major (Principal--Lakeland Environmental)

2015-11-27 ladder-related injuries:

Ethan,    The ladder safety belt has been done before (just Google "ladder safety belt"), but maybe you have an idea for an alternate design.  One problem with a feature like a belt is getting people to

2015-11-17 ladder-related injuries:

Ethan,    Sure, I would be glad to offer some assistance.  I can't really tell from your attachment what the problem is, exactly.  So let me know a few more details, and how I can help.    Steve Major

2015-06-23 Asbestos containing material?:

Scott,    We rarely find asbestos in mortar.  Any suspect materials should be sampled and analyzed by a certified laboratory prior to the demolition.  Normally, prior to granting a demolition permit, the

2015-06-15 MHE Safety:

Jim,    OSHA is a good place to find general forklift information. Try this site:    https://www.osha.gov/SLTC/etools/pit/    In your particular case it seems that the load was top-heavy and could not

2014-02-24 nonflammable hydrogen mix:

David,    This question is somewhat out of my expertise, but I'll give you some basic information:  The flammable range of hydrogen is 4% through 75% in air.  However, since you are mixing with an inert

 

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