Fermilab is responsible for tracking and monitoring existing and potential emissions into the air to ensure that the site remains a low emitter of criteria and hazardous air pollutants. Any new sources, or changes to existing sources, should always be communicated to the Environmental Protection Department for potential tracking.
Fermilab generates a variety of hazardous and nonhazardous chemical wastes. The handling and disposal of these wastes are governed by state and federal regulations. In order to ensure compliance with these regulations and to help protect the environment from their impacts, we need to be sure to properly manage these wastes.
The ES&H Section has posted two new webpages, both accessible from the ESH at Work website. The Work Planning and Control webpage link is located under the ESH at Work menu on the left side. The goal of the webpage is to centralize work planning contacts for subject matter experts, provide easy access to FESHM 2060 resources and hazard analysis IMPACT information, and provide access to other additional work planning and control resources. The Hazard Analysis IMPACT database webpage link…
The Fourth of July is just around the corner. Some may enjoy online fireworks displays, while others may attend outdoor shows where social distancing is enforced. Fireworks can be dangerous and can cause severe injuries when improperly used. Read on for a few suggestions for a safe holiday gathering.