Solid Science Practical Solutions

GSE ADVISOR

With all the recent headlines and news reports from Flint, MI to Newark, NJ and elsewhere, many building managers, owners and occupants are asking:
 
Should I be worried about lead in my drinking water?
 
The answer is YES for many but it depends on the following key factors:

Many of our readers and clients remember with dread the “mold devastation of 2018” when an explosion of mold growth occurred in school districts across New Jersey as relentless rains and high humidity plagued the state for most of the summer and early fall.  While those conditions were more extreme than in the recent past, unfortunately unusual weather patterns are becoming more common.

 

As we get into the 2019 summer, smart facility managers will apply the lessons from 2018 to reduce their risks of another mold explosion in their facilities.

 

Limiting Mercury Hazards from Rubber-Like Floors


"Right to Know" season is right around the corner...
 
It's hard to believe that 2018 and the holidays are behind us. We hope all of our readers had a great holiday season. Ready or not, it's time to get back to business!
 
QSAC - QUALITY SINGLE ACCOUNTABILITY CONTINUUM
 

GSE has received a number of calls recently from school district clients for assistance in preparing for QSAC site inspections. It is an important reminder of the importance of maintaining and documenting your compliance programs on an ongoing basis.

Read on for answers to all your mold questions.

Ignoring mold can come back to haunt you. Click through for some frequently asked questions and answers.

Spring construction season is upon us and many of our construction clients are gearing up for a busy year. While productivity is always a key concern, keep in mind that falls from portable ladders (step, straight, combination and extension) are one of the leading causes of occupational fatalities and injuries. To re-state the obvious - Injured workers are not productive workers!

In the past year formaldehyde has been making headlines. Click through to learn more about formaldehyde, how to determine if the wood you work with contains formaldehyde, and what to do if you think it's affecting the health and safety of your employees.

How much do you know about mold? Click through for some frequently asked questions and answers.

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