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ISRI offers a broad menu of member-only safety services and programs - from on-site multi-day training by one of ISRI's professional safety staff, to traditional safety posters, videos and handbooks. This Safety Resources Catalog was developed to help you navigate and sort through ISRI's extensive safety sources.
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A focus on transportation safety within the scrap recycling industry.
Scrap recycling is a sustainable industry that promotes economic growth while preserving the environment and natural resources. Like any manufacturer, recycling facilities are subject to a number of regulations.
These safety resources help dispel the myths about radiation and radiation application.
ISRI and the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) have formed an Alliance to promote health and safety in workplaces throughout the recycling industry.
The ISRI Circle of Safety Excellence ™ (COSE) is an initiative offered by ISRI to help improve worker, vehicle and facility safety within the recycling industry. The COSE members consist of like-minded companies which voluntarily come forward to share best practices and safety.
A conference for those responsible for Safety and Environmental issues of scrap recycling facilities.
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The checklist template provides members with a step-by-step approach to review their DOT programs for compliance with federal regulations, and it can be used as a teaching aid as well to assist in meeting compliance requirements.
Access a clearinghouse of resources addressing these two laws that have had a tremendous impact on the recycling industry.
The program covers how to do a PPE hazard assessment, how to recognize the hazards of and safely work around mobile equipment, why proper PPE is important, and how to recognize fire hazards.