| BRIDGE INSPECTIONS
|BRIDGE INSPECTIONS ARE A CRUCIAL PART OF MAINTAINING KEY INFRASTRUCTURE AND ENSURING SAFETY—LEARN MORE ABOUT THEM IN THIS GUIDE.
| BRIDGE INSPECTIONS —EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW
| Parking Lot Inspection
|PARKING LOT INSPECTION CHECKLIST
| The parking industry is largely divided into two types: on-street parking and off-street parking. On-street parking is predominantly owned by municipalities while off-street parking is privately owned. Both types need to ensure lots are in good repair and compliant with regulations and customer expectations. Here is a sample Parking Lot Inspection Checklist to help you inspect the operations, maintenance and security of your lots.
| MINE SAFETY
|Human Factors Considerations in Addressing Mining Occupational Illnesses, Injuries, and Fatalities
| Studying how to create a safe mining workplace requires an integrated research view and characterization of the influencers on the mining workplace.
| MINE SAFETY
|Human Factors in Mining - CDC
|CDC GOVERNMENT PUBLICATION
| This Bureau of Mines report is directed toward summarizing the applica- tion of human factors to improving safety, productivity, and the general physical health and safety of all workers in and around mines.
| BOTDA DARK FIBER SENSORS HELPING IDENTIFY LANDSLIDES
|DARK FIBERS AND LANDSLIDES
|FRONTIERS IN EARTH SCIENCE
| PPP-BOTDA Distributed Optical Fiber Sensing Technology and Its Application to the Baishuihe Landslide
| WHY WIND TURBINES CATCH FIRE
|Wind turbines catch fire because . . .
|FIRE TRACE INTERNATIONAAL
|Fire is the second most common type of catastrophic wind turbine accident behind blade failure. However, by understanding and addressing fire risks, you can mitigate or even prevent fire damage in wind turbines. We will explore some of the reasons why wind turbines catch fire and options for mitigating risk.
| MINE INSPECTIONS
|Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA)
|UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
|MSHA is required to inspect each underground mine four times a year and each surface mine twice a year for health and safety compliance. Certain mines with high levels of explosive or toxic gasses are inspected more often. Inspections are also conducted in response to complaints of hazardous conditions.
| GUIDANCE ON THE ESSENTIAL CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE WORKFORCE
|How to prioritize the ability of essential workers
|CYBERSECURITY & INFRASTRUCTURE SECURITY AGENCY WEBSITE
|STAFF AT CISA
|The Essential Critical Infrastructure Workforce Guidance Version 4.1 provides guidance on how jurisdictions and critical infrastructure owners can use the list to assist in prioritizing the ability of essential workers to work safely while supporting ongoing infrastructure operations across the Nation.
| CONCRETE SOLUTIONS TO AGING BRIDGES
|HOW TO FIX PROBLEMS WITH AGING BRIDGES
|CIVIL AND STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING
|STAFF - CIVIL AND STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING
| University Park, Pa. — According to the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT), the state leads the nation in the number of bridges classified as "structurally deficient." Its 25,000 state-owned bridges are aging — their average age is over 50 years — and in need of repair. Penn State Civil engineer Farshad Rajabipour and his colleagues are working on solutions.
| HOW TO DISPOSE OF CHEMICAL WASTE
|Getting ready to dispose of dangerous chemicals
|R3 ENVIRONMENTAL LIBRARY
| Chemical waste is regulated by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) through the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA). It cannot be disposed of in regular trash or in the sewer system. Let R3 help you dispose of your harardous materials safely and legally.