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Industry Updates

Forklift Certification

My brewery just had a close call with a forklift. I read that everyone that operates a forklift needs to be certified. The brewery is small and, according to the owners, we don’t have it in our budget to get …Read More

Industry Updates

How to Determine If an Injury Is Work-Related

How do I determine if an injury is “work-related”? What is required by OSHA for record keeping when it comes to workplace injuries? The Safety Exchange Says: A work-related injury from a Workers Compensation standpoint may differ from an OSHA-recordable injury or …Read More

Industry Updates

Safety Sheets for Craft Brewers

Can a general/generic Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) be developed similar to some of the Department of Labor OSHA “Quick Cards” and references which focus on the craft brewing industry? Have you discussed, or is there a basic guideline for very small …Read More

Industry Updates

Hazardous Communication (Hazcom) Training

What’s Hazcom? Are there any sample training materials I can use as a template to get this going at my brewery?  The Safety Exchange Says: Hazcom is short for “Hazard Communication.” It relates specifically to hazardous chemicals in the workplace. Sometimes …Read More

Industry Updates

Changes in Hazard Communication (Hazcom)

Can you tell me what is changing in Hazard Communication and when I have to have comply? The Safety Exchange Says: Most employees are familiar with the Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) and labels that manufacturers and vendors of hazardous chemicals …Read More

Power Hour

Draught Beer Quality for Retailers

In our first Power Hour of 2015, three draught quality experts take us on a tour of the Brewers Association’s newest resource, Draught Beer Quality for Retailers. These experts present the four major sections of the publication, highlighting key takeaways …Read More

Educational Publications

Draught Beer Quality for Retailers

Draught Beer Quality for Retailers is intended to help retailers consistently pour great beer and preserve profits through industry accepted best practices. When handled properly from brewery to bar to glass, draught beer delivers what many consider to be the freshest, most flavorful beer available.Read More

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