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Industry Updates

Making Sense of OSHA 300, 300A and 301 Forms

OSHA Deadline Reminder: All breweries employing greater than 10 full-time workers must document all recordable work-related injuries or illnesses.Read More

Safety Bootcamp

The Brewers Association Safety Bootcamp is designed for brewers, cellar workers, packagers, managers and owners. This bootcamp is focused on identifying and reducing hazards in the brewery. A hand-picked team of six brewing industry safety instructors will inform and entertain …Read More

OSHA Safety Consultation – Are You Ready to Ask for Help?

Whether your state has its own OSHA agency or a federal OSHA office, OSHA consultation is a valuable tool to increase safety awareness and compliance at your brewery. Consultation Services are separate from the part of OSHA that can issue citations. Their …Read More

Educational Publications

Compressed Gas Cylinders Management

Compressed Gas Cylinders Toolbox Safety Sheet Watch Compressed Gas Cylinder Presentation Safe management of compressed gas cylinders should protect the integrity of the cylinder valve at all times and prevent the release of hazardous energy and chemicals. Most breweries house compressed gas cylinders, often …Read More

Power Hour

Compressed Gas Cylinder Safety

Brewers Association Safety subcommittee members outline necessary steps to ensure the safe handling, storage, and use of compressed gas cylinders in the brewery environment. Virtually all breweries house compressed gas cylinders of some kind, often in the form of CO2 cylinders, …Read More

Brewery Burns: Causes and Avoidance

Each year brewers are burned by wort boilovers, contact with steam, or exposure to corrosive chemicals. Burn injuries can be traumatic and require months of recovery. Understand the causes and learn the best methods of burn prevention with testimonials from …Read More

Industry Updates

Chemical Spill Preparedness

We are trying to prepare for an OSHA inspection, and would like to develop a chemical spill preparedness plan. What advice can you give us? The Safety Exchange Says: Spill management falls mostly under EPA guidance and rules, although an OSHA …Read More

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