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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

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


Ensuring the Safety of Non-Employees in the Brewery

Every brewery needs a proactive plan to ensure the safety of tour groups, delivery drivers, truckers, contractors, suppliers, maintenance and service personnel, inspectors, regulators, volunteers, and other third parties at your site. This session will provide practical and realistic strategies …Read More


Hazard Assessment: Mastering the Foundation of Brewery Safety

Prevention and protection are two cornerstones of workplace safety. In order to implement effective hazard controls and increase worker well-being, it’s important to first identify and understand potential hazards. Brewers Association safety ambassador Matt Stinchfield outlines the basic steps of …Read More


Sampling and Ventilating Confined Space in Breweries

Properly sampling and ventilating the air in confined spaces in breweries is critical for worker safety. This seminar will demonstrate the use of gas detectors, discuss effective ventilation techniques, and explain how to correctly document your sampling results on a …Read More

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