ndustrial Chemicals Inc. prides itself in the reputation that has been established over the years by providing customers with
superior chemical distribution services. Along the way, Industrial Chemicals approach to the chemical industry has been to provide
customers with a single point of contact for all of their chemical needs. Industrial Chemicals Inc. has progressed into a company that
provides customers with a variety of comprehensive chemical programs.
With an exceptionally experienced sales staff, conveniently located facilities and a fully operational fleet, Industrial Chemicals Inc.
has positioned itself to provide service to industries efficiently and economically.
Industrial Chemicals has established itself as a leading chemical distributor with distribution points located across the southern
region of the United States. Facilities at the following locations allow Industrial Chemicals Inc. to service your Industry and
provide you with the exceptional service that your company deserves.
Birmingham, Alabama |
New Orleans, Louisiana
March 1, 2020 customers paying by credit card will incur a credit
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OSHA Issues Final Rule Updating Walking-Working Surfaces & Fall Protection Standards
11/21/2016 7:18:07 AM
The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration today issued a final rule updating its general industry Walking-Working Surfaces standards specific to slip, trip, and fall hazards. The rule also includes a new section under the general industry Personal Protective Equipment standards that establishes employer requirements for using personal fall protection systems. The final rule also increases consistency between general and construction industries, which will help employers and workers that work in both industries.
The final rule’s most significant update is allowing employers to select the fall protection system that works best for them, choosing from a range of accepted options including personal fall protection systems. OSHA has permitted the use of personal fall protection systems in construction since 1994 and the final rule adopts similar requirements for general industry. Other changes include allowing employers to use rope descent systems up to 300 feet above a lower level; prohibiting the use of body belts as part of a personal fall arrest system; and requiring worker training on personal fall protection systems and fall equipment.
For more info or to see how this new rule will affect your operations, contact Dickey (RichardWatson@industrialchem.com) or Mark (MarkGoldstein@industrialchem.com).
OSHA to Update Silica Regulations
6/14/2016 6:39:17 AM
OSHA has drafted more stringent regulations pertaining to silica dust in the workplace. The changes, which are scheduled to take effect on June 23, 2016, will include a more stringent Permissible Exposure Limit (PEL) for silica dust. The rule will also require employers to: establish and implement a written exposure control plan, offer medical exams, provide worker training, and keep more records.
If you’d like a free presentation about the rule for your facility, please contact one of our EHS sales reps by clicking here: http://industrialchem.com/ehs.aspx
6/8/2016 5:28:03 AM
In April, we added new capabilities to service our customers. We now have environmental, health, and safety (EHS) services in our toolbag to help you guys! This new program brings the capability to conduct safety audits, provide industrial hygiene testing, on-site training, environmental assessments, site remediation for contaminated sites, and a host of other capabilities
Click here for a more comprehensive list of services: http://www.industrialchem.com/ehs.aspx