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63.5 Million Euro Pallets Made Under Uniform Standards Says EPAL

Posted by Bill Esler | Posted: 09/17/2014 10:47PM

63.5 million EPAL Euro pallets have been produced in twelve months under the licence of the European Pallet Association (EPAL). The number of repaired wooden pallets stands at 21.5 million.


Combustible Wood Dust Enforcement Reports Issued in Canada

Posted by Bill Esler | Posted: 09/11/2014 9:26PM

British Columbia's WorkSafeBC completed targeted combustible dust inspections in 85 sawmill locations and 15 wood product manufacturing locations in B.C. New combustible dust rules were initiated Sept. 1, 2014. Sample photos are included.


WorkSafeBC Imposes penalty and Claims Against Lakeland M

Posted: 09/11/2014 8:55PM

Sawmill owner Lakeland Mills Ltd. faces more than $750,000 in administrative penalties and a claims cost levy by WorkSafeBC, the provincial worker safety agency in British Columbia. A 2012 fire and explosion there killed two workers.


PJ Lumber Cited by OSHA for Fall and Amputation Hazards

Posted: 09/11/2014 8:38PM

Workers at PJ Lumber Co. were exposed to falls, amputations and other hazards. The finished lumber products manufacturer was been cited for 13 serious safety and health violations and a $50,000 fine proposed.




Birch Veneer Night Stand, Made in Viet Nam, Said to Scorch Floors

By Bill Esler Posted: 08/10/2014 10:55PM

La-Z-Boy's Lea Industries recalls rubberwood and birch veneer lighted night stands. Made in Viet Nam, the Willow Run two-drawer stand features an under-the-table 20-watt halogen night light that is said to pose burn hazards.


Forest Service Seeks Comments on Noncommercial Forest Products

Posted: 07/31/2014 2:59PM

The U.S. Forest Service today announced and is seeking comment on a proposed rule that would provide forest products to federally-recognized Indian Tribes.


OSHA ComDust Rule Way Past Due: CSB Chief

By Rich Christianson Posted: 07/26/2014 4:42PM

The combustible dust explosion that claimed three lives at AL Metal in 2010 underscores the need for a national combustible dust standard, according to Rafael Moure-Eraso, chairperson of the U.S. Chemical Safety Board (CSB).


Lumber Liquidators Sued for CARB Violation: Formaldehyde Flooring

By Alex Keown Posted: 07/23/2014 11:58AM

A lawsuit filed against Lumber Liquidators says Chinese-made flooring sold by the company emits formaldehyde at levels far above the level requiring cancer warnings under California law.


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