Learn About OSHA & MSHA Requirements: Visit Us at a Trade Show Near You!
We exhibit at many trade shows around the U.S. every year. Come and explore one of our trade show exhibits and find out how Examinetics can help you comply with OSHA regulations. Check back for relevant industry news updates.
Examinetics Trade Show Schedule
Check to see if we will be at trade show near you! This is where we will be soon, working the trade show scene:
North Dakota Safety & Health Council
Booth # 1105
Utah Safety Conference & Expo
February 28 – March 1
Salt Lake City, UT
Booth # 506
Indiana Safety & Health Conf & Expo
February 28-March 2
10/6/15 – Examinetics, Inc. application was approved to become a certified facility for NIOSH to perform Chest Radiographic Examinations. Specifically, for the Coal Workers’ Health Surveillance Program (CWHSP). Examinetics is now one of the few NIOSH-approved facilities found on their website.
OHD Exam Press Release May 2015 Examinetics, Inc., the leader in mobile occupational health screening and data management services, announces a new strategic alliance with Occupational Health Dynamics (OHD) for Online Respirator Clearances.
2/27/15 – NIOSH and the National Hearing Conservation Association have honored two companies for their efforts to prevent work-related noise-induced hearing loss.
2/6/15 – MSHA vows to increase safety efforts at metal/non-metal mines. The Mine Safety and Health Administration is ramping up efforts to improve safety at metal and non-metal mines after an “unacceptable” increase in deaths, MSHA chief Joseph A. Main wrote in a Jan. 30 letter to mining steakholders.
12/9/14 – 2015: A busy year for OSHA. According to the OSHA budget justification, the organization plans to increase the number of health inspections occurring in the 2015 fiscal year as a result of increased identified health issues.
12/1/14 – New reporting requirements go into effect January 1: Join OSHA for an online discussion December 11.
11/20/14 – Congressional Democrats have introduced legislation intended to strengthen a federal benefits program for miners suffering from black lung disease, which has killed more than 76,000 miners in the past 50 years, according to MSHA.