Pulp, Paper & Paperboard Mills
This web page provides information on how hydrogen sulfide can affect your health, where you might find it, and how to prevent harmful exposures.
Starting this month, the agency will focus more on inspections of job sites with machinery, equipment, and processes that cause amputations and job sites where amputations have occurred in the past.
The following links list tools, publications, and other resources to help prevent the most common injuries and illnesses in the wood products manufacturing industry.
|(WorkSafe Online - Workers' Compensation Board of BC)|
This topic page provides Oregon OSHA information on rules, directives and interpretations for the pulp, paper and paperboard industry.
"Working in pulp, paper or paperboard mills is very dangerous due to massive weights and falling, rolling and/or sliding pulpwood loads."
|Oct 2004||(OR DCBS)|