While exposure to heat isn’t specifically covered under federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration regulations, Richard Hobbs, the newly appointed president and CEO of the Manufacturers Resource Center of the Lehigh Valley, said it’s still a company’s responsibility to keep staff safe from overheating.
As purveyors of Bitcoin seek out mainstream acceptance, the cryptocurrency – arguably the best-known in a diverse field – may have just gotten a boost in Pennsylvania.
Rich Christine is COO of Easton Area Metal Recycling Inc., which opened to the public in 2015 and provides container pickup services with more than 200 containers in circulation through the Lehigh Valley.
Commercial-building construction debris is a significant challenge. But this challenge also presents opportunities to achieve benefits when using a strategic and sustainable management approach.
For 30 years ending in 1977, General Electric discharged PCB pollutants into the Hudson River. In 1969 the Cuyahoga River in Ohio caught fire. Happily, industry has become mindful regarding its impact on the environment since those days.
Pennsylvania could soon be doing more to reduce greenhouse gas emissions if a petition currently under review by the state’s Environmental Quality Board spurs new laws. Pennsylvania is the fourth-largest carbon emitter among U.S. states.
As the story goes in ancient Greek mythology, Cassandra was blessed with the gift of seeing the future but frustrated with the curse that no one would ever believe her. Today, a Cassandra culture in the workplace is one that lacks psychological safety.
The news is filled with stories about climate change — rising temperatures, extreme weather events, decreased crop yields — and they all have one thing in common. Dealing with these problems is going to cost everyone a lot of money.
Mike Breon spent part of his 20-year accounting career working to investigate questions from workers – their concerns and their tips about fraud – who had reached out through a company hotline.
A Monroe County employment firm has opened a second office in Carbon County to meet a growing demand for its services there.
Santander will close one branch location in Bethlehem to consolidate its services with a Santander branch one mile away at 924 Eaton Ave. in Bethlehem.
A King of Prussia-based e-commerce logistics provider is opening a new fulfillment center in Forks Township that could end up employing more than 700 people – at least during peak seasons.