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The American Industrial Hygiene Association has shared an article with research indicating some key issues with home workstations that can easily be combated! TES wants to share those with you all because we believe we can make your work from home situation a little easier. Check out this article from the Safety & Health Magazine […]

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Blue and Green Business Advisory Coronavirus Awareness Facebook Post

TES is committed to sharing relevant information on the safety of preparing for tropical storms/hurricanes before they make landfall. Check out this article from the National Hurricane Survival Initiative that helps lists important items you need to best prepare. Remember, preparation is key! #tes #storm #preparation #safety

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https://www.theadvocate.com/baton_rouge/news/coronavirus/article_eeee0f18-f1d6-11ea-a467-e73ab83850df.html One thing remains the same, wear your maskšŸ˜· But hereā€™s what could change! #tesĀ #phase3Ā #covidĀ #louisianagov

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Here is Ruben Escobedo, TES EH&S Manager, in some Bunker Gear! Ruben was escorting engineers who were conducting a heat and pressure wave study of the TPC fire and explosion. Bunker Gear is a type of PPE that is commonly used by Fire Fighters. The suit can withstand heat up to 1,000 Degrees.

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TES would like to send our congratulations to Dr. Roy J. Rando, BS, MSPH, ScD, CIH and recognize him for being awarded the 2020 American Board of Industrial Hygiene Lifetime Achievement Award. “He has been an exceptional resource along with mentor to me and many others. This accomplishment is tremendous.” – TES President & CEO, […]

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With Labor Day weekend approaching, TES wants to share some helpful safety tips that might just come in handy. Traveling to the beach for Labor Day? Don’t forget your mask! Also don’t forget to read up on rip currents. This article for the Weather Channel gives a detailed look into what exactly rip currents are, […]

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TES is thinking ahead and preparing those to return home safely after HurricaneĀ #Laura For those on the Louisiana/Texas border who evacuated the storm, TES is here to share key information fromĀ https://hurricanesafety.org/prepare/returning-home/ Keep up with our social media for more on how WE can help YOU with post-storm cleanup.

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#TESĀ Post-Storm Tip #2: Water Damaged Home Precautionary Tips (Lead & Asbestos) We provide Consultation/Inspection in the Louisiana AND Texas area. Our Professionals are ready to help! Please contact us at (504)348-3098 List of Asbestos Containing Materials –Ā https://www.des.nh.gov/organization/divisions/air/cb/ceps/ams/documents/materials.pdf

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FEMA has put out a brochure for mold & mildew in a flood damaged home (or commercial building). TES wants to share these tips as Marco and Laura, 2 Tropical Storms are headed to the Gulf Coast this week. Below is a diagram to help identify whether you can take care of mold remediation yourself […]

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C.D.C. Closes Some Offices Over Bacteria Discovery. Let TESā€™ on-staff Certified Industrial Hygienists custom design an indoor air quality sampling protocol to determine source(s) of Sick Building Syndrome, such as Legionella in the water source. ā€œThat the C.D.C. canā€™t prevent Legionella contamination in their buildings is a sign that we all need to be proactive […]

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