Firing Range Industry Research & Lead Related Fines
News stories documenting firing range fines
- Lead Dust Closes Bay Area Gun Range
- Indoor Shooting Range Faces Costly OSHA Penalties Due to Employee Lead Exposure Issues
- OSHA proposes $78,400 in fines to Barney’s firing range after investigation
- OSHA: Ohio gun shop’s lead, respiratory hazards endanger workers | Pro Armament faces $194K in fines for failing to correct deficiencies
- Indoor shooting range fined $135K for alleged lead, noise violations
- Baltimore County police cited for high lead levels at shooting range
- Feds charge Upstate business with hazardous waste crime
- Workers at gun ranges are suffering from lead poisoning — and regulatory agencies may not be doing enough to stop it
- OSHA to gun range: Get the lead out
- ‘Outrageous and shameful’: Bergen fined $88k for toxic dumping at gun range. Activists say it’s not enough
News stories documenting fines against firing range contractors selected by the range.
NOTE: As the generator, the firing range is still ALWAYS responsible & liable for the actions of the contractor.
FIRING RANGE INDUSTRY RESOURCES:
- OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH ADMINISTRATION (OSHA) LEAD REGULATIONS
- UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE PROGRAM.
- EPA ENVIRONMENTAL STEWARDSHIP
- SAFE HAZARDOUS WASTE RECYCLING
- IACP Police Chief Magazine – Creating Safe Environments through Architecture and Design