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How to Prevent the Spread of Infectious Diseases at Work

Preventing the spread of disease has been at the forefront of everyone’s minds due to the global pandemic. However, with COVID-19 cases diminishing in some areas, you may be tempted to ease up on preventative measures. Remember, protecting your employees from exposure to infectious materials is required by OSHA, and there are many diseases other than […]

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Getting Your Snowmobile Ready for the Snow

Wintertime brings all kinds of changes with colder weather, icy conditions, and all the adjustments we have to make to account for these differences. These conditions can make it necessary for people to find different ways of getting around, and snowmobiles are a great way to traverse certain snowy terrain. But whether you’re riding a […]

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Hand and Power Tool Hazards

Most people have used tools in one form or another throughout their lives. Some of may have even done some projects at our homes or offices with electrical tools while others may have only used a hammer once when our dad wanted us to learn as kids. Regardless of our experience with tools, we should […]

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Confined Spaces: What Kinds Are There?

Confined spaces are definitely not a place to be careless. In these working environments, entering and exiting are limited or restricted. Confined spaces like these are not designed for people to be there for long periods of time. There are between 81 and 92 deaths in confined spaces every year, so the safety of those […]

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Beryllium, Common Questions and Answers

What is beryllium? Beryllium is a steel-gray metal that is soft and low density. It is usually found in small concentrations in the Earth's crust, but it is not a material found on its own. Rather, it is extracted from minerals such as beryl and bertrandite. Beryllium dust and fumes are incredibly toxic to the […]

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Proper Lifting Techniques OSHA: Correct Techniques for Lifting

Lifting There is a variety of ways that an employee can overexert and get injured in the workplace. Each year there are around 264 million days of lost work in the American workplace due to back injuries. Most of these injuries are caused by pushing, pulling, poor posture, twisting, and most commonly lifting heavy objects. […]

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“OSHA-Approved” Headphones: Do They Actually Exist?

Many worksites are noisy environments, to the point that this noise can cause long-term damage to workers hearing. It’s estimated that 22 million workers are exposed to potentially damaging noise each year, so taking preventative measures is very important. OSHA has standards and requirements for hearing conservation programs and devices, but this gets a little […]

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How to Prevent Human Trafficking in Your Neighborhood

There is an estimated 25 million victims of human trafficking worldwide at any given time. Human trafficking refers to the act of exploiting people for forced labor or commercial sex. It is essentially modern-day slavery. Human trafficking is a problem across the world and in the United States. You may believe that human trafficking doesn’t exist where […]

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With Death Tolls Rising, Opioid Awareness Training Has Never Been More Important

More people are dying from opioid overdoses than ever before. In 2019, there were 70,630 drug overdose deaths in the United States. Almost 900,000 people in the United States have died from drug overdoses in the last 20 years. These numbers are still rising in the US despite public outcry and government intervention. Taking an opioid awareness training course has never […]

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Why you should ALWAYS Lockout Tagout

Lockout/tagout is a process that helps to safeguard workers from accidentally activating machines on the site if they need maintenance, inspections, or need to be activated by a worker with the proper authority. This helps prevent any machinery from being activated unintentionally and injuring or killing the workers that are repairing or inspecting it. This […]

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Office Safety: Ergonomics

It’s hard to think of a safer job than office work. You’re inside, far from biological hazards. It’s clean, the temperature is maintained, and there is very little chance of being struck by a vehicle.  So, what exactly do you need to look out for in an office? Hazards may be different every where you […]

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Communicating with Spanish Workers: Training Spanish Speaking Workers

Growth of the Hispanic Population Throughout the last four decades, the Hispanic workforce in the U.S. has nearly grown six times in size. For several industries, their workforce consists of around 30% Hispanics. Of these industries, the majority are labor-intensive. With the large stake that the Hispanic workforce has in the U.S., a top priority […]

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