Electrical Safety for Research and Education

Electricity is a vital part of research and education facility operations, but it can also pose an extreme health hazard in those facilities.

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Security Threat Awareness

While most workplaces are generally safe environments, employees should be aware of potential security threats and prevention tactics.

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Active Shooter: Run, Hide, Fight

Nobody likes to think about a shooting happening in their school or office but having an emergency plan can be the key to survival.

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Passenger Van Driver Safety

Many organizations choose to transport passengers using twelve- to fifteen-passenger vans, but treating them like standard vehicles could be risky.

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Organic Peroxides in the Workplace

Organic peroxides are highly useful chemicals which are used in a wide range of laboratory and plastics manufacturing applications. They are also unstable and require care during transportation, handling and storage.

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Preventing Injuries from Broken Laboratory Glassware

No matter when and where it happens, broken glassware is an inconvenience at best. But when laboratory glassware breaks, it can do a lot of harm. Injuries from broken glassware can range from a small cut to a serious health risk.

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Safe Trip Planning for Over-the-Road Drivers

Good planning is important for drivers to make their deliveries safely, comfortably, and on time.

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Electrical Safety on the Job

Working with or around electricity exposes employees to dangers such as electric shock, fires and explosions. Fortunately, most of these dangers can be easily prevented if employees are trained to identify and avoid electrical hazards.

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SafetySkills Partners with the University of South Florida and American Safety Council to Offer OSHA-Authorized Training

Beginning in May, clients of SafetySkills’ Learning Management System (LMS) will have the option of choosing to add OSHA-authorized…

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