Lithium Batteries: Safe Handling, Storage and Disposal

Lithium batteries are used in many devices present in the workplace. Proper use, handling and storage are important for keeping workers safe on the job.

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Lockout/Tagout for Construction

When servicing power equipment, lockout/tagout prevents incidents by making it impossible for the equipment to run, saving over 120 lives per year.

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How Are Food Manufacturing Workers Protected From Chemical Exposure?

Food processing and manufacturing facilities must be kept clean and sanitary to protect food safety and prevent foodborne illness. Chemical soaps, detergents, sanitizers and disinfectants are routinely used to help keep food free of unwanted microorganisms and other contaminants. These chemicals are vital to the safety and success of any food production process, but they can also be hazardous. Employees who use them or work around them need to understand their hazards and know how to protect themselves.

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Sexual Harassment and Discrimination Prevention in the Workplace

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, or EEOC, reports approximately 12,000 sexual harassment and 90,000 discrimination complaints every year. More cases are reported annually that are handled internally by companies. Others cases go unreported. All cases create a hostile workplace.

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OSHA’s Electronic Reporting Rule

In 2016, OSHA implemented a new rule to improve tracking of workplace injuries and illnesses. The rule requires certain…

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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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