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Job Hazard Analysis

A Job Hazard Analysis (JHS) is a process that helps employers identify the most hazardous jobs in a workplace, reducing the likelihood of accidents.


Sexual Harassment for Managers and Employees in California

California law prohibits the harassment of and discrimination against employees, job applicants, unpaid interns, volunteers and independent contractors.

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H2S Z390: Your Questions Answered

SafetySkills has answred your questions about ANSI/ASSE Z309.1-2017 Accepted Practices for Hydrogen Sulfide Training Programs. Learn more!

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Office Ergonomics Best Practices

Good office ergonomic practices reduce physical stress on an employee’s body and help prevent long-term injuries and disabilities, like chronic neck pain or carpal tunnel syndrome.

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What is a Chemical Hygiene Plan and Why Does Your Lab Need it?

OSHA requires many labs in the United States to have chemical hygiene plans, or CHPs, to protect their employees from chemicals that can damage their health.

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Hand and Pinch Point Safety

Hand injuries can be avoided by providing employees with proper PPE and these hand and pinch point safety training tips and techniques.

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The Basics of Retail Safety

Working in retail is generally a safe occupation, but there are many common hazards that retail workers must face every day.

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Electrical Safety Training: Arc Flash

Workers who are required to work with or around arc flash hazards must understand the risks involved and how they can protect themselves and their coworkers.

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Industrial Ergonomics

With citations, fines and the risk of permanently injuring employees, it’s critical that employers use these best industrial ergonomic practices.

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