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Practicing Electrical Safety in Laboratories

It’s critical that lab employees understand the hazards of electricity in their laboratories or workplaces, and how to protect themselves.

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Ammonium Hydroxide in the Workplace

Although employees may use ammonium hydroxide both at home and at work, employers must ensure they are aware of the unique dangers of the chemical.

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The Purpose and Importance of Safety Data Sheets

Understanding every part of a chemical’s SDS can help protect workers and work areas when working with, transporting or disposing of hazardous chemicals.

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Cryogenic Safety

With cryogens reaching temperatures well below the coldest temperature on Earth, they can be dangerous if not handled with care.

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Protecting Lone Workers

These proper training techniques along with communication are keys to ensuring your company’s lone workers can perform their job duties safely.

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Personal Protective Equipment: What It Is And When to Use It

Employers are responsible for providing proper and complete training on all personal protective equipment that is required to safely perform job tasks.

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Earthquake Safety

Because earthquakes can occur without warning, it’s important for employers and their workers to know proper earthquake safety protocol for their area.

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Behavior-Based Safety

The best way to prevent an incident from repeating itself is to utilize behavior-based safety (BBS), which examines the overall safety of your workplace.

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Your Guide to the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA)

By providing training to employees in their rights under the FLSA, you can prevent confusion on coverage of breaks, vacation, and other voluntary benefits.

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