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Four Steps to Conducting a Job Hazard Analysis

Conducting a JHA will help you understand the most hazardous jobs in your workplace, what those specific hazards entail, and corrective and preventive measures you can take to reduce or completely eliminate the likelihood of accidents, injuries and illnesses.

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Now is the Time to Prepare for Summer Jobsite Hazards

Learn about several summer jobsite hazards you need to be aware of to keep your employees safe and to avoid workplace illness or incidents.

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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 Importance of Lockout/Tagout

Workers need to be trained over lockout/tagout procedures in their workplace to protect themselves from injury.

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Preventing Struck-by and Caught-Between Injuries in Manufacturing

Working in a manufacturing facility can be challenging, and workers and employers need to work together to address struck-by or caught-between hazards.

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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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Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasures for Canada

Reducing or avoiding the release of waste that puts the environment and people at risk is essential for any facility that handles and transports oil.

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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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Electrical Safety At and Above 601 Volts

It is crucial that everyone who works with or near high voltage is aware of the hazards and how to avoid them.

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