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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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Lockout/Tagout: What you need to know

Employees who don’t honor the lockout/tagout system could cause serious or fatal injuries to themselves and others. Learn more about the consequences of not knowing, and make sure your employees are properly trained on the topic.

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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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Workplace Eyewash and Emergency Shower Requirements

Discover how eyewash and emergency showers help prevent long-term worker injuries, and the workplace OSHA and ANSI requirements.

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Proper Chainsaw Safety and Operation

Employers can reduce the risk of chainsaw injuries by training their employees on proper chainsaw safety and operation, and appropriate PPE.

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