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    Prevent Accidents: Put Safety First.

    Use the right protective equipment … put safety plans and procedures into place … make sure your employees get safety training for their industry.

    Did you know ...
    • OSHA regulations cover more than 107 million workers today ... in ALL industries.
    • 97% of OSHA citations are issued without any workers being injured or killed first.

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    Ergonomic Risk Factors in the Office

    We may not typically equate ergonomics as being part of a company’s safety program; however, controlling ergonomic risk factors is …

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    Ergonomic Hazards in the Workplace

    Ergonomics is the study of people’s efficiency in their working environment. It involves how a workplace, the equipment used there …

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    OSHA News Updates

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    November 29, 2018: US Dept of Labor Cites Florida Property Maintenance Company after Employee Suffers Burn Injuries

    November 28, 2018: US Dept of Labor Announces Initiative to Increase Awareness of Trenching and Excavation Hazards and Solutions

    November 23, 2018: US Dept of Labor Cites Alabama Food Processor for Amputation and Other Hazards

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