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What to do after an OSHA citation

Four Steps to Take After an OSHA Violation

It is always going to be cheaper and safer to respond well to violations. Not knowing the standards will not save you but knowing what to do, can.

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Why do I need Mental Health First Aid

Why do I need Mental Health First Aid Training?

One in five Americans struggle with at least one mental illness. It is likely you know someone who is struggling. Here’s how you can help them.

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Electrical Burns

Electrical Burns: How to Treat Them and How to Beat Them

Regardless of how electrical burns occur, they are serious injuries that need special attention. But where do you start?

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OSHA Certification VS OSHA Certificates?

OSHA Certification VS OSHA Certificates?

If you complete a course through the OSHA outreach program or a training that is required by OSHA standards, you will receive a certificate of completion.

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How Do I Become OSHA Certified?

How Do I Become OSHA Certified?

The phrases “OSHA Certification” and “OSHA Certified” almost always mean you to have an up-to-date certification for the OTP.

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Violence in the Workplace

Violence in the Workplace - What are the Types of Workplace Violence?

Thousands of assaults and injuries occur each year due to workplace violence. There are several types of workplace violence that you should be aware of.

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ergonomics in the workzone

Ergonomics in the WorkZone

When you hear the word “ergonomics,” you might think of lifting heavy objects; in truth, ergonomics is much more than that. Ergonomics is about studying your physical abilities and limitations to observe how you can best perform work tasks using various tools, equipment, and materials in your job environment. On a worksite, ergonomics should be […]

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carbon monoxide detector

Carbon Monoxide – What Should You Know About Carbon Monoxide

Carbon monoxide is a type of gas that is colorless and odorless. It is typically produced during the incomplete burning of organic matter. This means that the exhaust from motor vehicles, heaters, stoves, fires, many others create carbon monoxide.

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gas detection

Gas Detection– What Should You Know About Gas Detection?

In the last decades, gas detection has drastically improved and advanced. So, what do you need to know about gas detection? Well, gas detection is part of a safety system that uses sensors to detect the gases present in an area. The sole purpose of these detectors is to keep you safe in your home or workplace.

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