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August 2017

Diagnosis of an Incident – Electrical Control Panel Incident

- August 11, 2017 by Guest Bloggers (View all posts by Guest)
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As a workplace safety expert, it’s important that you’re able to use a detective’s eye when evaluating the cause of an accident. Let’s take a look at a true case, and work backwards to determine how and why the incident occurred. …  Read more …

Tick, Tick, Tick Part 3 – How To Find And Remove Ticks

- August 9, 2017 by Mike Pettit (View all posts by Mike)
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In the previous blogs, we addressed the types and geographic distribution of ticks, and how to avoid and prevent tick bites. In this blog, I’lladdress how to find and remove ticks from our bodies. Finding Ticks – Immediate Efforts Recommended …  Read more …

Tick, Tick, Tick Part 2 – Time To Protect Yourself From Ticks

- August 4, 2017 by Mike Pettit (View all posts by Mike)
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In my first blog post regarding ticks, the geographic distribution of ticks known to bite humans was addressed. In this second blog, I’ll discuss how to avoid ticks and prevent tick bites. How Ticks Find You As parasites, ticks require …  Read more …

SASVEEEK: The Four Elements of an OSHA Violation

- August 2, 2017 by Guest Bloggers (View all posts by Guest)
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SASVEEK is not the sister of Sasquatch, but rather, an acronym for the tenets of a sound (and just) OSHA violation. Criteria must be met for Compliance Safety Health Officers (CSHOs) to have a solid case to support a citation. …  Read more …

Resolution #4: Learn Your Employees Names

- August 1, 2017 by Leslie Stoll, CSP, ARM (View all posts by Leslie)
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“A person’s name is to him or her the sweetest and most important sound in any language.” – Dale Carnegie People enjoy hearing their name. Remembering names is important on many levels. It makes people feel good to hear their …  Read more …