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Fire Prevention and Fire Protection

One of the most important objectives of a business owner or an employer is to keep workers, customers, visitors and the facility as well as the surrounding community safe from fire hazards and their catastrophic impacts. Although all fire hazards … Continue reading

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Confined Space Entry

In General Industry, A Confined Space: Has limited openings for entry or exit, Is large enough for entering and working, Is not designed for continuous worker occupancy. Include underground vaults, tanks, storage bins, manholes, pits, silos, underground utility vaults and … Continue reading

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Respiratory Protection

Respiratory protection must be worn whenever you are working in a hazardous atmosphere. The appropriate respirator will depend on the contaminant(s) to which you are exposed and the protection factor (PF) required. Single-strap dust masks are usually not NIOSH (National … Continue reading

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Portable Ladder Safety

Issues related to ‘Ladder Safety’ fall under the top ten violations (actually at 6th position)  seen by OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) in fiscal year 2018. Falls from portable ladders (step, straight, combination and extension) are one of the … Continue reading

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Electrical Safety

Electrical hazards can cause short-circuit, burns, shocks, fire and electrocution or even death. Remember the following: Assume that all overhead wires are energized at deadly voltages. Never assume that a wire is safe to touch even if it is down … Continue reading

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