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A resource guide for employers containing information about unemployment insurance, workers' compensation, wage and hour standards, discrimination, FMLA, youth employment laws, mine and cave safety, and federal requirements.
Carbon Monoxide poisoning can be almost impossible to detect because the gas is colorless, odorless and tasteless. Knowing the dangers of Carbon Monoxide, how to prevent exposure and what to do if you see someone showing symptoms of poisoning is important in keeping you and your coworkers safe.
Cut-off saws are frequently used in the Construction industry and can be extremely dangerous because unguarded blades operate at very high speeds. Only personnel who have been trained on proper use and handling should be allowed to operate this specialized piece of equipment.
While commonly used across every industry and workplace, extension cords can present several hazards if not used correctly. You can help prevent dangers such as electrocution, fire and tripping hazards with proper safety practices.
Poor posture, loss of flexibility, stress, bad working habits and a decline in physical fitness can contribute to back problems. It is vital to your health to practice safe habits in these areas as well as correct lifting techniques to reduce the risk of back injuries.