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  • Carbon Monoxide: Workplace Hazard

    Exposure to carbon monoxide can be deadly. Although one of the most frequently used examples of carbon monoxide poisoning is running a motor vehicle engine indoors, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) reports that workplace exposure to CO (carbon monoxide) is actually quite common, though preventable. To mitigate known risk factors, employers need to[…]


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    Steps To Help Prevent The Coronavirus

    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) want Americans to take some preparedness and prevention steps – but not to panic – due to the possibility of a COVID-19 (or Coronavirus) outbreak in their neighborhood. We have compiled some general information along with a few of the CDC’s useful safety tips below. General Information[…]


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    Causes of Occupational Asthma in the Workplace

    Occupational asthma is a respiratory condition caused by inhaling gases, dusts, chemical fumes, or other substances while working. According to the Mayo Clinic, it can also develop after exposure to substances that the worker has sensitivity to (such as an allergy or immune response). Because certain substances are known to cause occupational asthma, it is[…]


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    OSHA’s New Silica Exposure Standard

    According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), almost two and a half million workers are exposed to crystalline silica in the workplace every year. Crystalline silica is a mineral present in many common products, and sometimes it is so small that people unknowingly inhale it. People who inhale crystalline silica are at a[…]


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