Saturday, July 21, 2018

General

Safety meetings related to general safety and a variety of topics, industries and fields

Cell Tower Exposure

We are around radiation all the time. The sun's warmth and light is a form of radiation. Cell tower antennas are being installed everywhere ‐ just look around at building tops. Ten years ago there were only 60 million cell phones; today, there are more than 280 million. Tradespeople working on rooftops must take precautions to reduce exposure to non‐ionizing radiation.

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Kitchen Machine Safety

Do you work in a kitchen? You have the potential for some of the most serious and frequent accidents caused by improper use of kitchen machines, which are more powerful than types used in the home. One hasty shortcut can mean the loss of a finger or a hand.

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Housekeeping At Work

If your housekeeping habits are poor, the result may be employee injuries – or even death, citations by OSHA (or another regulatory agency), and even difficulty in securing future work. How can such a "minor" issue have such serious consequences?

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