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Alcohol and Drug Awareness

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OSHA states that you have the right to a safe and healthful workplace, free of serious recognized hazards. While we may think only the "obvious" hazards in our workplace are potentially dangerous, such as machinery, chemicals, noise, or traffic, there is something that is just as dangerous that we may not be aware of.

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Hurricane Emergency Preparedness

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September is Emergency Preparedness month and in light of the issues we as a nation have just witnessed with hurricane Harvey, we are focusing on how to prepare for a hurricane. In many ways, this is accomplished the same at work and with your family.

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School Safety

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Some schools are back in session which means buses are out on the roads; and roads are more congested before and after school hours, which are also major general commute times.

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Allergy Medications- the Effects and Warnings

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If you can literally write your name in pollen on the windshield of your car, you know it's allergy season again.

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Hazard Recognition and Assessment

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A hazard is defined as a chance; a chance of being injured or harmed by a possible source of danger. Jobsites are filled with many different hazards- whether it's the task you are performing, task others are performing around you, equipment, chemicals, heat sources, or weather conditions. Hazards should be recognized and eliminated through engineering controls, administrative controls, and as a last resort, personal protective equipment.

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