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Hazard Recognition

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When you know how injuries occur in the workplace, you can put in place prevention measures. The most common hazards are from chemicals, fires, repetitive motion, electricity and fall related injuries. Keeping your employees safe can ensure a happier, more productive workplace. Build safety policies that address the specific hazards in your workplace.

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Sleep Deprivation Hazards

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Lack of sleep or irregular sleep that disturbs your body's natural 24-hour cycle can substantially increase your risk of accidents—on and off the job. To work safely you have to be alert and focused, but when you're sleepy that may be impossible.

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Don't be the talking point on Workers' Memorial Day

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"Safety starts with you." "Safety is priority number one." "Be cool and be safe." These slogans and many more have filled safety boards and posters ever since health and safety became something to abide by. Safety truly is something that doesn't happen overnight. At times employers look for a new way of doings things, a change in their safety culture, or to weed out the complacent and habitual "safety anarchist".

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Workplace Violence

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"13 dead in D.C. shooting", "Mass Murder Stuns Friends of Victims", "Gunman Kills 5 Co-Workers and himself", these types of headlines are getting to be the norm in our society these days. The question for workers and employers is how do we identify these potential perpetrators through behaviors, and how do we deal with issues before they escalate.

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