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Report OSHA Violations
How To Report OSHA Violations

How To Report OSHA Violations

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Prior to registering a complaint alleging workplace hazards to the Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA), employees must understand the procedure and their legal rights to report OSHA violations. Furthermore, courses like OSHA 10-Hour and OSHA 30-Hour also guide workers on employee rights and how to report OSHA Violations. Requesting

Forklift Certification and Requirements
Forklift Certification and Requirements

Forklift Certification and Requirements

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The Forklift Certification The OSHA requires forklift certification before employing a person as a forklift driver/operator. This Forklift Certification of a trainee should state that: However, OSHA does not require a driver’s license from forklift operators. OSHA only emphasizes the importance of forklift training and being OSHA forklift certified.The following

Workplace Stress
Reduce Workplace Stress

Reduce Workplace Stress

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Train and reduce workplace stress are a right of every employee. You all must be familiar with the quote “Stress is the number 1 killer”, however, stress itself can’t directly kill. Stress is a silent catalyst that supports unhealthy habits like smoking, alcohol, stress eating, and take them to an

Workplace Ergonomic Injuries
How to Prevent Most Common Workplace Ergonomic Injuries

How to Prevent Most Common Workplace Ergonomic Injuries

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Ergonomic injuries can end up costing businesses billions of dollars .Lifting large objects, leaning, reaching overhead, lifting and dragging heavy loads, engaging in uncomfortable body postures, and continuing doing the same or similar activities will all subject employees to potential hazard factors at work.  These hazards can result in musculoskeletal

Fire Safety
Fire Safety at Work

Fire Safety at Work

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Administrators have put in place a set of practices, designed to reduce fire damage, called Fire Safety. Fire safety measures are both preventive and curative in nature. They intend to first prevent a fire from happening. However, even if a fire has started, administrators use fire safety measures to limit