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Safety Onboarding: A Crucial Part of an Employee’s First Few Days

Your safety onboarding program says a lot about your organization and the importance it gives to safety. Make sure your new hires are getting the right message.

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Safety Orientation: What the New Workers Need to Know

Make sure your new hires are prepared to work safely right from the start.

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Gas Detection: Hydrogen Sulfide Hazards and Releases

Hydrogen sulfide, or sour gas, is a flammable, colorless gas that is toxic at extremely low concentrations. It is heavier than air, and may accumulate in low-lying areas. It smells like “rotten eggs” at low concentrations and causes workers to quickly lose their sense of smell.

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Gas Detection: Special Precautions for Hydrogen Sulfide

Hydrogen sulfide gas is very corrosive and therefore extremely hazardous. You need to take special precautions when choosing equipment and establishing safe work procedures.

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Not Too Hot to Handle: Tips for Preventing Heat-Induced Illnesses and Injuries

Late July brings some of the hottest temperatures of the year around the country. So it’s a good time for some refreshing refresher training on how your workers can beat the heat. Today’s Advisor gives you some training content.

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Chemical-Resistant Gloves: Key Considerations

Are chemical-resistant gloves required in your workplace? How do you select the right ones?

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Select the Right Gloves to Prevent Employee Hand Injuries

OSHA says 70 percent of workers sustaining hand injuries were not wearing gloves, and that the other 30 percent were wearing improper or damaged gloves.

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Survey Finds Link Between Employee Health and Company Culture

Find out why having a strong culture of health could be important for your bottom line.

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3 Steps for Developing a Stress-Reduction Program

Stressed workers can be a safety hazard. Here are three steps for reducing stress and the risk of stress-related accidents.

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Chemical Spill Response Training

Taking immediate and appropriate action after a chemical spill can save lives. If hazardous chemicals are present at your facility, train employees in how to react should an emergency occur. Today’s Advisor gives you a basic outline for a chemical spill training session.

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