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Importance of Worker Participation in Maintaining a Safe Construction Site

Importance of Worker Participation in Maintaining a Safe Construction Site

Matt Luman January 13, 2017 0

A successful health and safety program can’t be achieved without some collaborative effort between workers and employers. No matter how effective safety measures may seem on paper, employers are still going to need the

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The Dangers of Hazardous Waste Around the House

The Dangers of Hazardous Waste Around the House

Matt Luman January 10, 2017 0

When we hear “hazardous waste,” orange rivers of industrial sludge usually come to mind. But there are several common, everyday products in every home that are hazardous for humans and pets. They’re toxic. They

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Developing Realistic Safety Goals in 2017

Developing Realistic Safety Goals in 2017

Matt Luman January 9, 2017 0

Why set safety goals? A study from 2011 showed that Ohio small businesses were able to lower workers’ compensation claims more than 50% and cost per claim 80% after adopting OSHA’s recommended safety practices.

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Why Going Green Means Big Business in the Construction Industry

Why Going Green Means Big Business in the Construction Industry

Matt Luman January 9, 2017 0

Green construction may become a $200 billion industry in 2018. While once a niche sector, green building is booming with expected 15% growth year-over-year, outpacing general construction. While green features are popular with residential

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Safety Experts Reveal 3 Tips to Survive a Workplace Shooting

Safety Experts Reveal 3 Tips to Survive a Workplace Shooting

Matt Luman January 9, 2017 0

Data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics showed that between 2006 and 2010, 551 workers were killed due to work-related homicides each year on average. In 2010 alone, 78 percent of such workplace homicides

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What Does It Take To Be a Food Safety Manager?

What Does It Take To Be a Food Safety Manager?

Michelle Roebuck December 30, 2016 0

If the cook is unsure whether to store his freshly delivered sirloin cuts next to his shallots, who does he ask? If the waiter has a runny nose and he’s on duty, who does

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Top 5 Reasons Why You Should Train Your Servers and Sellers

Top 5 Reasons Why You Should Train Your Servers and Sellers

Michelle Roebuck December 30, 2016 0

What’s the importance of alcohol and food server training? Is it just to protect a business’s bottom line?  To improve customer experience?  To achieve positive customer reviews?  Actually, it turns out it’s crucial to

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Updated General Industry Standard for Fall Protection: What You Need to Know

Updated General Industry Standard for Fall Protection: What You Need to Know

Matt Luman December 29, 2016 0

Statistics show that slips, trips, and falls are among the leading causes of work-related accidents and injuries in general industries. To improve worker protection, the Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) recently revised its

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Creative Home Designs

Creative Home Designs

Michelle Roebuck December 27, 2016 0

    Buying a new house or building a custom home is a great opportunity to get those dream amenities and obtain a truly unique property. No cookie cutter, banal subdivision designs, but rather

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How to Get More Clients in Arizona

How to Get More Clients in Arizona

Jonny White December 21, 2016 0

Real estate agency is a fiduciary relationship of trust and expertise. To get more clients, get your name and face out there and show that you are a trustworthy local expert who will help

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