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Why OSHA training is important for businesses

Businesses spend $170 billion a year on costs associated with occupational injuries and illnesses. But workplaces that establish safety and health management systems can reduce their injury and illness costs.
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N95 Day – N95 Filtering Facepiece Respirators

N95 Day observance is dedicated to highlighting the N95 filtering facepiece respirator information. It is also used to disseminate important information about powered air-purifying respirators (PAPRs), half mask, and full facepiece respirators (elastomerics).

Responsible Alcohol Service on Valentine’s Day

On Valentine’s Day, don’t put that special person in danger by making a bad judgment call and drinking and driving. Likewise, one of the most important obligations of an alcohol server is the responsible service of alcoholic beverages.
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Eggs and Salmonella Dangers

Eggs - just like raw meat, poultry and fish - must be properly stored, handled and cooked - to be safe. Eggs that appear normal can contain a germ called Salmonella that can make you sick, especially if you eat raw or lightly cooked eggs. Eggs are safe when you handle and cook them properly.
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Correlation Between Unions and Worker Safety

Unions offer a safety and health advantage in the construction industry. According to a country-wide study, construction firms that employ at least some union workers are more likely to perform safety best practices and undergo OSHA training than those without any union employees.
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Ladder Safety Tips and Training

Ladder safety training instructs safe ladder practices in construction and painting, building and custodial services, warehousing, power, manufacturing, chemical and petrochemical, oil and gas, and at home.
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Young Workers Rights and Safety

If you are under age 18, there may be limits on the hours you work, the jobs you do, and the equipment you use. Likewise, your employer has the responsibility to provide a safe workplace. Learn more about young worker rights and safety.