Use of Lasers Not to be Taken Lightly

A relatively recent addition to the workplace, lasers are a powerful tool. They can be used in all sorts of professions—from industry to medicine—and the benefits they provide workers in these fields cannot be emphasized enough. Nevertheless, using lasers is no small task. Aside from the fact that successful use of laser requires a high degree of precision, lasers can also be very dangerous in the wrong hands. It’s important that anyone operating a laser understand the precautions necessary to keep him or herself and coworkers out of harm’s way.

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Why Small Businesses Need to Invest in Workplace Safety

If you own a small business, chances are you have a lot on your mind. From hiring employees to managing clients to paying bills. One thing that probably isn’t on your mind is implementing office safety procedures. While no one would blame you for overlooking workplace safety, that doesn’t mean it is a good idea.

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Dangerous Openings in the Floor Put Construction Workers at Risk

Every day construction workers face on the job safety issues that could result in serious injuries or even death. One of the risks construction workers face is working on a job site where dangerous holes and openings exist.

Falls are the greatest cause of fatal construction injuries, according to the Center for Construction Research and Training. Many of these falls—including those from holes or openings in a floor—could be prevented with the proper SAFETY TRAINING and safety precautions.

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