Office Safety

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Train Employees on Office and Shop Fire Prevention

Important fire safety practices that employees and employers should know to help prevent workplace fires, keep workers safe and keep offices and stores open.

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Proper Lifting and Carrying Techniques and Safety Tips

Safety precautions to remember when your job requires lifting and carrying, to prevent potential discomfort, aggravation, strains, sprains and injury.

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Electrical Hazards Often Found in the Office at Home or at Work

The high volume of electrical equipment in a typical office work environment can expose workers to serious electrical hazards, including shocks, burns and fire.

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Why Good Housekeeping is Important to Workplace Safety

Good housekeeping includes keeping common and personal work areas clean, preventing fire hazards, and keeping stairways and exit routes safe.

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5 Safe Ways to Prevent Computer Vision Syndrome

Here are five ways anyone can help prevent Computer Vision Syndrome and maintain optimal eye health whether you are at an office or working at home.

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How Good Ergonomic Work Practices Prevent Chronic Pain

Ergonomics is important for office workers as they utilize their work space on a daily basis in such a way that increases both comfort and productivity.

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