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Safety and Workplace Violence

Who and What You'll Deal With if an Employee is Hurt

April 1, 2000
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A rundown of the major players and what may be expected of you, from working with workers' comp experts to keeping workers informed to keeping adequate records.
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Partners Awaken Cultural Change

February 27, 2000
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The Bureau of HR at Connecticut's Department of Education fought heavy skepticism to improve school safety and bring cooperation to the labor-management relationship.
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OSHA's Letter on Working at Home

January 1, 2000
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A copy of the controversial Labor Department manifesto that suggests employers be responsible for the safety of the home offices of their employees. The letter was rescinded on January 5, 2000.
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Earthquakes, Hurricanes, Protestors ..

December 31, 1999
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Be prepared for all contingencies with a disaster plan.
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Recording Back Injuries on the OSHA 200 Log

December 23, 1999
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You would prefer to make a case-by-case determination. Would this practice be an OSHA violation?
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Develop a Workplace Violence Program for Every Site

December 17, 1999
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What a prevention program should include.
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Keeping Records When One of Your Employees Gets a Cut

December 16, 1999
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Is a mild scissors cut the same as a paper cutter cut?
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Can You Add Portable Toilets

December 7, 1999
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An explanation of OSHA's position on the issue.
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Top Ten Postal Pressure Points

November 1, 1999
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You can learn something by taking a look at what makes postal workers go astray.
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