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Regulatory Analysis
We are continually updating our state and national regulatory analysis to help you keep up with the changing regs. See the updated section on the What's New page to find all of the topics.
New Documents
Employee News Articles:
What you need to know about burns in the workplace, including first-aid treatment for first-, second-, and third-degree burns.
news & notes: Workplace Options, a global provider of employee assistance program (EAP) services, examined data representing more than 100,000 employees’ EAP inquiries from 2012 to 2014.

While the number of cases dealing with personal emotional health issues remained relatively constant over the period, those related to stress, anxiety, and depression showed an “alarming” increase, according to the provider.
Avoid trips and falls in the office.
Get your work clothes professionally cleaned to avoid bringing contaminated and hazardous materials home.
news & notes: The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has launched a new webpage to help employers and employees understand and address violence in hospitals and other healthcare settings.
Keith Robinson, corporate safety director at Civil & Environmental Consultants, Inc., uses the ABC model to explain what influences behaviors. The ABC model involves activators (antecedents), behaviors, and consequences.
news & notes: A study by a researcher at the University of East Anglia (UAE) and Concordia University aimed to improve understanding of the main causes of “presenteeism,” or going to work ill.
Use this quiz to test what you know about burns and first aid.
Take the proper trenching precautions.
Audio Presentations:
This presentation will help prepare workers at construction sites to recognize potential exposures to hazardous silica dust and take measures to prevent exposure. At the end of the presentation workers will be able to describe respirable crystalline silica and the health effects of exposure to silica dust, at-risk activities on construction worksites that involve airborne release of silica dust, and how to take effective precautions to prevent exposure.
PowerPoints:
This presentation will help prepare workers at construction sites to recognize potential exposures to hazardous silica dust and take measures to prevent exposure. At the end of the presentation workers will be able to describe respirable crystalline silica and the health effects of exposure to silica dust, at-risk activities on construction worksites that involve airborne release of silica dust, and how to take effective precautions to prevent exposure. Download this presentation to train your workers about silica.
Speaker's Notes:
Download this speaker's notes to use with the PowerPoint presentation while training your workers in silica.
Handouts:
Download this handout to give your workers during the PowerPoint training for silica.
Training Exercises:
Download this Exercise to accompany your Powerpoint training on silica.
Use this exercise to accompany your PowerPoint training on silica.
Quizzes:
Use this quiz with the PowerPoint to train your workers on silica.
Trainer's Guides:
Use this trainer's guide to help you prepare for training workers on silica.
Plans:
This sample Silica Exposure Control Plan serves as the required Written Exposure Control Plan and applies to construction industry workplaces with activities related to the cutting, sawing, drilling, and crushing of concrete, brick, ceramic tiles, rock, and stone products containing crystalline silica.
White Papers:
Ergonomics is the science of fitting the job to the worker. The goal as described by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) is “to reduce stress and eliminate injuries and disorders associated with the overuse of muscles, bad posture, and repeated tasks.” To get the latest on ergonomics challenges and solutions, we turned to two highly experienced consultants.
Questions & Answers:
We assume based on your question that these are inhouse containers and not for transport out of your facility. If so, your workplace labeling system can include signs, placards, process sheets, batch tickets, operating procedures, or other such written materials to identify hazardous chemicals.
Employee News Articles:
news & notes: Workplace violence is a growing problem in the United States. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, roughly 2 million workers report being victims every year, and more than 700 die as a result of workplace violence. This has a devastating effect on the productivity of a business and on employees’ quality of life.
Employers have an obligation under the General Duty Clause of the Occupational Safety and Health Act to provide a work environment free from threats and violence.
news & notes: New research finds that those who commute home after working the night shift may be at high risk for drowsy-driving crashes because of disruption to their sleep/wake cycles and insufficient sleep during the night.
Parking lots, winter, and distractions can be a dangerous combination. Take these nine parking lot precautions.
Space heaters are a quick way to heat things up in a drafty office or workspace, but they can increase the risks of fire and electric shock if not used properly. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration does not specifically prohibit use of portable electric heaters, but the safety agency does require that any electrical equipment be used according to the manufacturer’s specifications.
news & notes: The Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) “Serious Event Reporting Online Form” is now live. The Agency’s recordkeeping rule requires employers to report to OSHA any work-related fatality within 8 hours and any inpatient hospitalization, amputation, or loss of an eye within 24 hours.
Stay safe and healthy on the road. The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) says its study, published in the journal Accident Analysis and Prevention, is the first to describe truck crashes, work-related injuries, work environments, driver training, attitudes and behaviors.
news & notes: The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) renewed its alliance with the Independent Electrical Contractors, Inc (IEC). During the 5-year agreement, the alliance will focus on providing agency staff with 70E and arc-flash training and preventing worker exposures to electric shock and arc flash hazards.
Use this quiz to test what you know about violence in the workplace.
Toxic chemicals are used as ingredients in many industrial products, and most workplaces contain some poisonous substances. Prevent poisoning by taking these precautions.
Questions & Answers:
Work on low-slope (flat roofs) in general industry is addressed in 29 CFR 1910.28(b)(13). Under the rule, when work is performed less than 6 feet (ft) from the roof edge, the employer must ensure each employee is protected from falling by a guardrail system, safety net system, travel restraint system, or personal fall arrest system.
Employee News Articles:
news & notes: The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has updated its National Emphasis Program (NEP) on Amputations.
Know how to protect yourself from amputation hazards while operating machinery and equipment.
news & notes: There was a sharp increase in traffic deaths during the first 9 months of 2015, according to the U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).
Alternate your sitting and standing positions while working in order to find balance and maximum health benefits.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that Americans use preventive services at about half the recommended rate, despite insurance covering 100% of these costs. Preventive care includes health services such as screenings, checkups, patient counseling, vaccinations, and immunizations.
news & notes: The 2016 Healthy Hand Washing Survey conducted by Bradley Corporation found that the majority of Americans are comfortable using their cell phone in a public or workplace restroom stall. And nearly 80 percent say they frequently or occasionally see others leave a public restroom without washing their hands.
The World Health Organization (WHO) declared the Zika virus and its suspected link to brain-damaged babies a public health emergency of international concern.
news & notes: The U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has launched a campaign called Safe Cars Save Lives that urges consumers to check for open recalls at least twice a year and to get their vehicles repaired as soon as parts are available.
The media and the Internet constantly carry news about mass shootings, terrorist attacks, natural disasters, and other troubling events. So, what are the possible health implications of being constantly exposed to negative news?
Use this quiz to test what you know about machine safety and amputations.
Questions & Answers:
OSHA's electrical safety rule at 29 CFR 1910.303(b)(2) allows the use of power strips as long as they are installed and used in accordance with instructions from the manufacturer and included in the listing or labeling on the device from a certified source such as UL (Underwriters Laboratory). OSHA does not say whether the strips can be used permanently.
We could not find any OSHA requirement or guidance to determine whether multiple manufacturer's manuals are required for the same type of equipment at the same establishment. OSHA does not have a rule specific to the lifts, but many OSHA rules state that the equipment manuals must be readily available to equipment operators and service/maintenance workers--the agency leaves it to the employer to determine the best way to make them readily available.
Updated Documents
Quizzes:
The objective of this session is to provide your workers with the information they need to work safely outdoors. By the end of the session, they should be able to identify outdoor hazards, take proper precautions to prevent injury or illness, and apply effective first aid in the event of an injury or exposure. Use this quiz to accompany the Working Safely Outdoors PowerPoint presentation.
Speaker's Notes:
The objective of this session is to provide your workers with the information they need to work safely outdoors. By the end of the session, they should be able to identify outdoor hazards, take proper precautions to prevent injury or illness, and apply effective first aid in the event of an injury or exposure. Use these speaker's notes to accompany the Working Safely Outdoors PowerPoint presentation.
PowerPoints:
The objective of this session is to provide your workers with the information they need to work safely outdoors. By the end of the session, they should be able to identify outdoor hazards, take proper precautions to prevent injury or illness, and apply effective first aid in the event of an injury or exposure.
Audio Presentations:
The objectives of this session are to prepare your workers to work safely in hot conditions and reduce the risk of heat-related illness. By the end of the session, they should be able to understand how hot conditions affect the body, recognize symptoms of heat illness, and take precautions to reduce the risk of heat illness.
PowerPoints:
The objective of this session is to discuss general ladder safety. By the end of the session, your workers should be able to recognize the importance of ladder safety; identify common causes of ladder accidents; select and inspect ladders correctly; set up ladders properly; climb and work on ladders safely; and maintain, store, and transport ladders properly.
Speaker's Notes:
The objective of this session is to discuss general ladder safety. By the end of the session, your workers should be able to recognize the importance of ladder safety; identify common causes of ladder accidents; select and inspect ladders correctly; set up ladders properly; climb and work on ladders safely; and maintain, store, and transport ladders properly. Use these speaker's notes to accompany the Ladder Safety PowerPoint presentation.
PowerPoints:
The objectives of this session are to prepare your workers to work safely in hot conditions and reduce the risk of heat-related illness. By the end of the session, they should be able to understand how hot conditions affect the body, recognize symptoms of heat illness, and take precautions to reduce the risk of heat illness.
Speaker's Notes:
The objective of this session is to help your supervisors prevent slips, trips, and falls among they employees they manage. Use these speaker's notes to accompany the Slips, Trips, and Falls--What Supervisors Need to Know PowerPoint presentation.
Audio Presentations:
The objective of this session is to discuss general ladder safety. By the end of the session, your workers should be able to recognize the importance of ladder safety; identify common causes of ladder accidents; select and inspect ladders correctly; set up ladders properly; climb and work on ladders safely; and maintain, store, and transport ladders properly.
The objective of this session is to provide your workers with the information they need to work safely outdoors. By the end of the session, they should be able to identify outdoor hazards, take proper precautions to prevent injury or illness, and apply effective first aid in the event of an injury or exposure.
Speaker's Notes:
The objectives of this session are to prepare your workers to work safely in hot conditions and reduce the risk of heat-related illness. Use these speaker's notes to accompany the Working in Hot Conditions PowerPoint presentation.
Trainer's Guides:
The objective of this session is to help your supervisors prevent slips, trips, and falls among they employees they manage. Use this trainer's guide to accompany the Slips, Trips, and Falls--What Supervisors Need to Know PowerPoint presentation.
Quizzes:
Across industries and across the years, slips, trips, and falls continue to be among the leading causes of workplace injury. They are also debilitating, costly, and, most important, largely preventable. Use this Slips, Trips, and Falls--What Supervisors Need to Know quiz to train you workers on Slips and Falls.
Handouts:
The objective of this session is to help your supervisors prevent slips, trips, and falls among they employees they manage. Use this handout to accompany the Slips, Trips, and Falls--What Supervisors Need to Know PowerPoint presentation.
Training Exercises:
The objective of this session is to provide your workers with the information they need to work safely outdoors. By the end of the session, they should be able to identify outdoor hazards, take proper precautions to prevent injury or illness, and apply effective first aid in the event of an injury or exposure. Use this training exercise to accompany the Working Safely Outdoors PowerPoint presentation.
The objective of this session is to provide your workers with the information they need to work safely outdoors. By the end of the session, they should be able to identify outdoor hazards, take proper precautions to prevent injury or illness, and apply effective first aid in the event of an injury or exposure. Use this training exercise to accompany the Working Safely Outdoors PowerPoint presentation.
Trainer's Guides:
Working outdoors exposes us to many different types of hazards, including poisonous plants, insect bites and stings, snakebites, animal bites or scratches, heat-related and cold-related illnesses, pesticides and herbicides, and even power tools. To provide a safe outdoor work environment, employers need to make sure their employees understand some of the hazards of outdoor work and how to protect themselves from those hazards. Use this Working Safely Outdoors guide to train your workers on heat and cold.
Training Exercises:
The objectives of this session are to prepare your workers to work safely in hot conditions and reduce the risk of heat-related illness. Use this training exercise to accompany the Working in Hot Conditions PowerPoint presentation.
The objectives of this session are to prepare your workers to work safely in hot conditions and reduce the risk of heat-related illness. Use this training exercise to accompany the Working in Hot Conditions PowerPoint presentation.
Trainer's Guides:
The objectives of this session are to prepare your workers to work safely in hot conditions and reduce the risk of heat-related illness. Use this trainer's guide to accompany the Working in Hot Conditions PowerPoint presentation.
Quizzes:
The objectives of this session are to prepare your workers to work safely in hot conditions and reduce the risk of heat-related illness. Use this quiz to accompany the Working in Hot Conditions PowerPoint presentation.
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136367training.aspx/training/employee-news-articles/emergency-planning-and-response/first-aid/Background-on-Burns/First AidEmployee News Articles Background on Burns
136368training.aspx/training/employee-news-articles/employee-health/employee-wellness/Increased-Stress/WellnessEmployee News Articles Increased Stress
136369training.aspx/training/employee-news-articles/employee-safety/slips-and-falls/Office-Space/Slips and FallsEmployee News Articles Office Space
136370training.aspx/training/employee-news-articles/safety-administration/safety-general/Lurking-in-the-Laundry/Safety - GeneralEmployee News Articles Lurking in the Laundry
136372training.aspx/training/employee-news-articles/equipment-and-process-safety/healthcare-safety/Healthcare-Violence-Site/Healthcare SafetyEmployee News Articles Healthcare Violence Site
136373training.aspx/training/employee-news-articles/safety-administration/safety-general/ABCs-of-Safety/Safety - GeneralEmployee News Articles ABCs of Safety
136381training.aspx/training/employee-news-articles/employee-health/employee-health/Presenteeism-Problems/Health - GeneralEmployee News Articles Presenteeism Problems
136382training.aspx/training/employee-news-articles/emergency-planning-and-response/first-aid/Background-on-Burns-Quiz/First AidEmployee News Articles Background on Burns Quiz
136383training.aspx/training/employee-news-articles/construction-safety/trenching-construction/Excavation-Errors/Trenching (Construction)Employee News Articles Excavation Errors
136533training.aspx/training/workplace-safety-audio-presentations/hazardous-substances-and-materials/silica/Respirable-Crystalline-Silica-in-Construction-Prev/SilicaAudio Presentations Respirable Crystalline Silica in Construction: Preventing Exposure
136534training.aspx/training/workplace-safety-training-powerpoints/hazardous-substances-and-materials/silica/Respirable-Crystalline-Silica-in-Construction-Prev-136534/SilicaPowerPoints Respirable Crystalline Silica in Construction: Preventing Exposure
136535training.aspx/training/workplace-safety-training-speakers-notes/hazardous-substances-and-materials/silica/Respirable-Crystalline-Silica-in-Construction-Prev-136535/SilicaSpeaker's Notes Respirable Crystalline Silica in Construction: Preventing Exposure
136536training.aspx/training/workplace-safety-training-handouts/hazardous-substances-and-materials/silica/Respirable-Crystalline-Silica-in-Construction-Prev-136536/SilicaHandouts Respirable Crystalline Silica in Construction: Preventing Exposure
136537training.aspx/training/workplace-safety-training-exercises/hazardous-substances-and-materials/silica/Respirable-Crystalline-Silica-in-Construction-Prev-136537/SilicaTraining Exercises Respirable Crystalline Silica in Construction: Preventing Exposure (Exercise 1)
136538training.aspx/training/workplace-safety-training-exercises/hazardous-substances-and-materials/silica/Respirable-Crystalline-Silica-in-Construction-Prev-136538/SilicaTraining Exercises Respirable Crystalline Silica in Construction: Preventing Exposure (Exercise 2)
136539training.aspx/training/quizzes/hazardous-substances-and-materials/silica/Respirable-Crystalline-Silica-in-Construction-Prev-136539/SilicaQuizzes Respirable Crystalline Silica in Construction: Preventing Exposure
136540training.aspx/training/workplace-safety-trainers-guides/hazardous-substances-and-materials/silica/Respirable-Crystalline-Silica-in-Construction-Prev-136540/SilicaTrainer's Guides Respirable Crystalline Silica in Construction: Preventing Exposure
136526timesavers.aspx/timesavers/workplace-safety-plans/hazardous-substances-and-materials/silica/Silica-exposure-control-plan-Exposure-control-plan/SilicaPlans Silica written exposure control plan
136524reference.aspx/workplace-safety-reference-materials/white-papers/employee-health/workplace-ergonomics/Employers-taking-action-on-ergonomics/Ergonomics White Papers Employers taking action on ergonomics
136518faqs.aspx/workplace-safety-faqs/hazardous-substances-and-materials/hazardous-chemical-labels/-What-are-the-requirements-regarding-labeling-of-c/Labels Questions & Answers Can I attach the labels to the wall behind the drums or must the labels be attached to the actual container(s) that holds the product?
136357training.aspx/training/employee-news-articles/emergency-planning-and-response/violence-in-workplace/Workplace-Violence-Stats/Violence in the WorkplaceEmployee News Articles Workplace Violence Stats
136358training.aspx/training/employee-news-articles/emergency-planning-and-response/violence-in-workplace/Violence-in-the-Workplace-136358/Violence in the WorkplaceEmployee News Articles Violence in the Workplace
136359training.aspx/training/employee-news-articles/safety-administration/shift-work/Night-Shift-Commute/Shift WorkEmployee News Articles Night Shift Commute
136360training.aspx/training/employee-news-articles/transportation-safety/driving-safely/Precarious-Parking-Lots/Driving SafelyEmployee News Articles Precarious Parking Lots
136361training.aspx/training/employee-news-articles/employee-health/heat-and-cold/Space-Heater-Safety/Heat and ColdEmployee News Articles Space Heater Safety
136362training.aspx/training/employee-news-articles/safety-administration/OSHA-Occupational-Safety-and-Health-Administration/OSHA-Reporting-Form/OSHA Employee News Articles OSHA Reporting Form
136363training.aspx/training/employee-news-articles/transportation-safety/driver-safety-motor-carriers/Keep-on-Truckin/Commercial Driver SafetyEmployee News Articles Keep on Truckin'
136364training.aspx/training/employee-news-articles/equipment-and-process-safety/electrical-safety/OSHA-and-IEC/Electrical SafetyEmployee News Articles OSHA and IEC
136365training.aspx/training/employee-news-articles/emergency-planning-and-response/violence-in-workplace/Violence-in-the-Workplace-Quiz/Violence in the WorkplaceEmployee News Articles Violence in the Workplace Quiz
136366training.aspx/training/employee-news-articles/hazardous-substances-and-materials/chemical-hazards/Poison-Prevention-Primer/Chemical HazardsEmployee News Articles Poison Prevention Primer
136501faqs.aspx/workplace-safety-faqs/construction-safety/fall-protection-construction/Our-employees-work-in-general-industry-and-constru/Fall Protection (Construction)Questions & Answers My question, what is required of our employees when they are working on a roof at a customer's jobsite under 1910 and 1926?
136345training.aspx/training/employee-news-articles/equipment-and-process-safety/machine-safety/Emphasis-on-Amputations/Machine Safety Employee News Articles Emphasis on Amputations
136346training.aspx/training/employee-news-articles/equipment-and-process-safety/machine-safety/All-About-Amputation/Machine Safety Employee News Articles All About Amputation
136347training.aspx/training/employee-news-articles/transportation-safety/driving-safely/Traffic-Deaths-Rise/Driving SafelyEmployee News Articles Traffic Deaths Rise
136348training.aspx/training/employee-news-articles/employee-health/workplace-ergonomics/SitStand-Cycle/Ergonomics Employee News Articles Sit/Stand Cycle
136349training.aspx/training/employee-news-articles/employee-health/employee-health/Keep-Up-With-Your-Checkups/Health - GeneralEmployee News Articles Keep Up With Your Checkups
136350training.aspx/training/employee-news-articles/employee-health/employee-health/Cell-Phone-Call-of-Nature/Health - GeneralEmployee News Articles Cell Phone Call of Nature
136351training.aspx/training/employee-news-articles/employee-health/employee-health/Zero-in-on-the-Zika-Virus/Health - GeneralEmployee News Articles Zero in on the Zika Virus
136352training.aspx/training/employee-news-articles/transportation-safety/driving-safely/Check-Auto-Recalls/Driving SafelyEmployee News Articles Check Auto Recalls
136353training.aspx/training/employee-news-articles/employee-health/employee-health/Unplug-for-Mental-Wellness/Health - GeneralEmployee News Articles Unplug for Mental Wellness
136354training.aspx/training/employee-news-articles/equipment-and-process-safety/machine-safety/All-About-Amputation-Quiz/Machine Safety Employee News Articles All About Amputation Quiz
136496faqs.aspx/workplace-safety-faqs/equipment-and-process-safety/electrical-safety/We-recently-had-a-safety-audit-from-another-member/Electrical SafetyQuestions & Answers According to OSHA, are we allowed to use power strips to permanently power electronics like office computers?
136497faqs.aspx/workplace-safety-faqs/safety-administration/safety-general/Does-an-automotivenbsprepair-facility-with-12-auto/Safety - GeneralQuestions & Answers Does an automotive repair facility with multiple automotive lifts have to have a manufacturers manual for every lift in the facility if all those lifts are the same brand and make?
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95783training.aspx/training/quizzes/safety-administration/safety-general/Working-Safely-Outdoors-Word-95783/Safety - GeneralQuizzes Working Safely Outdoors Quiz 1 (Word)
95785training.aspx/training/workplace-safety-training-speakers-notes/safety-administration/safety-general/Working-Safely-Outdoors-Script-View/Safety - GeneralSpeaker's Notes Working Safely Outdoors - Script View
95786training.aspx/training/workplace-safety-training-powerpoints/safety-administration/safety-general/Working-Safely-Outdoors-PPT/Safety - GeneralPowerPoints Working Safely Outdoors (PPT)
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116025training.aspx/training/workplace-safety-training-powerpoints/employee-safety/ladder-safety/Ladder-Safety-PPT/LaddersPowerPoints Ladder Safety (PPT)
116030training.aspx/training/workplace-safety-training-speakers-notes/employee-safety/ladder-safety/Ladder-Safety-PDF-116030/LaddersSpeaker's Notes Ladder Safety (PDF)
78034training.aspx/training/workplace-safety-training-powerpoints/employee-health/heat-and-cold/Working-in-Hot-Conditions-PPT/Heat and ColdPowerPoints Working in Hot Conditions (PPT)
116783training.aspx/training/workplace-safety-training-speakers-notes/employee-safety/slips-and-falls/Slips-Trips-and-Falls-What-Supervisors-Need-to-Kno-116783/Slips and FallsSpeaker's Notes Slips, Trips, and Falls--What Supervisors Need to Know (PDF) - Script View
123788training.aspx/training/workplace-safety-audio-presentations/employee-safety/ladder-safety/Ladder-Safety-123788/LaddersAudio Presentations Ladder Safety
128253training.aspx/training/workplace-safety-audio-presentations/safety-administration/safety-general/Working-safely-outdoors/Safety - GeneralAudio Presentations Working Safely Outdoors
78039training.aspx/training/workplace-safety-training-speakers-notes/employee-health/heat-and-cold/Working-in-Hot-Conditions-Script-View/Heat and ColdSpeaker's Notes Working in Hot Conditions - Script View
116784training.aspx/training/workplace-safety-trainers-guides/employee-safety/slips-and-falls/Slips-Trips-and-Falls-What-Supervisors-Need-to-Kno-116784/Slips and FallsTrainer's Guides Slips, Trips, and Falls--What Supervisors Need to Know (PDF)
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112873training.aspx/training/workplace-safety-training-exercises/safety-administration/safety-general/Working-Safely-Outdoors-PDF-112873/Safety - GeneralTraining Exercises Working Safely Outdoors Exercise 1 (PDF)
112874training.aspx/training/workplace-safety-training-exercises/safety-administration/safety-general/Working-Safely-Outdoors-PDF-112874/Safety - GeneralTraining Exercises Working Safely Outdoors Exercise 2 (PDF)
112875training.aspx/training/workplace-safety-trainers-guides/safety-administration/safety-general/Working-Safely-Outdoors-PDF-112875/Safety - GeneralTrainer's Guides Working Safely Outdoors (PDF)
102933training.aspx/training/workplace-safety-training-exercises/employee-health/heat-and-cold/Working-in-Hot-Conditions-Exercise-1-PDF/Heat and ColdTraining Exercises Working in Hot Conditions Exercise 1 (PDF)
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102935training.aspx/training/workplace-safety-trainers-guides/employee-health/heat-and-cold/Working-in-Hot-Conditions-PDF-102935/Heat and ColdTrainer's Guides Working in Hot Conditions (PDF)
78037training.aspx/training/quizzes/employee-health/heat-and-cold/Working-in-Hot-Conditions-Word-78037/Heat and ColdQuizzes Working in Hot Conditions (Word)
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Dog bites, an all too well-known job hazard of our postal workers, increased in 2016. Which of the following is NOT on the list of the top five cities for letter carrier dog attacks in 2016?
• Los Angeles
• Cleveland
• Chicago
• Louisville
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