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March 01, 2013
Safety Daily Advisor Week in Review—February 25, 2013, to March 1, 2013

This week, the Safety Daily Advisor discussed the hazards of solvent use in the workplace and safe solvent work practices; what does and does not need to be recorded on an OSHA 300 log and the importance of being attentive to how an incident is recorded on the log to avoid a violation; and effective safety training for your new hires.

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Solving the Solvent Problem Solvents are certainly useful in many workplaces but can also be hazardous to health and may cause fires, explosions, and contamination.

Solvent Vapors: What Are the Risks?As we said in the above article, many solvents evaporate quickly. This results in harmful solvent vapors in the air, creating not only fire risks but also health risks for employees.

Other Recordable Cases or Simple First Aid? How to TellOSHA doesn't require you to record injuries that only require first aid. But it isn't always easy to determine when an incident is recordable and when it isn't.

Illness and Injury Records as Evidence of OSHA ViolationIs it possible that your injury and illness records could be used against you as evidence of OSHA violations? The answer may surprise you.

Q&A on Safety Training for New HiresYou have just hired new workers and you want them to become familiar with their new tasks quickly but safely. In this article, we provide answers to several common questions about new employee orientation and training.

BLR’s Safety Daily Advisor is a free, daily source of workplace safety tips, news, and advice.

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