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January 18, 2013
Safety Daily Advisor Week in Review—January 14 , 2013, to January 18, 2013

This week, the Safety Daily Advisor discussed disaster planning and surviving a workplace disaster, common occupational dermatitis hazards, a survey saying workers fail to wear required eye protection, and training your workers to avoid the risk of exposure.

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6 Steps to Evaluating Your Disaster PlanSince you never know when a disaster will hit and how it will affect your workplace, the key is to be prepared. And a first step for that is to evaluate—or reevaluate—your disaster plan.

Disaster Recovery Roles and ResponsibilitiesOften the hardest part of surviving a workplace disaster is the recovery. Here's a list of management recovery roles and responsibilities.

5 Occupational Dermatitis Hazards and How to Stop ThemOccupational skin diseases, including occupational dermatitis, are the second most common type of occupational disease, according to the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health.

Survey Says Lots of Workers Not Wearing Required Eye ProtectionOn-the-job eye injuries can have devastating consequences, such as chemical burns or blindness. Despite these potential hazards, 85% of industrial workers in a Kimberly-Clark Professional survey said they had observed others failing to wear eye protection when they should have been.

Train Workers on These 5 Strategies for Reducing Exposure RiskHazardous chemicals are a real and present danger in more than 3 million American workplaces, according to OSHA. If yours is one of them, train your workers to avoid the risk of exposure.

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

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