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Safety Tip: Electrical Safety

Anytime you work on equipment that has electricity going to it, you must use appropriate safety measures. That could be as simple as disconnecting the plug or shutting off the breaker. Make sure no one can accidentally start it up … Continue reading

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Electrically safe condition

According the National Electrical Code/National Fire Protection Agency, the term “electrically safe work condition” was first introduced into the electrical code in 1995.  Deenergizing (locking and tagging out of service) any equipment or electrical systems is a fundamental requirement prior … Continue reading

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Top Training Solutions

Before deciding to do training, we take a look at whether or not training is the solution.  Janet Keyes, Certified Industrial Hygienist and CHESS’s primary trainer, was recently asked about the top workplace incidents that training could help prevent.  This … Continue reading

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