Winter 2018 Newsletter

Our free quarterly newsletter focuses on following a safety program and practicing safe work habits to increase productivity in the work environment and reduce injuries and illnesses.

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Prevent Workplace Violence

All your employees should be trained so that they are aware of the potential security hazards at your facility and the means to protect themselves and coworkers. The training should include your workplace violence and prevention program and the procedures and practices to follow in the event of a violent incident.

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Test For Risk of Radon Gas Exposure

You can't see it, smell it or touch it. The #1 cause of lung cancer outside of smoking is a radioactive gas that everyone breathes in every day, usually at low levels. Radon gas is produced from a natural breakdown of uranium in soil, rock and water. This radioactive gas can be detected in homes, offices and schools; it enters buildings through cracks in floors and walls, construction joints and electrical wires.

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Burnout Prevention and Recovery

The negative effects of burnout spill over into every area of life—including your home, work, and social life. Burnout can also cause long-term changes to your body that make you vulnerable to illnesses like colds and flu. Because of its many consequences, it’s important to deal with burnout right away. Are you on the road to burnout?

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5 Ways To Take Care Of Your Heart

Heart disease has become the leading cause of death in the US. From coronary artery disease to heart arrhythmias, the types of heart diseases are numerous. Aside from genetics playing a role, heart disease can be prevented by healthy lifestyle choices! And working towards a healthy heart while you're still young is crucial. In order to help you all get on the right path, here are some tips to a healthier heart!