Monthly Archives: September 2009

Food Safety

Is it the 24 hour bug or is it food poisoning? Mild cases of food poisoning are probably pretty common. The Department of Agriculture has recommendations for reducing the chances of foodborne illnesses: Wash your hands before preparing a meal, … Continue reading

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H1N1: Small Business Planning for the Flu

Planning for a Pandemic If you’re feeling wretched, will you still come in to work? If doing so would make nearly all of your employees sick, would you still come in? And if all of your technicians were out with … Continue reading

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Stand-up Forklifts – Crush Hazard

OSHA recently investigated a fatality where a stand-up forklift operated was pinned between the horizontal shelf of pallet racking and the operator’s area of the forklift.  It appeared the operator was driving backwards, but not looking in the direction of … Continue reading

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