Safety Most Important Workplace Issue for Workers: Study
Feb06

Safety Most Important Workplace Issue for Workers: Study

One of the study reports from the National Opinion Research Center at the University of Chicago, for workers the most important workplace issue is safety! It was found that more than eight of ten workers — 85% — rate workplace safety first in importance among labor standards, even ahead of family and maternity leave, minimum wage, paid sick days, overtime pay and the right to join a union. This meta-analysis sought to gain a picture...

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Avert Electrical Hazards
Feb04

Avert Electrical Hazards

Electricity can kill or severely injure people and cause damage to property. You can take simple precautions when working with or near electricity and electrical equipment to significantly reduce the risk of injury to you, your workers and others around you. VVK Nair, Retired Chief Engineer from U P State Electricity Board and Technical Consultant /Technical Adviser to Thermal Companies, provides a summary of those precautions....

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