Workplace safety is an area of law concerned with preventing workplace-related injuries and illnesses, according to the Legal Information Institute at Cornell University Law School. Three Department of Labor agencies are... More »

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Fire protection, means of egress, medical first aid, hazardous materials and personal protective equipment are some of the topics for workplace safety, according to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. The ... More »

Information included on a home fire safety plan is similar to the information included on a workplace plan, including identifying potential safety hazards, understanding alarm procedures and knowing evacuation protocol, ... More »

Intellectual property is any product of the human intellect that the law protects from unauthorized use by others, according to the Legal Information Institute at Cornell University Law School. Patents, copyrights, trade... More »

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Workplace safety is important because it helps prevent deaths, injuries, financial losses, property damage, increases worker productivity, enhances product or service quality and promotes good public relations. A workpla... More »

The Houston Chronicle's Small Business page offers various workplace safety tips such as keeping a break room area clean and turning off coffee makers and other appliances when not in use. Washing hands and taking home l... More »

A power of attorney gives one party the authority to act on behalf of another as his agent and can make legal and life decisions on their behalf according to the Legal Information Institute at Cornell University Law Scho... More »

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