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Workplace health and safety procedures are necessary for protecting employers and employees against certain hazards, such as disease and poisonous chemicals, according to Sherrie Scott for the Houston Chronicle. Guidelin... More »

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The Occupational Safety and Health Administration, a division of the United States Department of Labor, offers over 40 different workplace safety classes as of October 2015. OSHA's class catalog covers a variety of workp... More »

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The best place to find workplace safety information is from the Occupational Safety & Health Administration, or OSHA, website. OSHA is part of the United States Department of Labor, and the agency is responsible for prov... More »

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Basic workplace safety tips include training workers on safety procedures; reducing hazards by modifying workplace conditions rather than adding security measures; and performing safety tests and inspections, according t... More »

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A written safety plan includes information such as identification of possible hazards, a process of recognizing and reporting potential hazards, alarm procedures, and procedures on how to inform employees of hazards, acc... More »

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Whether written by OSHA or created by a business itself to educate its employees, an OSHA safety manual contains information on common workplace hazards, how to avoid them, and best practices for using specific equipment... More »

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Examples of company procedures include requiring employees to adhere to a specific dress code, workplace safety standards, methods of discipline, and rules regarding smoking, according to the Houston Chronicle. Company p... More »

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