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OSHA Guide for Poor Ergonomics

Poor Ergonomics Hazard: Improper lifting, repetitive motion or poor design of operations can lead to musculoskeletal disorders in workers. Solutions: If possible, use powered equipment instead of requiring a manual lift for heavy materials; Reduce lifts from shoulder...

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OSHA Guide for Charging Stations Safety

Charging Stations Safety Hazard: Fires and explosion risks are possible unless proper guidelines are followed. Solutions: Prohibit smoking and open flames in and around charging stations; Provide adequate ventilation to disperse fumes from gassing batteries; Ensure...

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OSHA Guide for Hazard Communication Safety

Hazard Communication Safety Hazard: Chemical burns are possible if spills of hazardous materials occur. Solutions: Maintain a Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for each chemical to which workers are exposed in the facility; Follow instructions on the MSDS for handling...

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OSHA Guide for Manual Lifting/Handling Safety

Manual Lifting/Handling Hazard: Back injuries may occur from improper lifting or overexertion. Solutions: Provide general ergonomics training and task-specific training; Minimize the need for lifting by using good design and engineering techniques; Lift properly and...

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OSHA Guide for Materials Storage Safety

Materials Storage Safety Hazard: Improperly stored materials may fall and injure workers. Solutions: Stack loads evenly and straight; Place heavier loads on lower or middle shelves; Remove one object at a time from shelves; Keep aisles and passageways clear and in...

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