Monthly Archives: May 2012

Integrated Management System — A Means To Improve Cash Flow

There are instances when business owners can experience their business is unmanageable, and they start desiring for some magic tool which could handle their issues. They want this tool to eliminate administrative problems, improve operations and help maximize employee productivity. … Continue reading

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Identify Drug Users At Work

Who claims drug users are just limited to students and bystanders? They are incorrect since there are a lot of employees who are users of prohibited drugs. Data from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) reveals that around 17.2 … Continue reading

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Kitchen Work Accidents

By Julie Glynn The catering industry poses a number of potential hazards to employees, none more so than those within the kitchen. Indeed, kitchens can be dangerous at the best of times, and this will be all the more manifest … Continue reading

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Summer Catering in an Olympic Year Requires Thorough Preparation of Facilities

The summer season and the 2012 Olympics are fast approaching and the owners of restaurants and cafes will want to be confident that they can take advantage of the increased opportunities. This kind of headline is something they will want … Continue reading

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Dust – Is It Really That Harmful?

By Richard Johnson When it comes to carrying out home improvements and health and safety issues, you’re probably like the rest of us and think it’s falling of a ladder or injuring yourself with a tool that you should worry … Continue reading

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Knock Down The Barriers To CPR

By Geoff Goond The process of Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) involves a first aider delivering chest compressions and rescue breaths to victims of cardiac arrest. Unfortunately a large proportion of the pubic and even first aiders themselves would not feel … Continue reading

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