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OSHA Fact Sheet: Controlling Hazardous Fume and Gases during Welding
OSHA Fact Sheet: Eye Protection against Radiant Energy during Welding and Cutting in Shipyard Employment
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3117 - Informaci¿n Sobre Los Riesgos de Los Productos Qu¿micos
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Machines used in woodworking are dangerous, particularly when used improperly or without proper safeguards. Workers operating woodworking equipment suffer the following common injuries: laceration, amputation, severed fingers, and blindness. Wood dust and the chemicals used in finishing are health hazards, and workers in this industry can suffer from skin and respiratory diseases.
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What are the highlights of the scaffolding standard? OSHA's scaffolding standard has several key provisions: Fall protection or fall arrest systems—Each employee more than 10 feet above a lower level shall be protected from falls by guardrails or a fall arrest system, except those on single-point and two-point adjustable suspension scaffolds.
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Assessing the Need for Personal Protective Equipment: A Guide for Small Business Employers Small Business Safety Management Series U.S. Department of Labor Occupational Safety and Health Administration OSHA 3151 2000 (Reprinted)
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Construction Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
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Controlling Electrical Hazards
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