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The importance of workplace cell phone policies

The rapid growth of technology has increased the need for workplace cell phone policies. Millions of workers in the United States take personal devices to work daily, but using cell phones on the job presents safety hazards and potential liability issues. Employers of all size should develop formal, written guidelines on cell phone use while…

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Consumer alert: Check your circuit breaker

Millions of Americans may be in danger from defective electrical equipment in their homes and businesses, yet may not be aware of the risk. If you reside in a home with electrical circuit breakers and panels installed in the mid-1950s through the early 1980s, have your equipment inspected and replaced, if necessary. During that period,…

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What Are the True Costs of a Cyber Attack?

How would an incident of Ransomware affect your business operations? Consider a small electrical contracting firm who installs and maintains electrical systems with private and commercial clients.  Imagine one of the company’s employees received an email from a “potential job applicant” who attached their resume for consideration. The employee clicked on the resume and the…

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Trips & Falls in the Workplace

According to the Department of Labor, slips, trips and falls are leading causes of workplace injuries. In fact, more than 8.7 million people are injured by workplace slip, trip and fall incidents every year. Watch this video for five strategies to help reduce slips, trips and falls in your workplace.

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