Coronavirus Treatment and Prevention

In early 2020, Coronavirus became the news headlines all over the world because of the unprecedented speed of its transmission. Over 150 countries are dealing with it and many are trying to find Coronavirus treatment. But, up to now (March 15th, 2020), no promising results have been achieved. Despite the global concern and panic over…

Coronavirus

The Coronavirus has become the main worry of many organizations, governments, and of course, people. The CDC recommends not to panic, and everything is under control. Coronavirus broke the record of the SARS death toll in 2003 and is increasing to move ahead. Some don’t take the safety precautions seriously, and it worries health organizations…

Hepatitis A and B vaccine

“By the reports provided by the World Health Organization, 2,850,000 people became newly infected with hepatitis in 2017. Viral hepatitis A and B affects 325 million people worldwide, causing 1.4 million deaths a year”. Hepatitis is considered the second major killer infectious disease, after tuberculosis (Tuberculosis or TB is a disease that’s caused by bacteria called…

Kind of Vaccines

During the 2017-2018 flu vaccine season, the effectiveness of vaccination against influenza A and B viruses was %40. The statistics for this year are believed to be higher. Most of the contagious diseases spread in public places/workplace can be prevented by vaccines. Vaccination has proved to be the most effective way in the battle against…

DOT physical Exam

Department of Transportation physical – DOT Exam How many people die in car accidents annually in the United States of America? Reports indicate that 40,327 people were killed in U.S. vehicle accidents in 2017. Large trucks cause 8 percent of vehicle fatal accidents in the U.S. This is why when you become a truck driver…

A person is doing Respirator Fit Test

Wearing a respirator is crucial for employees working in conditions where they could breathe in polluted air, vapors, or fibers. If you work in a hazardous area with harmful dust, fumes, gases, etc., the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requires you to wear respirators. You must conduct a medical examination and respirator fit test…

Fit for Duty test

Fit for Duty Exam Fit for Duty (FFD) consists of an exam in which an employee’s physical, physiological, and psychological state is tested to evaluate how he/she can perform assigned tasks safely. Safety-sensitive position/duties /task The safety-sensitive position is any duty, which if not completed safely, would risk: Employer Co-workers The general public The environment The…

drug and alcohol test

Employment drug and alcohol test There are several ways to avoid work-related injuries such as providing training, protecting mechanisms for managing risk examinations, and safety reviews. Another simple and preventive method is employment drug and alcohol testing. It is an effective way to create a safe work environment. This procedure can reduce the risk of…

snohc

Occupational Health and Safety (OSHA) Did you know that there is an organization called “Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)” that secures employee’s rights and safety at the workplace? Knowing and following these rights are mandatory for both employees and employers. In this article, you’ll learn about OSHA Act, four main groups of OSHA standards…

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