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View Resource Safe Jobs Now: A Guide to Health and Safety in the Workplace

Deaths and injuries on the job are not random events. The dangerous conditions that cause fatalities, injuries, and illnesses can and should be corrected before tragedies happen. Staying alive and...
View Resource Are You Prepared? A Guide to Emergency Planning in the Workplace

The tragic events in September of 2001 have increased feelings of vulnerability and uncertainty in this country. Thousands died at the World Trade Center and Pentagon, and in the airliner that...
View Resource AFSCME Health & Safety Fact Sheet: Workplace Violence

Violence in the workplace has become an epidemic. Not only is workplace violence increasingly common in those workplaces where violence is expected -- for example, corrections, law enforcement and...
View Resource AFSCME Health & Safety Fact Sheet: Workplace Inspections

The main purpose of the actual workplace inspection is for the inspector(s) to discover health and safety hazards and get them corrected before injuries or illnesses occur. A closely related purpose...
View Resource AFSCME Health & Safety Fact Sheet: Work Zone Traffic Safety

Each year AFSCME members die or are seriously injured when vehicles crash through traffic control devices and enter a work zone. Workers are also struck by equipment operating within the work area....
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