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View Resource Excavation, Trenching and Shoring Safety

Construction work is dangerous; and work involving trenching and excavating activities tends to be the most hazardous in the industry. Yet, we see trenching and excavating work going on all around...

http://www.afscme.org/issues/1340.cfm
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...

http://www.afscme.org/issues/1334.cfm
View Resource X-Ray Technologist Schools

X-Ray Technology plays an important role in the medical field. The job of an X-Ray Technologist is to take x-ray images of a patient's bone or tissue structure, massively aiding doctors in their...

http://www.x-raytechnicianschools.org/
View Resource Needle Points: An AFSCME Guide to Sharps Safety

There are an estimated 600,000 to 800,000 needlesticks and other skin punctures or cuts among health care workers each year. About half of these incidents are not reported to employers. A needlestick...

http://www.afscme.org/issues/1336.cfm
View Resource Risky Business: A Guide for Water and Wastewater Workers

AFSCME represents over 40,000 water and wastewater treatment workers. They face exposure to flammable, explosive or poisonous gases, hazardous confined spaces, infectious diseases, temperature...

http://www.afscme.org/issues/1183.cfm
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