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Controlling Food Allergies at Home and When Dining Out

Posted by Brian Kiley on Mar 30, 2015 9:39:28 AM

Do you know if you have food allergies? Do you take special precautions when dining out to avoid certain types of food? Do you ever wonder if restaurants, delis, and cafeterias follow food safety guidelines and use proper care when handling and preparing your meals?

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Auto Mechanics Exposure to Asbestos

Posted by Brian Kiley on Aug 28, 2014 9:23:00 AM

Auto mechanics and repair technicians are exposed to many hazards in their jobs. This includes slips and falls, particles in the eye, cuts, and burns from hot car parts. One of the most serious hazards, however, is often overlooked. This is exposure to friable asbestos from friction wear of brake pads/shoes and internal clutch parts. Aftermarket parts often manufactured overseas typically contain higher asbestos content, along with older model vehicle parts or used parts obtained from auto salvage yards.  

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Working Safely near Overhead Power Lines

Posted by Brian Kiley on Oct 4, 2013 1:19:00 PM

Serious injuries and fatalities caused by contact with high-voltage, overhead power lines are actually more common than you’d think ... both at work AND at home.

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