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Working from home is the practice of engaging in work without commuting to an established location such as an office, a facility, a complex or a campus. A healthy and safe environment should be the goal for all people working from home safely.
This program examines hows stress can affect members of an organization as well methods for combating it. Awareness of potential risks and moving proactively to prevent stress taking hold, will help minimize the chances of stress-related illness.
Awareness of hand-arm vibration syndrome, identifying hazards and reducing risk levels will help prevent HAVS issues occurring in the workplace. The safety program covers Tools most likely to pose a risk, Vibration Regulations and Control Measures.
The objective of this program is to highlight the major hazard areas associated with Fatigue in the workplace and in so doing, increase awareness of the standards for worker responsibility in observing and being active in daily safety procedures.
This program looks at the relationship between people, the equipment they use and the physical environment in which they work. The program forms an introduction to ergonomics reinforces the principles employed to address ergonomic problems.
The object of this program is to identify some of the problems and to look at a variety of options available to handle this issue. The course covers definitions, safety, problem identification, confidentiality issues and drug and alcohol testing.