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Started this discussion. Last reply by Jay Cuellar Mar 8, 2009.

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Classifying Employee Exposure to Pandemic Influenza at Work

Employee risks of occupational exposure to influenza during a pandemic may vary from very high to high, medium, or lower (caution) risk. The level of risk depends in part on whether or not jobs require close proximity to people potentially infected with the pandemic influenza virus, or whether they are required to have either repeated or extended contact with known or suspected sources of pandemic influenza virus such as coworkers, the general public,… Continue

Posted on April 28, 2009 at 4:18pm — 1 Comment

Who Should Plan for a Pandemic

To reduce the impact of a pandemic on your operations, employees, customers and the general public, it is important for all businesses and organizations to begin continuity planning for a pandemic now. Lack of continuity planning can result in a cascade of failures as employers attempt to address challenges of a pandemic with insufficient resources and employees who might not be adequately trained in the jobs they will be asked to perform. Proper planning will allow employers to better protect… Continue

Posted on April 28, 2009 at 9:55am

How a Severe Pandemic Influenza Could Affect Workplaces

Unlike natural disasters or terrorist events, an influenza pandemic will be widespread, affecting multiple areas of the United States and other countries at the same time. A pandemic will also be an extended event, with multiple waves of outbreaks in the same geographic area; each outbreak could last from 6 to 8 weeks. Waves of outbreaks may occur over a year or more. Your workplace will likely experience:



- Absenteeism - A pandemic could affect as many as 40 percent of the workforce… Continue

Posted on April 28, 2009 at 9:28am

How Flu Spreads

The main way that influenza viruses are thought to spread is from person to person in respiratory droplets of coughs and sneezes. This can happen when droplets from a cough or sneeze of an infected person are propelled through the air and deposited on the mouth or nose of people nearby. Influenza viruses may also be spread when a person touches respiratory droplets on another person or an object and then touches their own mouth or nose (or someone else’s mouth or nose) before washing their… Continue

Posted on April 27, 2009 at 9:00am

Kidde Recalls to Replace Fire Extinguishers Due to Failure to Operate

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Posted on March 17, 2009 at 5:54pm — 2 Comments

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At 4:56pm on June 30, 2011, peter . Jensen sr said…

Hi John

Can you pass along any good Head Hunters to me as I am looking for a new assignment.

Safety Pete

At 7:31am on January 17, 2010, Danny Tse said…
I am planning to write a research paper to establish a Pre-Audit system for building demolition. As in Hong Kong we do not have such system and we do not and can not use explosive method, I shall be very please if any country have such system that require to have a pre-audit before implement the demolishing work.
At 8:17am on January 6, 2010, Nasir Naseer said…
Thanks Miley! I will be happy if I could add something valuable
At 4:07am on January 5, 2010, Mustafa ElSaid said…
Dear Mr. John,

I hope you're fine, and please I have an enquiry regarding the International Safety Quality Environment Management Association ( ISQEM ) is actually and really a registered and accredited organization and what about it membership since I see comment that they not replying the submitted forms, I'll be so much thankful if you have information in this regard.

Thanks in advance & best regards

Mustafa ElSaid
At 9:33am on December 14, 2009, Thomas A Kish said…
Thanks John, i will have to check out the forums. Im sure there are gonna be many helpful threads.
At 10:44pm on November 24, 2009, Naman Joshi said…
Thanks a lot, sir
At 2:15am on November 18, 2009, Robin E Pullen said…
hey there John, thanks for the welcome and invitation to the forum(s). I look foward to learning and participating where I can. Lets keep the conversation growing!
At 1:12am on November 5, 2009, Robert Kenneth Robinson said…
Thanks John, for the invite to the discussions, I will do my best to get online with them, time is of the essense here where I am currently deployed on a Government contract in Middle East as an HSE Coordinator we are on 24 hour call...
At 4:18am on November 4, 2009, Robert Kenneth Robinson said…
John, I am currently studying for the CHST exam, do you have any tips or insight on the Exam, I am under the impression that it is a hard exam and that there is a lot of hard math as well? Any advice is greatly appreciated...thanks
At 4:13am on November 4, 2009, Robert Kenneth Robinson said…
Thank you John for welcoming me into the community, I look forward to getting better aquainted with the whole network.....
 
 
 

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