The Splunk Commands are one of the programming commands which makes your search processing simple with the subset of language by the Splunk Enterprise commands. These commands are used to transform the values of the specified cell into numeric values. The following are the listed Splunk Search commands that are sorted according to the various categories.Correlation:These are one of the commands which can be used…See More
Workers who maintain or install communication towers have to climb towers with the aid of ladders and other support structures. Their workplace is about 100 feet in the air in excess of 2000 feet and they have to work in all weather conditions.Needless to say, workers who work on communication towers are constantly exposed to a number of hazards. Some of the common ones include:ElectrocutionFallsFalling object hazardsEquipment failureDetrimental weather conditionsStructural failure of…See More
Research at the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health site in Morgantown is delving into a new method of disinfecting ambulances and other emergency vehicles that have transported…Continue
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I have a question for the group.I'm the HSE support and the EMT for our plant.The AED we have is 7 years old this March.We have had to replace battery twice and pads regularly as they expire(again in…Continue
One of the biggest questions that my employees have is why don't we keep Tylenol, Ibuprofen, diarrhea, migraines, cramps, etc... on site for them. My management staff has asked as well. My comment is…Continue
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I'm sure that there are multiple sites that have the same issue that I have: overweight and unhealthy employees. I have numerous times sent associates to the doctor or even home when they don't feel…Continue
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