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10 FIRST AID QUESTIONS-FACT OR BALONEY?

Do you know the correct procedures? 1. Squeeze the Bee Stinger out right away! BALONEY It is harmful to do so as it will release more toxins into the bloodstream. Grab a pair of tweezers and pull it out. Add sting kill to the wound for relief. 2. Alcohol rubs reduce a fever BALONEY A…

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Eye safety – Eyewash stations and eye flushing.

A real eye-opener, especially when it happens to you. Your eyes are vulnerable to many types of contaminants: • Chemical exposure • Chlorine • Pollen • Loose foreign objects • Saw dust particles • Paint & solvents OSHA 1910.151 (c) states: “Where the eyes or body of any person may be exposed to injurious corrosive…

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Best Methods and Tools to Remove a Splinter

Last year, after the summer was winding down, I was out of town at an outdoor market, surrounded by hundreds of people in a country setting. As I slid by someone, my hand dragged over an old fence post. I felt a large, pointy,  old piece of wood plunge deeply into my fingertip. It was…

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5 Ways to Treat Poison Oak & Ivy

If you think you’ve been exposed to the plant, the sooner you wash your skin as soon as possible, increasing your chance of having little or no reaction. A poison ivy or oak reaction usually takes a day or two to appear, although it could take as little as a few hours or as much…

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Six things you can do to help prevent dry eye

1. BLINK BLINK ΘΘ Maybe you sit at a desk, looking at a computer all day. Blink more often. This will help to keep the eyes lubricated. 2. Add Fish Oil to your diet Add omega-3 fatty acids to your diet. Fish like tuna, sardines, anchovies, trout and salmon are high in omega-3 or you…

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Treating joint pain and muscle aches

There are many reasons why we can experience pain in our joints and muscles. It could be caused by stress and tension, a physical activity (injury), disease, getting on in years, or obesity. If you have suffered a minor to moderate injury you need to rest. While you are resting, use alternating ice and heat…

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Understanding Bloodborne Pathogens

Do you have questions regarding Bloodborne Pathogens and proper disposal techniques? This blog has specific information on how to become OSHA compliant and provide a safe environment for your employees or family.   Sharps Containers Containers for contaminated sharps must be puncture resistant. The sides and the bottom must be leak-proof. They must be appropriately…

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Let’s chat about Hearing Protection

“Eh? I can’t hear you.” Do you want to end up sounding like this? When we are younger, we think we are invincible. As we progress in age, our senses may begin to deteriorate – unless we are proactive. This blog is all about protecting your hearing and caring for your ears in the workplace.…

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Have a Heart, get CPR Trained

You just never know when cardiac arrest can happen. That feeling of helplessness; watching someone under such duress. If this ever happens in your presence, there are ways that you can help. Get CPR (Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation) trained and have an AED available. For every minute that passes without treatment, a person’s chance of surviving…

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Prevent catching a cold.

FEEL A COLD COMING ON? ZEE IS HERE TO HELP! We are approaching winter and it’s typically the busiest time of the year. Friends, family, football, food, AND viruses. Though you can catch a cold at any time of the year, it’s more common in the winter because these viruses tend to thrive in low…

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