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  • Keeping Your PC Safe

      Spyware, viruses, malware, identify theft … these are some of the concerns the current-day computer user needs to be concerned about. Assuming we are making use of the internet (and who isn’t this day and age), we need to take certain precautions to keep our computers, and ourselves for that matter, safe! These tips […]

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  • Vehicle Safety Inspection

    Have you taken the time lately to really give your automobile a good safety assessment?  You don’t need to be a mechanic to check over the basics.  Use this handy checklist to help ensure that you and your passengers are as safe as possible in your ride! Rear-View Mirrors – Are they in good condition, […]

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  • March 2018 Newsletter
    March 2018 Newsletter
    In This Edition: Sleep Health Awareness Safety Corner Upcoming Trainings D.O.T. and YOU POW Health Fair

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  • March is Ladder Safety Month

    Every year during the month of March, The American Ladder Institute promotes the importance of ladder safety. We need to be reminded of the most important things to remember when working with different types of ladders and having the right ladder for the job. Reminders about your ladder: • Determine what type of ladder for […]

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  • OSHA 300A Injury, Illness Summary Must be Posted

    As of February 2018 the OSHA injury and illness record-keeping forms are: The Log of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses (OSHA Form 300) The Summary of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses (OSHA Form 300A) The Injury and Illness Incident Report (OSHA Form 301). Employers required to keep and maintain an OSHA 300 injury and illness log must publicly post their 300A summary sheet from Feb. 1 to April 30. Form […]

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  • OSHA Dock Loading Requirements

    Question:  When is a guardrail required on a loading dock and when will a visual barrier suffice? Answer:  The current OSHA standard 26 CFR 1910.23(b) related to protection for wall openings and holes states that every wall opening from which there is a drop of more than 4 feet shall be guarded by an actual fall protection […]

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  • Avoiding Dog Bites

    Okay, most of us probably don’t have to worry too much about getting bit by a dog on our jobs.  However, for those of us who work outdoors, in residential neighborhoods, such as postal carriers, construction workers, or door-to-door sales people, a confrontation with a canine actually may be something we need to be prepared […]

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  • Power Tool Do’s and Don’ts

    When using power tools at work or at home, here are some tips to keep safety first: Always read the instruction manual before attempting to use a power tool and follow warning labels. Always wear safety glasses or goggles with side shields. Wear a dust mask for dusty conditions. Use hearing protection. Don’t wear loose […]

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  • Tornado Safety

    Are you prepared for Tornado Season? Spring time can mean tornado time for many parts of the country. Let’s review some strategies on how to protect ourselves in the event of a tornado (or severe storm), as suggested by Dr. Greg Forbes of The Weather Channel. 1) Seek out the safest place to go during […]

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  • Dryer Safety at Home

    Have you noticed that your dryer is taking longer to dry a load of laundry lately? Two things could be the cause of this, a bad heating element or a clogged vent pipe. It is a good practice to clean the dryer lint tray after every load being dried, but have you taken further steps […]

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TSS – The Company History

In 1999 the company was a sole proprietorship, known as Tongass Substance Screening. It was nearly defunct and had very few clients. The first office was a leased space within a medical clinic. The office was the former x-ray room, thus giving us lead walls and no windows. There was the only one employee who maintained on-call status 24/7. The only product offered was drug and alcohol testing.