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Extractions: While many of the veterinary, genetic and animal care related sites accessible from the Dog Infomat, contain a wealth of educational, interesting and informative material, it is important, as with all information,that you reference a variety of credible sources to allow you to properly weight and verify the information. Additionally, this information IS NOT INTENDED TO SERVE AS A SUBSTITUTE FOR DIRECT VETERINARY DIAGNOSIS AND CARE . Nor, is the inclusion of any entities or individuals providing products or services to be construed as a recommendation or endorsement. As with any product or service, it is important that you investigate and research potential providers to verify their suitability and qualifications.
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Extractions: BACK Low Condition (Green) . This condition is declared when there is a low risk of terrorist attacks. Departments and agencies should consider the following general measures in addition to the agency-specific Protective Measures they develop and implement: Government Businesses Develop an emergency plan to address all hazards. Include an emergency communications plan to notify employees of activities; designate an off-site "report to" location in case of evacuation.
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Extractions: Everything you need to reach your job placement goals Employment First-Aid Quick Fixes For The Working Wounded This page will be updated frequently, check back often. Employer expectations. Interview questions you should be prepared to answer Questions you ask the job interviewer Employer expectations Appearing like the right candidate for the job has as much to do with your neatness, as it does with your well-done paperwork. A resume that makes the best statement about you possible is results oriented. The confidence that you exude during the interview, such as being proactive and having good conversational eye contact, and how well you express yourself verbally and the judgments you make during the interview, can make the difference. Working well with others: this includes working with others in a work group or team situation, and continuing to make a contribution even when you do not get your way. Analyzing and solving work problems: This is a characteristic that requires the ability to perform logical analysis and to synthesize information in order to develop an overall understanding of a work problem, work procedures or series of events. Secondly it entails the application of this understanding to the development of a tangible solution to, or improvement of work or procedural problems. Commitment and responsibility: The consistent commitment to the maintenance of production and quality standards or goals is the basis of this characteristic. It entails ability and willingness to follow important rules standards or procedures thoroughly and exactly, and to be responsible and careful when operating expensive equipment or working with hazardous materials. Finally, it involves demonstrated concern for attendance, punctuality and meeting deadlines.
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UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON Health and Safety (5430462) to obtain the MSDS specific to the Overexposure isnot expected under normal conditions of use. General first aid Guidelines. http://www.engr.washington.edu/facilities/Hazard Communication Fact Sheet for Of
Extractions: University of Washington Environmental Health and Safety Department Hazard Communication Fact Sheet for Office Staff November 2000 The Hazard communication Fact Sheet for Office Staff provides the hazard communication training for employees who work in the offices by alerting them to the potential hazardous substances that may be encountered in any office environment. Washington State Labor and Industries has an occupational safety and health standard called Hazard Communication (Right to Know) that requires that employees be informed about hazardous chemicals in the workplace through labeling, material safety data sheets (MSDSs), and training. A description of the University of Washingtons Hazard Communication Program is in the UW Operations Manual , Section D 12.5 at the University Reference Stations. Ask your supervisor for the location of the nearest Reference Station or consult the Reference Station Directory on the last page of the Faculty/Staff Directory. Employees in office environments work with a variety of products that may contain small amounts of hazardous chemicals. Safe exposure limits have been established for many hazardous chemical substances below which no adverse health effects are expected to occur. These limits are based on continuous exposure, 8 hours per day, 40 hours per week throughout a working career. Since most office products are used intermittently and in small quantities, exposure to these products is not expected to exceed safe limits or produce adverse health effects. In addition, most of these products are consumer products and therefore meet the more stringent regulations for consumer product safety.
Extractions: Our programs also address important issues such as caring for children with medical conditions (asthma, diabetes, HIV), and dealing with signs of abuse and neglect. Our pediatric programs were the first to focus exclusively on how injuries affect babies and young children. Child care professionals praise them. And they meet the first aid and CPR certification standards of all 50 states. The Pediatric First Aid course covers: It's for: Child care providers, early childhood education professors or students, youth organizations, parents. Duration: 3.5 hours or longer Where to take Pediatric First Aid Our directory does not list Pediatric First Aid Only, but you may search for training centers offering Pediatric First Aid and CPR. Select a state or country Select all ALABAMA ALASKA ARIZONA ARKANSAS CALIFORNIA COLORADO CONNECTICUT DELAWARE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA FLORIDA GEORGIA HAWAII IDAHO ILLINOIS INDIANA IOWA KANSAS KENTUCKY LOUISIANA MAINE MARYLAND MASSACHUSETTS MICHIGAN MINNESOTA MISSISSIPPI MISSOURI MONTANA NEBRASKA NEVADA NEW HAMPSHIRE NEW JERSEY NEW MEXICO NEW YORK NORTH CAROLINA NORTH DAKOTA OHIO OKLAHOMA OREGON PENNSYLVANIA RHODE ISLAND SOUTH CAROLINA SOUTH DAKOTA TENNESSEE TEXAS UTAH VERMONT VIRGINIA WASHINGTON WEST VIRGINIA WISCONSIN WYOMING ARGENTINA BRAZIL CANADA FAR EAST GUAM GUATAMALA IRELAND JAMAICA JAPAN MALAYSIA
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Extractions: IMMINENT RISK Virginia Homeland Security Terrorist Threat Conditions Citizen Actions Definition: A terrorist attack has occurred or credible and corroborated intelligence indicates that one is imminent. Normally, this threat condition is declared for a specific location or critical facility. In addition to all previously mentioned precautions, citizens are advised to: Report suspicious activities and call 9-1-1 for immediate response. Expect delays, searches of purses and bags, and restricted access to public buildings. Expect traffic delays and restrictions.
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Extractions: The Workplace Safety and Insurance Act requires you to provide specific first aid equipment and training for your workers. See a list of approved first aid trainers . For more information, download the First Aid Regulations (64k, pdf) brochure. To view the brochure, you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader.
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Extractions: Does your library need an upgrade but you don't know where to start? Cast an eye over the books below, hand-picked for busy clinicians via MJA book reviewers and editorial staff. These resources even come at a 10% discount for AMA members. Use our secure e-commerce system for immediate delivery. All prices include GST. Arts Cardiology Complementary medicine Dermatology ... Surgery Arts and humanities A piece of my mind
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Extractions: Devastating acts, such as the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, have left many concerned about the possibility of future incidents in the United States and their potential impact. They have raised uncertainty about what might happen next, increasing stress levels. Nevertheless, there are things you can do to prepare for the unexpected and reduce the stress that you may feel now and later should another emergency arise. Taking preparatory action can reassure you and your children that you can exert a measure of control even in the face of such events. Finding out what can happen is the first step. Once you have determined the events possible and their potential in your community, it is important that you discuss them with your family or household. Develop a disaster plan together. 1. Create an emergency communications plan.
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Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDSs) Fact Sheet in this section identify specific chemicals according to causing agent), emergencyand first aid procedures to of overexposure, and medical conditions that may http://www.ehs.berkeley.edu/pubs/factsheets/24msds.html
Extractions: No. 24 (Revised: 01/30/97) Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDSs) can help you work safely with chemicals. They provide important information regarding health hazards associated with the use of chemicals. MSDSs also describe what safety precautions to take when working with a chemical and give emergency procedures for spills, fire, and first aid. Although they may vary in appearance and length, MSDSs are required to have nine sections, which explain the proper ways to use, handle, and store chemicals in your work area. A description of the kinds of information each section contains follows: This section includes the chemical name, trade name, chemical formula and the chemical manufacturer's name, address and emergency phone number. This section lists any hazardous ingredients found within the chemical. In this section you might also see the terms TLV (Threshold Limit Value) and PEL (Permissible Exposure Limit). Both terms are used to express the highest airborne concentrations of a chemical to which most persons can safely be exposed during a normal workday. The CAS (Chemical Abstract Service) numbers listed in this section identify specific chemicals according to information published by the American Chemical Society. 3.0 Physical Data
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Extractions: PROPOSED STANDARD ON SAFETY IN LOGGING AND SAWMILL OPERATIONS By Enrique Medina, MS, CIH This issue presents the third overview of recently released proposed Official Mexican Standards (NOMs in Spanish) issued by Mexico's Ministry of Labor and Social Security (STPS). These standards are currently undergoing revisions prior to publication as final rules. This month we feature Proposed Official Mexican Standard PROY-NOM-031-STPS-2000, Activities related to utilization of timber yielding forest resources and sawmills- Safety and health conditions. It was published on January 12, 2001 in the Official Journal of the Federation. This proposed standard is intended to establish the minimum safety conditions to protect forestry and sawmill workers from a variety of natural and occupational hazards. Natural hazards are defined as difficult terrain, insects, animals, weather conditions, and extreme temperatures. Work-related hazards involve falls, concussions, injuries from equipment and machinery, noise, and exposure to particulates. Sawmills also present exposures to noise, machinery and equipment, combustion sources, and material handling hazards. The NOM covers activities related to lumber production, such as logging and transportation to sawmills, as well as the processes related to preparation of commercial products, including debarking, measuring, sawing, sanding and kiln-drying operations.
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Extractions: Before travelling abroad you should ensure you are fully acquainted with, and have taken appropriate medical precautions, such as immunisations, and have suitable medical cover. Precautions and Information As a first step you can consult a range of resources that are available to provide advice. If you have specific concerns or conditions, you should discuss with your doctor. The free booklet: Health Advice for Travellers, produced by the Department of Health is available in the UK from doctors, main Post Offices or by calling, from UK only: 0800 555 777. This gives advice on health and immunisations precautions. It also describes the availability and access to healthcare service within the European Union, and includes form E111 that is necessary to get emergency treatment in the EU. The Medical Advisory Service for Travellers Abroad: MASTA , is run by the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. As well as some online advice, they also sell first aid and sterile dressing kits. These sterile kits are useful to carry in case of emergencies, in those countries where medical resources are limited. They also produce a free health briefing for most countries, you can request it by calling on +44 (0)906 8224100. Travel first aid kits and other healthcare products are also available online from
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Extractions: CARGO HANDLING SYSTEMS Equipment 18.2 General description of piping arrangements, including direct, ring main and free flow systems. The principle of operation and practical aspects of cargo pumps, including maintenance, over heating and thermal trips. Pump characteristics. Ancillary and main equipment. Drop line. Eductors. Control equipment for draining (e.g. vacuum strip). 18.3 Bunker systems and bunker transfer equipment. 18.4 Top/bottom cargo tank venting systems. Gassing up in pumps. 18.5 Standpipes. P/V valves. High velocity vent valves. 18.6 Flame screens. Flame arresters. 18.7 Instrumentation. 18.8 Liquid level gauges. Remote cargo pump shutdown system. 18.9 Pumproom/bilge level alarms. 18.10 Intrinsically safe, flameproof and increased safety equipment. OPERATING PROCEDURES 19.1 Preplanned loading/discharging procedures. Interruption of operations - safety considerations. Checklists. Ship/shore liaison. Communication. General precautions. The proper supervision of personnel. Loading and discharging procedures. Inerting and purging operations. 19.2 Tank cleaning and gas freeing for changing products. Inspection, cool and hot work permits.