Category Archives: Workplace Safety

16Mar 2016
George Tharalson

Spring Forward and Keep your Workplace Safe

Effects of daylight saving time can leave you feeling sluggish and fatigued. Beep! Beep! Beep! You reach over to hit snooze. The alarm says its 6 a.m. but your body says its 5. This week, we entered daylight saving time, … Read more »

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10Mar 2016
George Tharalson

Cold Stress – Yes, a Real Concern in California

It affects employees working outside in winter and in refrigerated areas year round. Many across the country may laugh when told that Californians need to worry about cold stress. Clearly, they have never worked outside in the Sierras during a … Read more »

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29Jan 2016
George Tharalson

El Nino and Your Workplace: Evaluate, Educate and Equip Your Way Through the Storms

California has had a weather (and disaster) year for the ages…hasn’t it? First, fires burned more than 800,000 acres of land. Then the monster El Niño heralded its arrival with buckets of rain, tons of snow, and hail the size … Read more »

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12Jan 2016
George Tharalson

Using Common Sense – And All Five Senses – to Stay Healthy in 2016

Aches, fever, nausea — symptoms nobody wants and gifts no coworker wants to receive. Yet you’ve noticed work absences and maybe you’ve been sick yourself. According to the California Department of Public Health, California is experiencing an increase in norovirus … Read more »

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