Archive for January 8th, 2014
Manual Lifting Endangers Employees

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Is manual lifting endangering your employees? Repetitive strain and overuse injuries, often resulting from regular manual labor and/or improper lifting, account for at least a quarter of missed work injuries, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). Moreover, routinely lifting objects, machinery, and parts by hand dramatically increases the likelihood of sudden impacts, blows, and other serious accidents. How can industrial operations and maintenance employers keep lifting safe?

Invest in Handling and Lifting Equipment

Nearly 3 million workers reported occupational injuries and illness in 2012. Moreover, a single OSHA citation can range from $5,000 to $500,000. Employers can keep operations safe by investing in handling and lifting equipment. Here are some products that keep hazar

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What Does a Certified Treasury Professional Do?

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Have you ever dreamed of becoming a certified treasury professional? Well, you are in luck, because a brand new Certified Treasury exam is coming up in June of 2014. Just think of all of the opportunities that will be awaiting you once you attend your financial conferences and marketing seminars, complete your investment courses, and pass the prestigious certified treasury exam!

As a certified treasury professional, your risk management course training will prepare you for a stable and potentially lucrative career in the exciting and colorful world of financial risk managemen

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