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Workplace Safety in the New Year

By / February 1, 2016 / / 0 Comments

Occupational Health and Safety never takes a break in your workplace. Even so, it’s always good to check yourself in key areas in your commitment to having a great 2016. Here are a couple of “Safety Resolutions” to help you kick start the New Year. 1. Review your manual handling program. Poor lifting techniques are […]

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Stress!

By / January 22, 2016 / / 0 Comments

It seems that everyone is stressed these days. With multiple responsibilities, school, work, kids and just life in general, stress seems to creep into everyone’s life. How can you help minimize stress in your life? The first step to finding some stress relief is to make it a priority by monitoring what makes you stressed. […]

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Workplace Strategies to Minimize the Spread of Sickness

By / January 20, 2016 / / 0 Comments

This time of the year creates havoc in workforce absenteeism. The flu, colds and general sickness put a tremendous burden on the employees that have to pick up the slack. There are ways to encourage great workplace strategies to minimize the spread of sickness in your business. Simple messaging is a great way to reach […]

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Hearing Conservation Program: Audiometric Testing

By / January 13, 2016 / / 0 Comments

Thousands of workers suffer from preventable hear loss each year. Hazardous noise affects more than 30 million people in the workplace. Legal limits on noise exposure are set by OSHA and are based on the worker’s time weighted average over an eight-hour day. If a general workplace is exposed to 85 decibels for an eight-hour […]

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It’s Not Too Late for a Flu Shot

By / January 8, 2016 / / 0 Comments

The 2015-2016 Flu season is nothing to mess around with! When countering the effects of the flu, the first 24 hours are the most important. If you’ve got a fever or a little bit of a sore throat, don’t wait until tomorrow! Antivirals can help to minimize the symptoms and speed up the recovery. With a […]

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FIT Testing Basics

By / January 6, 2016 / / 0 Comments

Qualitative and Quantitative Fit Testing The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) require employers to fit test workers who must wear a tight-fitting respirator on the job. A “Fit Test” tests the seal between the facepiece of the respirator and the face. According to OSHA, the test must be performed at least annually and only […]

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Emergency One Receives Accreditation

By / January 5, 2016 / / 0 Comments

Emergency One has received the Accredited Urgent Care designation, the highest level of distinction for urgent care centers. Emergency One’s centers provide patients with walk-in, extended-hour medical attention with licensed providers for a large scope of medical conditions and have met all of the Urgent Care Association of America’s established standards and criteria for quality […]

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Inphinite Potential December Newsletter

By / December 18, 2012 / / 0 Comments

Check out this month’s DecemberNewsletter from our friends at Inphinite Potential!

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November Newsletter

By / November 21, 2012 / / 0 Comments

The Holidays are a great time of year but it is always important to be safe. Please take a moment to browse over the November Newsletter . Emergency One Wishes you and your family a Happy Thanksgiving!

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Injury Managment

By / October 24, 2012 / / 0 Comments

Businesses throughout the Hudson Valley are constantly seeking new innovative ways to improve the health and safety of their workers.   Keeping employees safe on the job not only makes good sense for employee relations, it helps maintain a healthy bottom-line.   A recent study conducted by the American Medical Association confirmed what most businesses have known […]

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