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Top 5 Ways to Help Keep Your Office Safe

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    Keep electrical chords up to date and in good repair

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    Ungrounded and damaged power cords pose a major potential threat, such as fire hazards and even violating many different safety codes. Be sure to regularly inspect cords and wires for any damage, wear and tear, and check to make sure outlets are not overloaded. Ensure they are not running across walkways and discontinue use of damaged cords or cords with a missing or broken prong. 

    To help keep your office space clean, organized, and above all safe, you may want to consider installing a raised access floor to help cords and wires safe and to prevent trip and fire hazards. 

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    Keep your space clutter-free

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    To help prevent office space injuries, keeping your desk area organized and clutter-free will help reduce things such as tripping hazards. When boxes, files, and other clutter fills walkways and desk areas, you are setting up yourself and others for potential injuries. Make sure boxes and files are safely stores, don’t let trash cans and recycling boxes overflow, and make sure electrical cords are properly secured and safely covered. 

     

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    Reduce lighting to help minimize eye strain

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    According to the American Optometric Association, most offices do no have proper or adequate lighting and many of them have a ton of overhead fluorescent lighting which often causes more strain than anything. It’s best to reduce that overhead lighting by removing bulbs or dimming the lights and using smaller task lamps that are focused on the areas in which you are working. 

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    Train workers to correctly use equipment

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    You can supply all of the best office equipment in the world, but if your employees do not know how to safely use office equipment and supplies, or aren’t up to speed on the latest evacuation procedures and plans, then you could be setting them up for workplace injuries and possibly even worse. Be sure to train staff on all safety procedures and operation of supplies and equipment. For example, if chairs are not properly adjusted then users can easily develop injuries for improper seating heights. 

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    Use a stepladder to reach higher places

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    Avoid using your chair—especially rolling office chairs—as a way to help you reach anything located at an elevated height. Many fall hazards happen when anything other than a ladder is used to reach higher areas. Use a step ladder. Make sure it is fully open and is on a firm, level ground before stepping on and climbing up the ladder. 

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