Occupational (OSHA) and Environmental Hazards/OSHA kennel procedure

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Lj wrote at 2013-12-27 07:33:38
How about zoonotic diseases? I work at a vet clinic will NOT touch feces without gloves! The risk of bringing home or spreading something that could easily be picked up or contracted is pretty large! There should be an OHSA law for this. Especially since majority of the workers in kennels are under 25.  


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Robert Tipton, CSP

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I can answer questions regarding OSHA general industry and construction compliance, industrial hygiene, workers compensation, general safety issues, Lockout/Tag-out, Power Press safety, Laser Safety, Ergonomics and Fire safety.

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I have worked over 5 years in the insurance industry conducting loss prevention services, worked two years as an OSHA Safety Compliance Officer, over 15 years in manufacturing as a safety professional.

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Bachelor of Science degree in Safety Science from Indiana University of Pennsylvania Certified Safety Professional, CSP by the Board of Certified Safety Professionals for over ten years.

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