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Fositi Marie Athey has been with OSHAcampus.com since 2012 as the company’s Occupational Health and Safety Technologist. She earned her degree in Environmental Health and Safety Technology from the _Texas State Technical College_. Marie has over 15 years of industry experience in Occupational Health and Safety having worked for various US companies in construction and general industries.

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Confined Spaces in Construction: What You Need to Know to Stay Safe and in Compliance

Confined Spaces in Construction: What You Need to Know to Stay Safe and in Compliance

F Marie Athey OHST December 14, 2015 Comments Off on Confined Spaces in Construction: What You Need to Know to Stay Safe and in Compliance

As a construction worker, one of the risks to your occupational safety is a confined space. Any space that is big enough for you to enter, but is difficult to get out of, and

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OSHA and the Obama Administration’s Final Year

OSHA and the Obama Administration’s Final Year

F Marie Athey OHST November 30, 2015 Comments Off on OSHA and the Obama Administration’s Final Year

US President Obama is set to leave the Oval Office following two terms. Several important items regarding OSHA compliance are still up in the air and awaiting their fate. Will the following issues be

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OSHA’s Safety Guidelines on Crowd Management for Retailers

OSHA’s Safety Guidelines on Crowd Management for Retailers

F Marie Athey OHST November 24, 2015 Comments Off on OSHA’s Safety Guidelines on Crowd Management for Retailers

Black Friday is just around the corner—and retailers are busy in finalizing their sales events. Are you ready to manage the large crowds ahead? To help in preventing injuries and accidents during the holiday

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Fatalities and Casualties at the Workplace

Fatalities and Casualties at the Workplace

F Marie Athey OHST November 16, 2015 Comments Off on Fatalities and Casualties at the Workplace

Keeping your head on straight, or at all for that matter, can be a tricky task as a construction worker. You’ve got scaffolding to navigate, loud noises from machinery to bear, and countless occupational

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Be Prepared and Informed: Occupational Fire Safety

Be Prepared and Informed: Occupational Fire Safety

F Marie Athey OHST November 5, 2015 Comments Off on Be Prepared and Informed: Occupational Fire Safety

Being aware of the fire hazards at work is a year-round affair. So even if the month-long fire prevention campaign has ended, workers and employers must consistently prepare and protect themselves from fire-related accidents

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5 Simple Ways to Enhance Knowledge Retention in Safety Training

5 Simple Ways to Enhance Knowledge Retention in Safety Training

F Marie Athey OHST November 2, 2015 Comments Off on 5 Simple Ways to Enhance Knowledge Retention in Safety Training

Donuts are a fun topic. Figuring out who is winning the company fantasy football league is a fun topic. Workplace safety is not exactly a fun topic. However, because of OSHA and other requirements,

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5 Fire Prevention Tips at Work

5 Fire Prevention Tips at Work

F Marie Athey OHST October 19, 2015 Comments Off on 5 Fire Prevention Tips at Work

Sparks fly, combustibles go boom, and workers flee the scene with smoldering clothing or materials. This sounds like the perfect script for a Halloween movie. Only it is all too real of a possibility

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5 Simple Ways to Protect Young Workers in the Workplace

5 Simple Ways to Protect Young Workers in the Workplace

F Marie Athey OHST October 5, 2015 Comments Off on 5 Simple Ways to Protect Young Workers in the Workplace

According to OSHA, a young worker gets injured on the job every 9 minutes. In 2013, 335 workers under the age of 25 died on the job. Don’t be part of this alarming statistic—take the first

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Safety First: Construction Industry and the Fatal Four

Safety First: Construction Industry and the Fatal Four

F Marie Athey OHST September 30, 2015 Comments Off on Safety First: Construction Industry and the Fatal Four

Prevention is better than cure… This is especially the case for construction workers and professionals who must keep occupational accidents and injuries at bay. Are you ready to address the associated hazards of construction

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FAQs on OSHA 10 and 30-Hour Outreach Training

FAQs on OSHA 10 and 30-Hour Outreach Training

F Marie Athey OHST September 21, 2015 Comments Off on FAQs on OSHA 10 and 30-Hour Outreach Training

OSHA 10-hour and OSHA 30-hour outreach training courses are commonly taken to meet employment and regulatory requirements. These training programs let you complete your safety training needs and receive your OSHA card after 6-8

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