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Jul 11, 2020, 5:54 PM
We’ve all seen scientists on television wearing full body pressurized lab suits, covered in other safety equipment, or maybe working with something hazardous from a glass case with thick rubber gloves. If you have, then you’ve seen firsthand how scientists keep potentially dangerous things that they are working with (Such as microbes, bacteria, and viruses) inside the lab. The practice of safety is now more important than ever outside of the lab. While you may not have the same equipment, there are things you can do to stay safe.
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Jul 4, 2020, 2:33 AM
There are so many hazards in the restaurant industry. With boiling water and fry grease, slippery surfaces covered in oil, and sharp knives being common in any restaurant, safety is very important. All of these issues are very apparent, but there are some lesser known issues that often go overlooked. Every restaurant owner and employee should be aware of these top safety issues.
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Jun 27, 2020, 10:28 PM
Running and maintaining a lab is no simple challenge. With all of the tasks and specs to worry about, the health and safety of staff can easily be overlooked, or forgotten. Everyone's safety is important, but these issues are especially of concern when medical patients or customers rely on the assurance of a lab to maintain proper safety standards.
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Jun 24, 2020, 12:28 AM
Walk-in freezer and refrigerator unit doors receive the majority of the daily wear and tear that happens over the lifetime of a refrigerator or freezer. It may not be something thought about daily, but what use does over time to different components of your walk-in units may have more of an effect on them than you would like.
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Jun 14, 2020, 8:13 PM
Most labs and medical facilities rely on a refrigerators and freezers to keep samples or vaccines safely stored. If these are running, but temperature isn’t being tracked, there is a risk of losing valuable samples or vaccines. It’s important to monitor your laboratory or medical facility’s refrigerator and freezer temperatures. So, what can you do to make sure you don’t fall into this pitfall?
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Jun 6, 2020, 9:48 PM
We all want our medical offices to run as efficiently and smoothly as possible. Unfortunately there are things that inhibit this from happening. There are some simple steps you can use to keep your practice running as smoothly and efficiently as possible. By adding in a few organizational strategies and daily habits, you can reduce some of the stress created by unexpected and challenging problems that may pop up from time to time.
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May 31, 2020, 3:20 PM
How do you freeze something for a long period of time without it being damaged by ice crystals? You must use an ultra-low freezer fort a constant temperature below minus thirty degrees Celsius to do this. Freezing items in this manner is called vitrification.
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May 27, 2020, 3:59 AM
When food is prepared that will not be served immediately — for example, when you partially prep, or "par cook" dishes early to save time when they're ordered — it's important to get the food out of the temperature danger zone as fast as possible.
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May 16, 2020, 5:18 PM
Proper vaccine storage and handling practices play a very important role in protecting individuals and communities from vaccine-preventable diseases.Vaccine quality is the shared responsibility of everyone, from the time vaccine is manufactured until it is administered.
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May 8, 2020, 4:05 PM
Patient safety is of the utmost importance in hospitals, and each and every hospital worker has their part in ensuring patient safety. Here are some things to consider when making sure your patients are happy, healthy and safe.

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