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Cosmetic workers are often exposed to a variety of different chemicals. While some are completely harmless, others contain dangerous toxins. Many beauty professionals are not aware of the harmful materials in the products they frequently use. Even if they are educated on the presence of a certain toxin, they may not know the risk it can pose over time.

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If you haven't already done so, you can still make 2019 your year to shine. What are the three (or five or ten) things you've wanted to do but previously lacked the motivation or resources to accomplish? Don't let another year go by without improving yourself and reaching some important milestones!

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Employees and employers both have a responsibility and commitment to being safe at work. For employers, this means providing a safe working environment and the education necessary to teach employees how to be safe around the job. Employees, on the other hand, have a responsibility to follow these rules and not perform their duties in an unsafe or negligent manner.

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There’s more to a warehouse than the inventory it holds. How it’s organized and managed can be just as crucial to its success. Even the most well-stocked facility could cost its owners money and time if the right protocols aren’t present. Delays and confusion for any reason can lead to decreased efficiency, productivity and even morale. In many cases, some frequent and simple mistakes will likely cause a domino effect that ends up hurting the workflow in warehouses.

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Working from home can prove a tad difficult when you are short on space. Privacy and quiet essential to focus on tasks are the greatest casualties when you are working from smaller premises. Therefore, we explore some ways and means to overcome these inherent drawbacks of working from home while living in small dwellings.

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It's well-known that construction sites are full of hazardous situations and settings. In fact, there's a saying on construction sites called the "Fatal Four." It's shorthand for the four common types of accidents that take the death of construction workers and include electrocutions, falls, a strike from an object, and caught in between. While the risk of serious injury and death can't be completely eliminated from a construction site, it can be minimized through the use of technology that comes in a variety of forms to provide a safe working environment.

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