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Topics: Health and Wellness Organizations: Employment and Immigration (2008-2011)

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January 1, 2011

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This document focuses on hazards and controls for workers providing services in community clinics or doctors’ offices. Some of this information may also be useful for other workers providing client care in community settings, such as therapists.


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January 1, 2011

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This document focuses on hazards and controls for workers in Diagnostic Imaging and Nuclear Medicine, including those working in Ultrasound, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Diagnostic Radiography, and Nuclear Medicine.


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January 1, 2011

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This document focuses on hazards and controls for medical emergency response personnel, including paramedics, EMRs and EMTs.


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January 1, 2011

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This document focuses on hazards and controls in Central Processing (CPD), sometimes called by other names including Central Supply or Central Sterile Supply (CSD, CSSD or CSR). Central Processing workers may be exposed to a variety of workplace hazards in the course of performing their...


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August 1, 2010

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Alberta has no specific law regarding the maximum weight a worker can lift. Restricting loads to a particular weight does not guarantee safety. You might injure yourself by reaching awkwardly to pick up a very light load or by slipping and losing your balance while handling a modest load.


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August 1, 2010

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This is the first in a three-part series of Safety Bulletins dealing with the lifting and handling of loads.


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August 1, 2010

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Fatigue is a state of being tired. It can be caused by long hours of work, long hours of physical or mental activity, inadequate rest, excessive stress, and combinations of these factors.


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August 1, 2010

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This is the last in a three-part series of Safety Bulletins dealing with the lifting and handling of loads. The purpose of performing a workplace hazard assessment is to identify specific workplace hazards related to materials handling injuries and to then reduce worker exposure to those hazards.