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Sources of biological hazards may include bacteria, viruses, insects, plants, birds, animals, and humans. These sources can cause a variety of health effects ranging from skin irritation and allergies to infections (e.g., tuberculosis, AIDS), and cancer.
Choose from the following available resources
|Food Service Workers Safety Guide||$15.00|
|Mould in the Workplace: A Basic Guide||$15.00|
|Controlling COVID-19 in the Workplace Infographic||—|
|New Worker Orientation Infographic||—|
|Personal Protective Equipment||—|
|Prevent the Spread Infographic||—|
|Prevent the Spread of Infections||—|
|Take the Time to Wash Your Hands||—|
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|Bed Bugs: Have Bite, Will Travel||—|
|Dust Busters, Combustibles and Explosions||—|
|MRSA – A Stubborn Strain||—|
|Protecting Yourself Against Bee Stings||—|
|Safety Tips for Landscapers||—|
|Talking About Lyme Disease||—|
|Workplace Inspections During the COVID-19 Pandemic||—|