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 Welding Precautions?

Answer Welding is an industrial process that uses heat and electricity to join two pieces of metal. Because of the intensity of the power and heat used, welding creates a number of operating hazards. Alwa... Read More »
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Ant Bait Precautions?

Ant bait is a less-toxic alternative to indoor insecticide sprays, but is not completely without potential danger to home occupants and the environment. Ant baits work by attracting worker ants to ... Read More »
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HIV Standard Precautions?

The United States has regulations for the health and safety of all public workers who deal directly with cases of HIV and AIDS. The government first enforced standard (or universal) precautions in ... Read More »
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HIV Universal Precautions?

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Universal precautions are "designed to prevent transmission of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), hepatitis B virus (HBV), and o... Read More »
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Venison Precautions?

Venison is deer meat. It is a healthy red meat, with a low fat and cholesterol content. The meat is high in iron and very versatile. Deer meat is made into steaks, burger meat and even jerky. Howev... Read More »
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