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Do You Have What It Takes to be a Server in Texas?

10 Sep

Serving alcohol to customers

“Another round please!” Those are the words that you’ll be hearing a lot once you become a Texas server. People love to drink. It helps them wind down. It helps them relax a little. It enhances their meal when paired correctly. It can even help them see the humor in things. That is the lighter […]

Updated OSHA 10 Training Makes a Case For Workplace Safety

6 Feb

On average, there are more than 84 deaths per week from job related accidents. Nearly 20% of these deaths are workers in the construction industry. OSHA has determined that 435 lives per year could be saved by eliminating the “fatal four,” or four most common types of accidents: struck by an object, caught-in/between, electrocution, and […]

Teens Focus of New OSHA Multi-year Summer Job Safety Campaign

7 Jul

The Summer Job Safety Campaign, recently launched by OSHA, is a multi-year project to increase awareness about workplace hazards and provide possible solutions to those hazards, for young workers and their parents. The campaign focuses on industries in which young people are likely to work during their high school and college years. The first year […]