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    • Monitoring employees' health. 

      Walsh, M. (2006)
      It's important that an employer monitors the health and wellbeing of his employees and takes all practical steps to make sure their health and wellbeing isn't compromised by their exposure to hazards.
    • There's no such thing as a cheap accident. 

      Walsh, M. (2006)
      Accidents cause losses, which increase costs and reduce profits. The Health and safety in Employment Act requires every employer to take all practicable steps to ensure the safety of employees while at work.
    • Unseen dangers of diesel fuel vapours. 

      Walsh, M. (2006)
      As diesel driven generators, welders and air compressors are common equipment on construction sites the need for hazard identification, appropriate training and knowledge of emergencey procedures is essential.
    • Workplace emergencies. 

      Walsh, M. (2006)