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The hair dryer is a common household object used to dry hair at a quicker rate. However, if the hair dryer is placed too close, one could risk injuries from burns and scalding.
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It is not safe because (1) without safety equipment installed in the power box of the home dropping same in the tub with you in it will almost certainly kill you as the …result of electrocution. Assuming that there is safety equipment finding out that it work properly this way is also a risky procedure.
good posture. take breaks. eye strain. blurred vision. headaches.
just in case you injure yourself
The hand held hair driers found in most homes are simple to use. They usually have two heat settings. high heat for drying and low heat for styling. For drying hair, use the h…igh setting on both the top and underside of your hair while brushing. The brush will separate strands and help to dry your hair more quickly.
Health and safety guidelines have little, if any, impact on the use of information technology except for when setting and maintaining IT infrastructures. Health and safety gui…delines are almost the same as to those of electrician when it comes to IT professionals. You have to be really careful with shocks and using the right circuits. There are also fire hazards that they would have to look into.
The main health risk of using a computer are the potential harm to your vision and a risk of developing carpal tunnel of the wrists. Safety risks include someone getting a…hold of your personal information that you have stored on the device.
It is important to be aware of health and safety when using computers. Extended use of a computer can cause repetitive strain injury.
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it is dangerous because you might get an electrical shock
It's the same. Just plug the electric thing into the plug hole and the switch it on.
The Health and Safety Act 1974 is used in most of the United Kingdom because it is an Act of the English Parliament.
To dry your hair quicker but it does damage your hair more
There are no health and safety standards specifically for the use of computers. Good ergonomic guidance suggests:Adjust the chair height so you feet can be flat on the ground …with your knees roughly bent at 90 degrees and without the front of the seat pan digging into your thighsHave good lumbar back supportAdjust the keyboard so you can comfortably reach the keys without bending your wrists, with your elbows at about 90 degreesAdjust the screen so that you can look at the screen by looking straight ahead or slightly down, not upward.Avoid or prevent glare on the screenSit up straight - don't slouchTake occasional breaks to stretch muscles and rest you eyes by focusing on something at a substantial distance.
Be careful and don't touch the thin file
Some workplaces are organized with the health and safety specialists as part of the HR organization and some have them in other organization. Regardless of where they are in t…he organizational structure, Human Resources and Health and Safety always have aspects of their activities that impact the other.