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What Document is used to list injuries and illnesses track days away from work restricted work or transferred employees and is available at any time?
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What is a form 301 for OSHA?
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What does the abbreviation OSHA DART mean?
A means of calculating workplace injuries and illnesses statistics, DART is an acronym for Days Away, Restricted, or Transferred. It makes reference to missed days from work, days where activities are restricted by an injury, or where a worker is transfered to another type of work due to injury. The DART is calculated to meet OSHA statistical collection requirements.
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When is a group health insurer's acquisition costs the highest?
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What are the disease usually seen in software employees?
One of your employees has been injured and asks to see reports of other accidents like the one she suffered. What should you do?
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What three illnesses should prevent employees from interacting with customers?
How do you calculate a lost day rate for employees?
Illnesses that result from emotional stress are called what illnesses?
Where do most illnesses start?
Most illnesses started approximately 11,000 years ago, which is when agriculture became a large practice. Due to this, more areas became densely populated by people (which is key for an illness to thrive). More people. More animals. More opportunities for a zoonotic (a disease that can be transferred from animals to humans) virus to be spread.
What are some illnesses that begin with the letter H?
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What illnesses must be reported to the supervisor?
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Maternity benefits may be received if the group employs how many people?