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Is your office workstation comfortable?

Many of us are spending more time than ever looking at our work station pc, tablet or laptop. With the increase in remote working there is even more reliance on a device to stay connected with our coworkers. While these devices have a been a lifesaver for many, there is a risk of developing strains and pains with increased usage.

Is This Too Loud?

The human ear is a magnificent machine to detect sounds and make sense of sounds throughout a lifetime. However, as we age hearing loss becomes the norm for most people. In addition, over exposure to excessive noise levels can speed up the hearing loss progression.

Environmental Health and Safety re-launches Website

Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) launches a redesigned website at http://www.uh.edu/ehs/ with new functionalities to enhance user experience.

Chemical Compounds Containing Uranium and Thorium

Uranium and Thorium salts are occasionally used for their properties as reagents, but do they have any rules and regulations under radioactive materials policies?

Straight talk about mold and mold spores

You have probably heard about mold and mold exposure in the news. Sometimes this information can cause concern such as reports of “toxic” mold.

A Safety Champion

Hazardous conditions are found everywhere in the office, home, sidewalk, etc. Colleges and universities with high level of scientific research have elevated hazardous conditions because of the materials and sources of energy stored and used in research, teaching and university operations. Workplace incidents are better addressed through collaborative efforts of colleges, departments, administrative office leadership, with by employee involvement. How can we achieve this?


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