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jeff cunningham

Remember, safety training isn’t just a one-time occurrence. Constantly remind workers about proper safety precautions and have them undergo training at least once every few years to update them on your new safety procedures.


These are certainly some vital tips for spring cleaning. Hopefully, no one will have to have to understand this the hard way. I talked with several cleaning companies and made my choice. The safest in terms of results and fire-safety is http://gocleanerslondon.co.uk/ , imo.

Dannie S

Your post is really helpful and a good reminder. Thanks for sharing. Keep up the good work.

Stacy Vice

This is all true and you are a very good writer. Thanks for reminding us that safety is of great importance.


Thanks for the tips. For some reason cleaning the dryer lint is something my family needs to improve on. I try to keep up with the rest of it. Though I do forget to check the smoke alarms often.


In my company, they are making fire instruction every year. This is really important

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