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Appliances may cause safety hazards in the workplace. To control such negative exposures, employers should establish and implement a policy restricting or at a minimum limiting and controlling the use of personal home appliances in the workplace.
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February 2017 Bulletin: MCIT Board Officers, Committee Assignments Change; Program Helps Reduce Training Injuries for Law Enforcement; Land Use Decisions: How to Build a Good Record; Droning On: Know Risks of Operating Unmanned Aircraft for Government Business; Plan Now for 2017 Training Seminars; What Happens When a Claimant Does Not Want Money?; Better Trained, Better Decisions, Better Results: Online Law Enforcement Training Proves Effective
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Spoliation of evidence can have a dramatic impact on the defense of a lawsuit or claim against a member. Spoliation does not have to be intentional to occur. Simple negligent or accidental spoliation of any evidence can cause significant issues in defending a claim and protecting the reputation of the member.