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Free Report for Safety Managers: Teaching OSHA Requirements to a Diverse Workforce

Old Saybrook, CT—May 19, 2011— The Safety Daily Advisor® announced today the release of a free report for safety managers, Teaching OSHA Requirements to a Diverse Workforce. This report will be available for a limited time to share the five key steps to training employees on OSHA-required regulations as well as commonsense safety practices on the job.

The report discusses such strategies as how to choose a safety meeting format, how to address diverse learning styles, how to reach out to multilingual groups, and more.

“Safety training is a responsibility that the abundance of government safety regulations makes more important every year,” said Safety Daily Advisor editor Peter Braver. “Each company is required to provide workers with a safe working environment and the training they need to protect themselves from hazards and accidents. By downloading this free report, safety managers are taking an important step toward protecting their workforce.”

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For more information about the Safety Daily Advisor, please visit or contact us at 800-727-5257.

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