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Hi to all,I am doing my final year M.B.A and at present I am doing my project on topic "A Study on Health and Safety of Employees" and I need to prepare atleat 25 questions.So can anyone please help me out as soon as possible.
Dear saranya,
Warm welcome to our Citehr - EHS forum you are in right place mate. We will help you to done your project sussesfully.Now I am little bit busy with project/work I will get u as soon as I can. . .
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Dear saranya,
Warm welcome to our Citehr - EHS forum you are in right place mate. We will help you to done your project sussesfully.Now I am little bit busy with project/work I will get u as soon as I can. . .
Wait for reply from other members. . .
keep on sharing. . .
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Raghu
"Talent wins games, Teamwork wins Championships!"

Dear Saranya,
I have 3 types of Health & safety questions please let me know which type do u need?
Type:1
Question & Answers
Are some hazards specific for hard contact lens wearers?
Hard lenses are made from an impervious material. Increased risk may result if foreign substances, such as dust or small metal fragments, become trapped behind the contact lens. Since the hard contact lens floats on the tear film in front of the cornea (not in a fixed position), there may be an abrading action between the contact lens and the foreign substance that may result in injury to the cornea. Also, chemicals may become trapped behind the contact lens and held in place against the cornea. In dirty, dusty environments, the wearing of hard lenses may be more hazardous than soft contact lenses.
Type:2
True or false type
Type:3
Choose the correct answer type.

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