OSHA

OSHA

Six requirements your company's emergency exits and escape routes must meet

Emergency evacuation planning is an essential part of preventing injuries and ensuring the safety of your employees in emergency situations.

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-04-19

OSHA

Five items you must have in your Health and Safety budget

Have you budgeted for all your Health and Safety expenses? If you haven't, you can end up losing profit from unexpected Health and Safety expenses. We'll show you how to curb these expenses by having these five items in your Health and Safety budget

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-04-19

OSHA

Examine these three elements to effectively schedule for your next health and safety audit

Health and safety audits have the potential to become an absolute nightmare! Because if you don't plan for them properly, they'll drag on forever. And in the business world, time is just not something you can afford to waste!

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-04-19

OSHA

Five steps that will help you deal with serious workplace injuries

It doesn't matter if it's a fire, explosion, mechanical failure or natural disaster; you need to prepare for every emergency to prevent serious injuries.

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-04-19

OSHA

Seven security manager responsibilities in your emergency evacuation plan

Here are the seven Security Manager responsibilities you must include in your emergency evacuation plan

Author Date:2019-04-19

OSHA

Are you aware of the three health risks of overcrowding in the workplace?

If you over look this duty, you'll not only be contravening the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA), but your overcrowded workplace will lead to these three adverse health effects

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-04-19

OSHA

Can employees sleep on my premises?

Have you ever caught your employees sleeping on the job? Do you know if your employee is allowed to sleep on your company premises when he's off duty? Here's what our expert has to say

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-04-19

OSHA

Comply with Environmental Regulations by following these two housekeeping rules

Housekeeping is a very important area within your Health and Safety Programme. And it is your duty, as the employer, to ensure your workplace is kept clean and safe for all of your employees

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-04-17

OSHA

A shouting supervisor is a hazard to workplace safety. Here's how to prevent it

Every employer understands the relevance in the phrase: 'Positive attitudes attract positive results'. This is because it's very applicable to the workplace, especially workplace safety.

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-04-17

OHSA

Use 2 tips to enhance communication regarding your company's policies and procedures

Here are 2 tips you can use to enhance communication regarding your company's policies and procedures...

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-04-17

OSHA

3 Simple Steps to ensure your Health and Safety Representatives comply with the OHSA

By now you know that a DoL inspector can demand to inspect your workplace, without prior notice, to see if you're fully compliant with all relevant labour legislation.

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-04-16

OSHA

2 Steps towards creating an effective health and safety budget

As an employer, it is your legal obligation to ensure that your workplace is as risk-free as possible. You need to be conscious.

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-04-16

OSHA

2 Tactics to ensure your employees follow your health and safety rules

You hear it being said over and over again, that you have to look out for the health and safety of your employees. And that failure to do so will lead to hefty penalties and fines.

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-04-16

OSHA

Five tips for your Health and Safety Committee meetings

Your Health and Safety Committee is in place to promote, initiate, develop and maintain all areas relating to health and safety in the workplace.

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-04-15

OSHA

Five steps to get everyone to follow your Health and Safety Policy

A Health and Safety Policy is evidence of your commitment to creating a work environment that is safe for all. It also demonstrates your willingness to comply with health and safety legislation.

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-04-15

OSHA

10 Things to include in your Health and Safety Management System

As an employer, it's your duty to take all necessary measures to ensure you're complying with the Occupational Health and Safety Act.

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-04-15

OSHA

Follow these four simple tips in being proactive towards employees with HIV

The 1st of December marked World AIDS Day, a day which seeks to promote awareness around the disease. It encourages a unified approach towards battling it, and shows support to those who live with it

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-04-15

OSHA

10 Ways HIV or Aids can impact your workforce and business

The month of Aids awareness is around the corner. Here's a list of ten ways HIV or Aids can affect your business if you don't do something about it.

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-04-15

OSHA

Ask these questions to gather evidence in your health and safety audit

One of the first steps in your health and safety audit process is gathering all the information you need to assess your system. There are two ways to start this process...

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-04-12

OSHA

Use this checklist to choose the best employee to do health and safety induction training

When new employees join your company, they need health and safety induction training. That means you have to choose someone to be their training facilitator who has all the right health and safety knowledge and training experience.

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-04-10

OSHA

Whose responsibility is it to improve and maintain the condition of the canteen?

Canteens not only provide a place where your workforce can relax and have their meals, it's also a place where bacteria and germs can grow. So whose responsibility is it to improve and maintain the condition of the canteen?

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-04-10

OSHA

Knowing More About Safety Training Regarding Your Job

No matter where you work, safety training is very important to obtain. It is imperative that safe conduct is with you always at your workplace. In any new job setting, this type of education is given to new employees so that they know how to stay safe while working.

Author Guest PostDate:2019-04-09

OSHA

Eleven Steps to a Job Hazard Analysis

As duties and projects shift in priority and if we are not constantly alert to change, we will lose the 'feel' of the workplace.

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-04-09

OSHA

Do your stop/start devices meet these four health and safety requirements?

One of the health and safety standards for plant or machinery is that you must install stop and start devices. That's not all, your stop/start devices must meet these four health and safety requirements...

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-04-09

OSHA

10 emergency controller responsibilities

Your emergency controller has a vital role to play when a fire breaks out. Here are 10 emergency controller responsibilities that'll help save your employees lives

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-04-09

OSHA

How to establish an incident investigation team

You must follow a logical process when an incident happens in your workplace. If you don't investigate incidents, and implement corrective and preventive action, you're at risk of more severe incidents occurring, including fatalities.

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-04-08

OSHA

How to create a culture of commitment

Creating the optimum conditions for meeting regulations requires moving from a culture of compliance (the regulations are forced upon me) to one of commitment (I understand the objective and am invested in it).

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-04-08

OSHA

If you don't listen to your health and safety representative, your risk assessment is doomed to fail

As the boss, you know what's best for your company. No one else can make the important decisions about money, products and investment.

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-04-08

OSHA

16 duties of a construction owner or agent

One of the things you should know is your 16 duties as a construction owner or agent. Use the checklist below to ensure you've completed all your responsibilities

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-04-08

OSHA

Seven essential elements to include in his Safety Rep hand-over plan

When your Health and Safety Representative suddenly resigns, you need to have a clear and detailed hand-over plan in place.

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-04-08

OSHA

Five common hazards at the workplace: Raise awareness of them and increase your worker's safety!

We all know people who are so absent minded they knock their heads on anything hanging from the ceiling. They're usually the same people who will walk into a door glass, place a cup near the end of the table or spill their coffee on their keyboard at least once a week.

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-04-05

OSHA

Why must you register for COID

Today, we thought we'd remind you what registering for COID means.

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-04-05

OSHA

Your safety management system's biggest risk

In business, there's a very common bad habit: Overlooking the fact that certain actions could create a potentially dangerous situation.

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-04-05

OSHA

Manage health and safety knowledge retention to manage workplace risks

Petrochemicals specialist Saide Mansur recently explained that in order for companies to manage the risks, they need to understand that they have to manage the health and safety knowledge retention.

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-04-05

OSHA

Manage health and safety knowledge retention to manage workplace risks

Petrochemicals specialist Saide Mansur recently explained that in order for companies to manage the risks, they need to understand that they have to manage the health and safety knowledge retention

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-04-05

OSHA

Do these four things at the start of your health and safety programme

When it comes to health and safety in the workplace, groundwork in key. After all, you have to create proper structures before you can implement your programme.

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-04-05

OSHA

How much tariff will you have to pay to COID?

Every company that employs people is required to register with the Compensation for Occupational Injuries and Diseases Fund (COID). Read on to find out how much you have to pay to COID.

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-04-05

OSHA

Medical surveillance: What is a keystone vision test?

The Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA) requires you to perform medical surveillance after completing a risk assessment. A keystone vision test must form part of your medical surveillance. Read on to find out what a keystone vision test is

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-04-05

OSHA

Three questions a DoL inspector will ask your employees during a health and safety inspection

You know the DoL sends out inspectors to assess OHS Act compliance in businesses. But did you know, if an inspector shows up at your workplace, he'll question your employees too?

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-04-05

OSHA

The difference between a risk assessment and a method statement explained

When it comes to risk management, you'll come across the words like 'risk assessment' and 'method statement'. Make sure you understand the difference between the two so you can fully comply with safety laws

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-04-05

OSHA

Safety Meeting Agenda

Sending out a safety meeting agenda before any meetings is a great way to be sure the correct people will be in attendance that night. Safety meeting agendas also help keep you on track and stay within the time limit you have set up for the meeting.

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-04-04

OSHA

Protect the health and safety of pregnant and breastfeeding employees using these four steps

If you have an employee who's pregnant or breastfeeding, you have to be clear on what both your rights regarding her pregnancy are,' states the SME Toolkit.org.

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-03-28

OSHA

Does your company deal with flammable liquids? Here are your 11 OHSA requirements for rooms where you use them

Flammable liquids pose serious risk to you and your employees if dealt with incorrectly. That's why it's essential you know the correct regulations to store and use them so you can minimise this risk. Here are the 11 requirements you need to adhere to for rooms where you spray or use flammables

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-03-28

OSHA

Do your employees work with lead? If so, use these six steps to protect them

If your employees work with lead, it's your duty to protect them. Failure to do this will mean you're in breach of the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA).And being on the wrong side of this law is a risk your company can't afford to take.

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-03-28

OSHA

Have you included these five legal points in your breathalyzer policy?

It's important that your breathalyzer policy clearly outlines how your company plans to deal with drug and alcohol abuse. The content of your policy must be legal.

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-03-27

OSHA

Choosing health and safety management software? Consider these five factors

There are many benefits to using software to manage your workplace's health and safety. It's a great way to make it simpler, faster and more effective. But before you choose your software, make sure you take these five factors into account

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-03-27

OSHA

7 reasons why you should conduct a health and safety audit

You have a legal obligation to protect the health and safety of your employees. The best way to do this is to conduct a health and safety audit to identify problems in your health and safety system. This way you can prevent problems before they happen!

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-03-27

OSHA

Conducting a safety audit? Use these three steps to ensure you comply with the OHSA

Audits have been proved to be the most effective way of monitoring and guaranteeing compliance with the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA). Here are three effective steps you must follow when conducting an audit in your workplace.

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-03-27

OSHA

Five tips to ensure a successful health and safety audit

You have a legal obligation to protect the health and safety of your employees. Your best option is to conduct an audit to identify problems in your Health and Safety system. This way you can prevent problems before they happen.

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-03-26

OSHA

16 Construction Safety Meeting Ideas

Having a weekly workplace safety meeting is the best way to ensure the health and well being of all people that work for you. During these meetings you should make sure to cover all relevant safety topics.

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-03-25

OSHA

Do you know all of the 33 health and safety appointments you may have to make?

When it comes to your workplace health and safety, you can't do it alone. You must have people who can help you in different situations.

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-03-25

OSHA

The ongoing platinum strike shows how important keeping the unions on your side is - even when it comes to health and safety

The platinum mine strike has been going for almost six months now. It's cost the country R13 billion. And the miners themselves have lost millions of Rands in wages.

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-03-22

OSHA

How to nominate your Health and Safety Representative the right way

Appointing a health and safety representative isn't a matter of drawing straws and just picking anyone. There's a process you must follow to nominate your health and safety representative.

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-03-22

OSHA

Did you know: Not involving workers' unions in your company's health and safety could be a massive mistake?

Workers' unions aren't just about demanding higher pay for your employees. They're also about demanding a better working environment.

The unions are your employees' voice. If your employees think there's a serious problem in your health and safety programme, they'll speak out.

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-03-22

OSHA

One type of PPE the OHSA doesn't mention could save life and limb

The OHSA talks about providing PPE such as hard hats, safety gloves, boots and so on, to your employees. Basically, PPE is any piece of equipment your employees can wear to keep them safe.

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-03-22

OSHA

Did you know: The biggest danger in your workplace may be your employees?

As an employer, you know health and safety is important. You may even take pride in the health and safety standard in your workplace. You may brag about how well trained your employees are and about the quality of your safety equipment.

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-03-22

OSHA

Did you know: These five emotions can cause your employees to work unsafely?

SheqAfrica has suggested the prolonged platinum mine strikes will have more than just a negative financial effect.

The stress of being away from work for so long without pay will take a very drastic toll on employees.

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-03-22

OSHA

Here's what to do if you have a Luis Suarez in your office

You may have the best health and safety programme in the world. You may have the best safety equipment and you may have paid for your employees to have world class safety training.

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-03-22

Risk Assessment

Here's how to ensure your workplace never experiences the horror of the Oregon high school shooting

You've done a risk assessment. You compiled your health and safety manual and trained all your employees on how to handle workplace hazards. But what you may not know that is one of your employees has a mission of his own. One day, for a reason known only to him, he brings a gun to work.

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-03-22

OSHA

Three big health and safety risks that come from the extended platinum mine strike

The platinum mine strike has been going on for over 17 weeks. And employers are very aware of the money this is costing them.

But it could cost them even more.

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-03-22

OSHA

Three situations when you can discipline your employees for not complying with health and safety rules

Health and safety is a team effort. You and your employees have to work together to make your workplace a safe one.

So what can you do if you think you've done everything to make your employees comply?

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-03-22

OSHA

Here are four situations where your health and safety representatives must be your right hand man

The OHS Act requires you to appoint a health and safety representative if you have more than 20 employees. But your health and safety rep isn't just someone you must appoint to comply with OHS regulations. Your rep should be your right hand man in the prevention of workplace accidents.

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-03-20

OSHA

Appointing a Health and Safety Manager? Make sure he has these following skills

As you know, you must appoint a Health and Safety Officer if you have more than 20 employees.

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-03-20

OSHA

Your four duties regarding HSE Committees

If you have two or more Health and Safety Representatives in your company, they automatically form a health and safety (HSE) committee (OHS Act, Section 19). Did you know that you, as the employer, have duties when it comes to this HSE committee?

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-03-20

OSHA

Follow these eight steps to compile your OHS budget

An OHS budget is the budget that you must compile as an OHS officer to implement your Health and Safety Programme for the following. Follow these eight steps to compile your OHS budget for the new year.

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-03-19

OSHA

A new way to make sure your employees are safe

As a Health and Safety officer, we are forever looking for ways to keep our employees safe. I read an interesting article and it got me thinking of a new way that you can do this... Staff wellbeing programmes.

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-03-19

OSHA

Four health and safety obligations you must implement

As a manager or employer it's your responsibility to ensure the OHSA and its procedures are carried out and maintained. Appointing a HSE rep is only one of them. I'll show you four more tasks you need to implement to ensure you meet your obligations.

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-03-19

OSHA

Vital, need-to-know information every Health & Safety Supervisor needs to know

Your Health and Safety Supervisors play a vital role in your company. They plan, organise, lead and control your employees. As such, they must be properly equipped to perform their duties.

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-03-19

OSHA

Does your Health and Safety Representative perform these five key tasks?

As an employer you know it's key to improve the health and safety of your workplace. But important tasks can be overlooked or forgotten, and this is why you need a health and safety representative.

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-03-17

OSHA

Do you even know what a Health and Safety Rep is and why you should have one?

I write to you daily about all sorts of health and safety issues and topics. And I know sometimes I throw around a lot of terms quite loosely... Like health and safety rep.

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-03-17

OSHA

Who can issue a safe work permit? Do you know when it expires?

In accordance with the current safety law, there are only two people that can issue safe work permits. It is important for your company's health and safety policy to know and apply this correctly.

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-03-16

OSHA

The difference between a Health and Safety Rep and a Health and Safety Officer

Do you know there's a distinct difference between a 'Health and Safety Representative' and a 'Health and Safety Officer'? Read on to find out what the difference is.

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-03-16

OSHA

Non standart weekly toolbox talks

It's your responsibility to constantly update the health and safety training of your staff. And that's why you conduct weekly toolbox talks. But what do you do if you've already covered the obvious ones - fire safety, evacuation plans, and first aid? We have some suggestions...

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-03-15

OSHA

The general safety duties of employees at work

There is a whole list of general duties strictly selected for the employees to accomplish while being at the workplace and managing their tasks.

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-03-14

OSHA

7 tips to make safety committee meetings successful

According to the provisions of OHSA Section 19, all employers have to ensure that their health and safety committee meets at least every three months. And these meetings have to be successful , of course, so that you won't have to recall them and get everything right the first time.

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-03-14

OSHA

How many health and safety representatives are elected

You know the OHS Act says you must have a health and safety representative if you have more than 20 employees.

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-03-14

OSHA

HSE Committee meeting representatives

Your health and safety committee won't achieve its objectives if it holds ineffective meetings

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-03-13

OSHA

Outdoor smoking area rules for workplace

If you so wish, you are entitled to ban smoking in the workplace. You're under no obligation. It's completely up to you.

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-03-12

OSHA

How to plan a safety audit

There are certains rules you have to take into account whenever you're scheduling a safety audit.

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-03-12

OSHA

Train your employees in these three life-saving safety habits

When you're young, your parents told you to look before you cross the road. That's a good safety habit. And this habit of looking for danger first could save your employee's life

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-02-19

OSHA

Do your employees know how to identify hazards?

When you do your risk assessments, you should be asking your employees to help identify the hazards of the machines they operate.

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-02-15

OSHA

How to train your employees to do foolproof safety checks

You're only human and you only have two eyes and two hands. You can't ensure your employees are doing exactly what you told them to do, at all times.

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-02-15

OSHA

Three health and safety elements to refresh your employees on

This is the time of year to plan your health and safety induction training for your new recruits. While you're planning your health and safety induction training, take advantage and refresh all your staff on your health and safety procedures

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-02-15

OSHA

The dos and don'ts of drug testing in the workplace

Conducting drug tests in the workplace isn't straightforward. You need to play by the rules. Read on to find out what the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA) says you must and mustn't do when conducting drug tests in the workplace.

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-02-13

OSHA

Discover the secret to a successful random drug test

A random drug testing procedure is only legally defensible if it fully protects the rights of your employees and complies with the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA).

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-02-13

OSHA

How to implement a fall protection plan in line with the OHSA

If your employees work at heights, you must have a fall protection plan. If you don't have one, your employees could fall and get injured.

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-02-12

OSHA

The importance of OHS training on health risks

As an employer, it's your duty to give your employees OHS training. This training is in fact a legal requirement of the OHS Act. So if you don't train your employees, you're breaking the law.

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-02-11

OSHA

How often should your HSE committee hold meetings

You probably know that the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA) requires your Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) committee to hold meetings. But, do you know how often these meetings must be held?

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-02-11

OSHA

Eight golden rules for safe food preparation

As you know you have a duty to provide a healthy and safe work environment. This includes nutrition. If you have a canteen at your workplace or provide staff meals, read on to discover the eight golden rules for safe food preparation so you can update your Health and Safety Management System.

Author Alexandr GrigorevDate:2019-02-06

OSHA

OSHA Citation

The top 10 most frequently cited OSHA Citations under OSHA standards for special trade contractors are:

Author FlaaimDate:2018-12-02

OSHA

Health And Safety Procedures Examples

Health and safety procedures are documented methods that define and instruct on how a particular work should be performed, to minimize the risks of the workers, equipment and processes.

Author FlaaimDate:2018-11-30

OSHA

Safety Precautions When Working With Construction Materials

Construction safety is crucial in worksites to prevent injury or even death. Every day most workers are exposed to a potentially dangerous environment. There are so many safety tips that every worker must be aware of.

Author FlaaimDate:2018-11-25

OSHA

Sample Medical Emergency Procedure

Today I want to present you little note about sample medical emergency procedure. This emergency procedure use on my work and I want to share it. Sample global medical emergency procedure

Author FlaaimDate:2018-11-25

OSHA

Job Safety Awareness

Job safety awareness is possibly the most important facet of workplace safety. When your employees become aware of safety methods, laws, acts, policies, procedures, and good practices it keeps safety an important topic on their minds through the work day.

Author FlaaimDate:2018-10-27

OSHA

Do you have a fall protection plan in place in your workplace?

Did you know that falls from working at height are the single biggest cause of deaths and one of the main causes of injury in the workplace? While this is the case, you can minimise many of these injuries and even fatalities with a fall protection plan.

Author FlaaimDate:2018-09-29

OSHA

The 5 Steps to an Effective Lockout/Tagout plan

The Lockout/Tagout plan is most effective thing to save life and health your employees. Here 5 steps to help you build an effective lockout/tagout plan in your facility

Author FlaaimDate:2018-09-15

OSHA

How to create a safe working environment

If you a have a business, you need to keep safe work environment at the proper level.

Author FlaaimDate:2018-09-08

OSHA

Small business health and safety guide

Surveys show that most small business already think they are doing everything they can to keep their employees safe. The reality is that many are not.

Author FlaaimDate:2018-09-07

OSHA

Managing Change In The Workplace

Managing change in the workplace can always be a challenge, but in order for a company to develop and grow change is always needed. How to manage workplace changes is a process.

Author FlaaimDate:2018-09-02

OSHA

Safety equipment required by OSHA

Your business cannot live without this safety equipment required by OSHA:

Author FlaaimDate:2018-08-20

OSHA

The Role of Safety in Workplace Productivity

An organization that gives safety workplace of its employees can be rewarded by an increase in the productivity of the workers. This may be related to increase in output or in the bettering of the worker's performance.

Author FlaaimDate:2018-06-19

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