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Some jobs are inherently dangerous, and specific training is required for the employees to keep themselves and others out of harm's way as much as possible. These jobs include public safety, dangerous work environments, and working with explosive or otherwise harmful chemicals. Workplace safety is a valid concern for these employers because one small accident or mistake can cause several people to lose their lives or limbs. Safety training programs have been developed by many different companies and they often hire occupational safety experts to train their employees on specific safety practices. Occupational health services are also used by companies where employees have dangerous jobs because accidents are much less likely to occur when employees are in good shape mentally, emotionally, and physically.

Workplace safety programs usually begin when a new employee or group of employees is hired. The employees often have to watch safety videos and read manuals that explain the dangers of the job they are about to do. Occupational safety classes are taught to these new employees so that they understand how to avoid mistakes and what to do in various emergency situations that can happen on the job. Safety training should be an ongoing process and most companies require their employees to attend safety meetings about once per month. These meetings are great for encouraging discussion about any new safety hazards and how they can be avoided in the future. Occupational health professionals help employees and employers work together to make the dangerous job they perform as safe as possible.