Employees Needed in Louisville, MS!!

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We have an immediate need for 10+ F/T employees

for industrial labor positions in Louisville! Must be able to

lift 50 lbs throughout shift, be dependable, have steel toe boots

and be able to pass a pre-hire drug screen.  Awesome career opportunities

for hard workers!  Start pay $10/hour. Apply online today at:

workingsolutionsusa.com or call Philadelphia office: at 601-389-9675(work).

ENCOUNTERING ANIMALS

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Encountering Animals
Working outside in the spring months may mean working alongside insects and animals that could pose a threat to workers. OSHA offers the following tips for avoiding such injuries when working outdoors.

Insects, spiders and ticks

  • Wear long pants, socks and long-sleeved shirts to protect against stinging and biting insects.
  • Use insect repellents that contain DEET or Picaridin.
  • Treat bites and stings using over-the-counter products that relive pain and reduce the risk of infection.
  • Avoid fire ants. Severe reactions to their bites can cause chest pain, nausea, loss of breath, slurred speech or swelling that requires immediate medical attention.

Rodents and animals

  • Both dead and live animals can spread diseases such as rat bite fever and rabies.
  • Always avoid contact with rats and other wild or stray animals. If you cannot avoid contact, wear protective gloves and wash your hands frequently.
  • Dispose of dead animals as soon as possible.
  • If you are bitten or scratched by an animal, seek medical attention immediately.

Snakes

  • When moving debris, avoid placing your hands underneath objects whenever possible.
  • Wear heavy gloves.
  • Watch for snakes sunning on fallen tree limbs or other debris.
  • If you see a moving snake, step back and allow it to pass. A snake’s striking distance is about one-half of the total length of the snake.
  • Wear boots that are at least 10 inches high.
  • If bitten, note the color and shape of the snake’s head to help with treatment.
  • Keep bite victims calm and still to slow the spread of venom. Seek medical attention as soon as possible.

Commonly Asked Questions

 

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Does it cost me anything to use Working Solutions services?

No.  We do not charge the applicant/employee to use our services.

 

How do I get paid?

A timesheet will be turned in to Working Solutions by your supervisor.  They are due no later than noon on Monday following the work week.  Working Solutions standard work week is Sunday-Saturday.

 

When will I get paid?

You will work one week and get paid the following Friday.  We are paperless, so your funds will be direct deposited in to your bank account or Global Cash Card account.

 

How do I contact Global Cash Card?

You can contact Global Cash Card to activate your card at 1-866-929-8096.

If you have any questions or issues regarding your Global Cash Card, the customer service telephone number is 1-949-751-0360

You can also visit their website at www.globalcashcard.com

 

How do I contact Essential Staff Care?

If you have questions about your Essential Staff Care coverage, ID Card, claim status, policy booklets, and to cancel or change coverage:

Essential Staff Care customer service call center hours are M-F 8:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. EST

1-866-798-0803

You have 30 days from your date of hire to make any changes to your coverage.  You can cancel at anytime.

 

If none of these answer a question you may have, please feel free to call our office in Meridian at 601-483-9111 or our office in Ridgeland at 601-856-9200. 

EYE SAFETY

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Every day in the United States, roughly 2,000 workers experience an eye injury serious enough to require medical attention, according to NIOSH. Although the majority of these injuries involve small particles striking or abrading the eye, some are far more serious and result in permanent blindness. However, eye injuries are preventable if proper personal protective equipment is worn correctly and consistently.

A worker’s eyes can be damaged in a variety of ways, NIOSH notes. Causes of work-related eye injuries include:

  • Getting particles in the eye due to grinding, sanding and hammering
  • Being splashed during chemical handling
  • Being exposed to arc flashes when welding
  • Working in dusty conditions
  • Walking through a work zone without wearing PPE

NIOSH lists five main types of eye protection and recommends that workers consider the hazards that are present before selecting which type to wear:

  1. General safety glasses (including hybrid safety glasses or goggles): This type of eye protection is ideal for general work that exposes workers to dust and flying particles. Ensure safety glasses feature anti-fogging capabilities and side protection. For added protection, wear safety glasses that have foam or rubber around the lenses to help keep particles out.
  2. Safety goggles: NIOSH states that safety goggles are a good choice to help protect workers from high impacts, chemical splashes and welding light. When selecting safety goggles, look for goggles with ample airflow, little fogging and maximum splash protection.
  3. Faceshields: Faceshields help protect workers from high-impact, chemical and bloodborne hazards. Select faceshields that are tinted or have a metal coating for heat protection. Be aware that you should still wear safety glasses or goggles underneath a faceshield, as the curve of it can direct chemicals and particles into the eyes.
  4. Full-facepiece respirators: This is the best form of eye protection from smoke, dust and chemicals, according to NIOSH. However, note that these types of respirators do not seal completely over regular or safety glasses. If you need to wear a full-facepiece respirator and glasses, ensure you obtain prescription inserts that are compatible with a respirator and approved for use with your specific respirator.
  5. Welding eye protection (including helmets, goggles, faceshields and respirators):Welding can expose workers to light that can seriously burn the eyes. Workers should always wear safety goggles or glasses underneath welding helmets or faceshields for additional protection. Ensure workers near welding operations wear appropriate eye protection as well.

Queen City Fair

Queen City Fair
Location:
Saturday, October 15, 2016
5:00 PM (CT)

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Rides, petting zoo, popcorn, cotton candy, etc…Bring the whole family out for a week of fun.

Fees/Admissions:gate admissions
Military Discount Available?:Yes
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