Safety Tips for Your Summer Job

As the temperature heats up and your summer job begins, remember these safety tips.

  1. STAY HYDRATED! And if need be, seek shade.
  2. If your job entails heavy lifting, be sure to enlist the help of others if you feel you are not completely confident you can safely lift yourself
  3. Be observant, remove sharp objects, cuts are one of the most common workplace injuries.
  4. Have good posture- sustaining improper or unnatural posture for long periods of time at work can have long term damage.Take “posture breaks” or stop and stretch regularly.
  5. Familiarize yourself with symbols and signs that alert a potential hazard
  6. Learn how to use any and all protective equipment at your workplace
  7. Limit sun exposure as much as possible
  8. Even if you’re not in direct sunlight you should always wear sunscreen to protect against harmful UV rays.

Dear Friends and Clients,

Our firm is dedicated to act with compassion, concern and commitment to our clients, community and colleagues. As such, we have been taking precautions to ensure that we are still fulfilling our ethical and moral obligation to our clients, while also ensuring the health and safety of our employees.

Until further notice, our offices will be closed to the public to encourage social distancing and to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. Our team is still hard at work, most from home, and you may still call, email, live chat or video conference us if you or a loved one is seeking legal assistance. As the first law firm to offer our clients secure online access to their case file more than a decade ago, we have always been believers in using technology to make life easier and information more accessible. In these present times it has been a smooth transition for us to continue to offer our clients the same seamless and thorough service that you deserve and are accustomed to.

This pandemic is unlike anything any of us have faced in our lifetimes, and while we can continue to emotionally support one another through it all, staying home and keeping your distance is vital to the health and wellness of our communities. It does not feel good to break routines, cancel events and retreat from our normal, day-to-day socializing, but let us remember that, in times of strife, prior generations were asked to go to war and we are simply being asked to stay home. Your isolation equals more lives saved, and more time for medical providers to prepare for the treatment of patients battling COVID-19.

When the dust settles, we will join together with a greater appreciation for the country we live in, local businesses, loved ones and health. Until then, we will continue to offer guidance and representation from a safe distance.

Very truly yours,

Marvin Anderman and the firm family of Fine, Olin & Anderman, LLP