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Use Proper Lifting Techniques!     GPS challenge of the week…USE PROPER LIFTING TECHNIQUES! Use team lift or mechanical help when lifting over 50lbs. When lifting, bend at the knees, keep your back straight and keep the item you are lifting close to your body. Never bend at your back to pick up anything. If… Read more »

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Avoid Bloodborne Pathogens!   GPS challenge of the week…Avoid Bloodborne Pathogens! Bloodborne pathogens may be present in human blood and can cause diseases in humans. These pathogens include but are not limited to Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C and HIV. The greatest risk of infection is through needle stick, cuts and puncture contact with infected blood…. Read more »

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GPS Gives Back! Thank you Karen Taylor! Karen is a Staffing Specialist at GPS Orangeburg. GPS encourages our staff to Give Back to their community by volunteering 8 hours once a quarter and this is a paid working day by GPS. Thank you Karen for giving back at the Night to Shine event on Friday,… Read more »

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You’re invited to Meet Our Staffing Specialists at GPS Orangeburg! Thursday, February 21st, 2019 9:30am – 12:00pm or 2:00pm – 4:00pm We will hold meetings every 15 minutes, where YOU can express your employment interests to our Staffing Specialists! Please come and join us! Meetings will be first come first serve with limited seating. Location: 2247… Read more »

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GPS Safety Hotline!   GPS wants its associates to go home to their loved ones in the same condition they came to work. Examine the situation, consider all the outcomes, then proceed with your task. If you experience or see a safety concern on your assignment, please contact our Safety Hotline at 803-760-1441 or contact… Read more »

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GPS challenge of the week…COLD STRESS! Cold stress is when your body is unable to warm itself. Cold stress, just like heat stress, is a serious illness.

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Look Out For Dangers! GPS challenge of the week… LOOK OUT FOR DANGERS! It is easy to become complacent in familiar surroundings. For that reason, please develop a safe habit of looking for existing or new potential hazards. Check your workstation for exposed electrical cords or other tripping hazards. Shut file cabinet drawers when not… Read more »