Sneha

Sneha is a content developer and SEO executive for SmartSign. Her strengths include producing technical, in-depth, industry-specific content for all to marvel at. An alumnus of Indian Institute of Mass Communication, Sneha received her Master’s degree in English Journalism in New Delhi, India. Prior to her Masters, she studied Biotechnology. And officially, she's an in-house nerd. From her previous company, she brings with her a rich experience of leading team of expert review writers.

Her penchant for digital archeology (sifting Google for hours to dig up facts that make up this world) is matched only by her love for graphs and pie charts. She believes that learning has no finish line. Sneha’s quick wit, humility, and cheerfulness make her a great person (and an awesome co-worker)!

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Staying safe from poisonous plants while camping just got easier!

Staying safe from poisonous plants while camping just got easier!

| March 9, 2017

Poison ivy and poison oak, spread across most of North America, can ruin a perfectly good camping trip. These dangerous plants can be found almost anywhere when camping, whether in open fields, wooded areas, roadsides, or riverbanks. Poison oak and poison ivy trigger an itchy rash on contact. Worse, if the leaves get into a […]

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‘Midnight Rider’ filmmakers could be convicted in death of Sarah Jones

‘Midnight Rider’ filmmakers could be convicted in death of Sarah Jones

| February 16, 2015

February 20th will mark the first anniversary of Sarah Jones’ death. A crew member on the set of Midnight Rider, Jones was killed by an oncoming freight train while preparing for a scene on a narrow train trestle. The film is now suspended and set to face a court trial beginning March 9th. In August of last […]

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New lab process improves GMO biocontainment

New lab process improves GMO biocontainment

| January 30, 2015

Genetically modified organisms, GMOs, are a boon to society. They help create insulin, produce biofuels, and even clean up contaminated soil or water. Genetically engineered mosquitoes fight dengue virus, and immune system cells attack tumors. Yet, there are concerns that GMOs and products containing GMOs are harmful to humans and the environment. Particularly, the lab […]

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Sleep-deprived workers fail to perform

Sleep-deprived workers fail to perform

| January 6, 2015

Making employees work overtime at the cost of their sleep isn’t beneficial to any organization; in fact, overtired employees can become a greater economic burden for companies. A recent report reveals that one in every five employees is sleep-deprived, and of those, more than half are at risk of absenteeism, injuries and accidents. Among those who get below-average […]

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Hand hygiene declines at end of hospital shift

Hand hygiene declines at end of hospital shift

| November 18, 2014

New research on hand washing habit in hospitals shows that healthcare workers are less likely to wash their hands toward the end of their shift. The decline is attributed to hectic work schedules that drain cognitive resources responsible for self-regulatory behavior. As work pressure builds through the day, mental fatigue pushes healthcare workers to focus […]

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Bangladesh garment factories face shut down after Accord’s report

Bangladesh garment factories face shut down after Accord’s report

| October 28, 2014

Top brands often farm out work to local factories in poorer nations to take advantage of low wages but it is hard for these sweatshops to maintain adequate safety measure for their workers. The committee investigating Bangladesh garment factories that produce merchandise for companies like Adidas, H&M, Forever New, Marks and Spencer, and Mothercare among others, has […]

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What causes the worst injuries to food industry workers?

What causes the worst injuries to food industry workers?

| August 5, 2014

Employees in the food industry are exposed to a lot of noticeable hazards like slippery floors, knives, hot water, heavy containers, cutting and slicing machines, and more. However, they also encounter hazards that, although not visible to the naked eye, are in fact life threatening. Failure to implement lockout tagout procedure that results in the […]

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Is Europe safer than America for workers?

Is Europe safer than America for workers?

| July 14, 2014

A June report by Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) that compares the number of fatalities in US versus European Union (EU) in the calendar year 2010, hints that working in the US is far more risky than working in EU.   Extensively collected data revealed that the rate of fatalities per 100,000 employees in the […]

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Are lab accidents at schools preventable?

Are lab accidents at schools preventable?

| January 17, 2014

A chemical accident at Beacon High School, New York in which two students were injured during a lab demonstration, has stirred up a debate on whether lab accidents at schools are preventable. Tenth grader Alonzo Yanes, one of the injured students, suffered second-degree burns on his face, neck, and arm while the other student suffered first […]

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Surviving Christmas: Fire safety tips for the holidays

Surviving Christmas: Fire safety tips for the holidays

| December 19, 2013

Although fire safety is a perennial issue, Christmas is the time when a little extra precaution is recommended. That’s because everything that makes this holiday beautiful — candles, wreaths, outdoor lighting, chestnut-roasting — also makes it hazardous. Home fires are common (and preventable) during the holiday season. U.S. fire department responds to an average of […]

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OSHA stresses the importance of crowd safety for Black Friday sales

OSHA stresses the importance of crowd safety for Black Friday sales

| November 26, 2013

As holiday shopping kickstarts with Thanksgiving this year, OSHA is reminding retailers to put the safety of their employees before anything else. The lure of insane shopping bargains can give rise to a dangerous mob mentality among shoppers, resulting in crowd injuries, fire, and other accidents. In 2008, a Walmart employee was trampled to death […]

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