Monthly Archives: May 2014

Copy Excel Formulas Down to Fill a Column

One of the more tedious tasks in Excel is to copy a formula down an entire column of a report. Not only is it mind-numbing, but it also leaves the opportunity for error if you don’t copy the formula down to exactly the correct cells. For best results, try one of the methods below.

Decrease Potentially Fatal Injuries with These Tips

Workers’ Deaths Due to Confined Space.  It’s a lead news story heard several times a year.  According to one report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries, there is an average of two deaths each week due to confined spaces.  Confined spaces create a potentially dangerous environment for those who interact…
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Know Your OSHA!

Many employers dutifully draft written safety and health programs related to hazardous chemicals, blood-borne pathogens, fire prevention and evacuation, emergency action plans and more. Plus, they appropriately provide training on these programs.

Creating a Flowchart in Excel

Have you been tasked with creating a flowchart to document a business process? Some companies invest in expensive, specialized software that builds flowcharts for you with just a few points and clicks. Other businesses prefer to use a tool which they already have, and in which the employees have already been trained: Excel.

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