Recent topics in dating safety
THE dating app Tinder now has millions of users looking for love and has helped thousands of people find their perfect partner. Daters can swipe right to "like" a profile and left to reject it.
Tinder is a free app available on both i OS and Android that allows users to view potential suitors within a pre-determined radius and age bracket - ranging from 18 upwards.
Two people who have "liked" each other's profiles are deemed a match, and can beginning messaging via the app.
The app includes the option to unmatch and delete other users, and report people who may have been offensive.
Research has revealed that there are 50 million active users on Tinder who check their accounts 11 times per day and spend an average of 90 minutes per day on the app, reported Marie Claire.
Changes to OSHA's Hazard Communication (Hazcom) Standard are bringing the United States into alignment with the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS), further improving safety and health protections for America's workers.
For more information on this topic, visit the OSHA website.
Food packaging contains a wealth of information, from the Nutrition Facts Panel to the Ingredient List, and knowing what to look for is crucial to maintain a healthy lifestyle.
The GHS is expected to prevent injuries and illnesses, save lives and improve trade conditions for chemical manufacturers.
The Hazard Communication Standard in 1983 gave the workers the "right to know," but the new Globally Harmonized System gives workers the "right to understand." OSHAs alignment of the Hazcom standard with GHS brings changes for workers covered by Hazcom.
A website Swipebuster claims it will help people see if their other half has a Tinder profile.