Commonplace Examples of Biological Hazards

The bottom line is that any health risk that comes from the biosphere can be classified as a biological hazard. Risks from the biosphere are those that are derived from animals, plants, and other living organisms, including microorganisms.  Some examples of biological hazards or biohazards include: Blood and bodily fluids Sewage Airborne pathogens (influenza, common…

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Overview of How Hoarding Impacts Your Investment Property: Make the Best of a Challenging Situation

With alarming regularity, landlords in Southern California and throughout the state, indeed across the United States, face situations involving hoarders living in their rental property. You may find yourself in this position, encountering a tenant who hoards. The stark reality is that hoarding can impact your investment or rental property in a number of ways…

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