Your California employer pays you well and you have a great benefits package. You get to use your college degree, and you're doing work that you enjoy. You can see that there are options for you to move up the corporate ladder in the future, so this is something that you think of as a viable career.
Carbon monoxide is an occupational hazard in many industries in California. Facilities at which forklifts or other equipment that is powered by liquid petroleum gas are used are most hazardous. Internal combustion engines of LPG-powered devices emit carbon monoxide, a toxic gas that could cause fatal workplace accidents.
Landscapers in California face multiple safety hazards throughout the year, but with the increased activities during the summer, the risks they face are exacerbated. Along with potential workplace injuries caused by repetitive hard labor, hazardous equipment and dangerous chemicals, summer months bring exposure to heat-related illnesses. Employers must protect the health and safety of workers by providing safety training and personal protective equipment.