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Jesse Allred

Social Distancing for Casinos: Don’t Gamble on Safety

Social Distancing for Casinos: Don’t Gamble on Safety

As casinos and resorts closed by the coronavirus begin to reopen, implementing proper safeguards to ensure a safe gaming environment is critical for public health and safety. Casino owners and workers should follow federal, state, and local protocols for preventing the spread of the coronavirus. The Nevada State Gaming Control Board, which regulates the most

How Restaurants Can Practice Social Distancing

How Restaurants Can Practice Social Distancing

As parts of the country begin to reopen and customers start looking to eat out again, restaurants have an important role in keeping their communities safe. OSHA, the CDC, and the FDA have all issued guidance on preparing your workplace, including safety tips specifically for restaurants, and food and beverage businesses to protect their workers

National Electrical Safety Month 2020: Electrical Safety Wherever You Work

National Electrical Safety Month 2020: Electrical Safety Wherever You Work

 Each May the Electrical Safety Foundation International (EFSI) commemorates National Electrical Safety Month with a campaign to educate people about reducing the number of electrically related fires, fatalities, injuries, and property loss. On average, there are approximately 2,000 non-fatal electrical injuries at work each year, as reported by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).

Observing National Public Health Week 2020

Observing National Public Health Week 2020

Today kicks off the 25th annual National Public Health Week! Each year the American Public Health Association (APHA) recognizes the contributions of public health and highlights issues important to improving the nation’s health. Together, we can build healthy neighborhoods, healthy communities, and ultimately a healthy country. This year’s National Public Health Week—Looking Back, Moving Forward—is

5 Ways to Prevent Slips, Trips, and Falls

5 Ways to Prevent Slips, Trips, and Falls

One of the most common types of workplace accidents – slips, trips, and falls – can easily lead to lost productivity and high compensation costs. Did you know slips, trips, and falls cause roughly 25% of all injuries that result in days away from work? But these accidents are completely preventable! And as the General

Robots, Automation, and Workplace Safety: 7 Common Hazards

Robots, Automation, and Workplace Safety: 7 Common Hazards

It’s been more than thirty years since OSHA published Guidelines for Robotics Safety in 1987. Since then, automated systems and are robots are used in all kinds of industries to complete all types of jobs – from material handling to fabrication to security. Robotics have given companies the chance to dramatically increase operational efficiency while

Top Tool Organization Strategies for the Workplace

Top Tool Organization Strategies for the Workplace

You may not know it, but your facility could be losing hundreds of dollars every year in missing, misplaced, or stolen tools. By implementing a tool organization system your facility, work is done more efficiently, a number of costs are saved, and you can be sure workers can easily find the tools they’re looking for.

Warning Signs for the Warehouse Floor

Warning Signs for the Warehouse Floor

Signs are posted in just about every workplace alerting workers of safety practices, precautions, security guidelines, warehouse rules, safety instructions, etc. Banners are hung from warehouse shelves stating how many days the facility has been free from an accident and labels are adhered to dangerous machines – but these messages can become easily overlooked. Ensure

Safe Forklift Operation: Expert Tips for Parking

Safe Forklift Operation: Expert Tips for Parking

Did you know more than 200 forklift-related injuries occur every day in the United States? Powered industrial trucks make speedy material handling possible and have been a fixture in warehouses for decades. There are dozens of standards and regulations regarding the operation of a forklift and even more safe driving tips from the experts, but

OSHA Safe + Sound Week 2019

OSHA Safe + Sound Week 2019

OSHA’s year-round campaign kicks off their third annual nationwide event, Safe + Sound Week this month on August 12. This year’s event is focused on recognizing and celebrating the successes of businesses who have implemented safety programs. OSHA hopes to encourage businesses to refresh existing programs, and for workplaces without a safety and health program,

Machine Guarding (Safety Requirements + Expert Tips)

Machine Guarding (Safety Requirements + Expert Tips)

Machinery-related injuries can be devastating. Those operating or maintaining unguarded machines are at risk for crushed hands and arms, severed limbs and fingers, abrasions, amputations, and lacerations, or even death. Industries using dangerous machines (like power saws or milling machines) are required to eliminate or control any preset hazards. Machine guards serve as a safeguard

Addressing Lockout/Tagout for National Electrical Safety Month

Addressing Lockout/Tagout for National Electrical Safety Month

Since May is National Electrical Safety Month, it’s the perfect time to address common electrical hazards in your workplace. One of the most important components of electrical safety is the control of hazardous energy, AKA lockout/tagout. Electrical energy can be fatal when accidentally released, and employees are at risk for shock, burns, electrocution, or other

Managing Inventory with Rack Labels

Managing Inventory with Rack Labels

With rows and rows of aisles and shelves, operating an efficient warehouse can be a difficult and complex task. There is a considerable amount of planning that takes place in the development of a warehouse management process, but rack labeling is a simple and cost-effective way to control inventory. Facilitating the flow of inventory, keeping

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