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Proper Signage and Label Techniques to Combat OHSA’s Top Ten Safety Violations

Proper Signage and Label Techniques to Combat OHSA’s Top Ten Safety Violations

Each year OSHA gathers all data regarding cited workplace violations and compiles it into a top ten violations list. Although the lists may reflect some similarities in violations year to year, there are still great gains being made towards enhancing workplace safety. Below we have outlined OSHA’s top ten violations of 2012 according to the

Mike Wilson | March 18, 2013 | Safety Products | Electrical Safety, Floor Marking, Forklift Safety, Lockout Tagout, OSHA, Safety, Safety Signs, Workplace Safety



10 Tips for Finding the RIGHT Safety Signs for your Business

10 Tips for Finding the RIGHT Safety Signs for your Business

Many businesses need and even require the use of safety signs to warn employees and customers of potentially hazardous areas. However, the task of finding the right signs to portray the right message, along with finding a reputable company to provide the signs may be more difficult than originally intended. We are here to ease

Mike Wilson | February 19, 2013 | Safety Solutions | Forklift Safety, OSHA, Safety, Safety Signs, Workplace Safety




Yield Anti Slip Floor Signs – Keeping workplaces Safe

Yield Anti Slip Floor Signs – Keeping workplaces Safe

Caution signs and yield anti slip floor signs are used for alerting and reminding people in and around workplaces, walkways and related areas to exercise caution when walking in these places. These self adhesive vinyl signs are sub-surface printed. They are also laminated by a protective sheath. This protective layer is a non- slip vinyl

Mike Wilson | December 28, 2012 | Safety Products | Floor Marking, Floor Signs, Safety, Safety Signs, Workplace Safety



The Core Functions of OSHA

The Core Functions of OSHA

According to the available statistics, more than sixty percent of the accidents in the workplace are preventable. Prevention can be achieved through a proper educative system targeting the employer, the employees and the general public. Negligence forms the major component of the causes of these accidents while the rest are due to lack of proper

Mike Wilson | December 12, 2012 | Safety Solutions | Emergency Evacuation, Healthcare, OSHA, Regulations & Compliance, Safety, Safety Signs, Workplace Safety


Aisle Marking Tapes – Guidelines and Its Importance

Aisle Marking Tapes – Guidelines and Its Importance

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration or OSHA definitely is the authority when it comes to the rules and regulations that must be applied in the industrial settings. They care about even the smallest detail that may have an effect to the safety of workers in the entire United States. This is due to the

Mike Wilson | December 6, 2012 | Safety Products | Aisle Marking, Aisle Marking Tape, Floor Marking, Forklift Safety, OSHA, Safety, Safety Signs



OSHA Empowers Employees

OSHA Empowers Employees

Traditionally, organization’s management had the role of designing and implementing safety rules without the necessary participation of the employees. The system was straightforward and often not to the benefit of the employees. However today, revised regulations on workplace safety have emphasized on the involvement of employees by recognizing that they are the major players and

Mike Wilson | October 24, 2012 | Safety Solutions | OSHA, Regulations & Compliance, Safety, Safety Signs, Workplace Safety



Enforcing Workplace Safety Standards through Industrial Color Codes

Enforcing Workplace Safety Standards through Industrial Color Codes

Industrial color codes To minimize workplace injuries and accidents requires the combined input of both the employer and the employees. There are tens of hazards lurking everywhere within the organization and while it is not possible to cover every angle, properly informing the relevant persons of the potential hazards can go a long way towards

Mike Wilson | October 11, 2012 | Safety Solutions | Color Codes, Color Coding, Safety, Safety Signs, Workplace Safety