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Ten Safety Tips in the Office that take Ten Minutes or Less

Ten Safety Tips in the Office that take Ten Minutes or Less

Is Your Office Safe? For the most part, working in an office environment is one of the safest types of jobs available. You don’t typically need to worry about falling objects or getting hit by an indoor vehicle. The fact is, however, that there are still risks present that everyone should be aware of. Fortunately,

10 Reasons Why Industrial Labeling is Important

10 Reasons Why Industrial Labeling is Important

Improve Organization and Efficiency with Industrial Labeling Industrial labeling is an essential activity in any facility, and for many different reasons. For example, it can help to improve safety as well as organization and even efficiency. In fact, proper labeling can benefit almost every measurable area of the facility. If you don’t already have a

7 Tips for Safely Responding to Chemical Spills in the Workplace

7 Tips for Safely Responding to Chemical Spills in the Workplace

Chemical Spills in the Workplace When it comes to safety hazards in the workplace, there are few things that are as scary or serious as a chemical spill. Whether it is a small spill or something bigger, they can all be extremely dangerous to the people working in the facility as well as any products

OSHA Injury Reporting Updates – September 2014 Brings New Rules

OSHA Injury Reporting Updates – September 2014 Brings New Rules

OSHA Update – Reporting Injuries This autumn brings about some big changes for American businesses operating under the jurisdiction of OSHA (hint: that’s just about everyone!). As of September 11th 2014, the requirements for having to report injuries and fatalities on worksites is getting an overhaul. From the range of situations that need to be

10 Items for Your Safety Hazards Checklist

10 Items for Your Safety Hazards Checklist

Get Started with a Safety Hazards Checklist Keeping a facility safe is extremely important, and as a safety manager or other leader in the facility it is often going to be your responsibility to ensure there are no unnecessary hazards. One of the best ways to do this is to make a safety hazards checklist

10 Tips to Improve Mine Health & Safety

10 Tips to Improve Mine Health & Safety

Every workplace has some types of health and safety hazards that people need to be aware of. When it comes to the mining industry, however, there are significantly more hazards to be concerned with. To make matters worse, the hazards in this industry are often far more dangerous than they are in most other workplaces.

8 Electricity Tips for Staying Safe

8 Electricity Tips for Staying Safe

A Guide for Keeping Safe around Electricity Of all the many safety hazards in the workplace, few can cause as much damage, injury or even death as electricity. To make it worse, accidents with electricity can literally happen in the blink of an eye, which is why it is so important to implement electricity tips

How to Plan Effective Workplace Safety Drills

How to Plan Effective Workplace Safety Drills

There are many different things that companies can do to help improve the safety of their facility and their employees, such as installing photoluminescent tape or reminder safety signs. However, learning about and implementing industry best safety practices, for example, can do a lot to cut down on hazards within the facility. The fact is,

Confined Space Entry Permits – Safety Guidelines Hidden In The Cracks

Confined Space Entry Permits – Safety Guidelines Hidden In The Cracks

Confined Space Entry Permits – Safety Guidelines Hidden In The Cracks Dangerous, confined spaces are the stuff of horror films and cringe-worthy moments on screen, and there’s a reason. Depictions of people trapped in a confined space not only play on a natural human tendency toward claustrophobia, but they also reflect a very real danger

When Rules Aren’t Followed – Addressing Safety Non-Compliance

When Rules Aren’t Followed – Addressing Safety Non-Compliance

Whats the Best Way of Treating Employees who Violate Safety Rules? So you’ve noticed some concerning behaviors among workers, namely, the safety rules and regulations of your workplace aren’t being followed. Yikes!  This type of problem is one that, while extremely irksome for many business owners and safety managers, seems like a relatively simple fix: 

Executive Acceptance of Operational Excellence – Not Just A Pretty Rhyme

Executive Acceptance of Operational Excellence – Not Just A Pretty Rhyme

Introduction to Operational Excellence For most of us, Lean is a common concept by now. By extension, we’re also familiar with the idea of continuous improvement; the way we run our business should ultimately be reflective of a chain of efforts to change for the better and reach more perfect efficiency. That’s all well and good,

Labels that Last when Attached to Wet Surfaces

Labels that Last when Attached to Wet Surfaces

Vinyl Labels to the Rescue When you are working in a manufacturing or warehouse facility, you will likely see labels used throughout the area. Whether on chemical containers, machines, electrical systems or anything else, a label is a great way to quickly provide information to everyone working in the area. In most environments, just about

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