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Why Use Spill Kits

Spill kits have become an emergency staple in industrial facilities, especially those that manufacture, pack, store or transport hazardous materials. In fact, the Department of Transportation’s Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) 173.3 requires the use of salvage drums that comply with government  325 more words

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Forklift Safety Training: 7 Things You Need to Know Now

Fact: an untrained operator is an unsafe operator.  This is especially true for forklift drivers. The forklift can be one of the most dangerous equipment in your workplace, with thousands of… 545 more words

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Video: You’re Right to Know - Proper GHS Safety Data Sheet Storage Solutions

GHS Safety Data Sheets (SDS) inform and protect workers and visitors alike from chemical hazards in your workplace! Providing proper access to this information helps everyone apply essential safety measures and develop an ongoing protection program. 76 more words

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Protect Your Eyes: Top 10 Safety Tips At A Glance

Potential eye hazards can be found in nearly every industry – from manufacturing, construction, laboratories, food preparation, and even in office settings. According to the… 605 more words

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How to Read the NFPA Diamond

OSHA Hazard Communication Standard 29 CFR 1910.1200 requires employers to have all containers of hazardous chemicals in the workplace labeled, tagged, or marked with the appropriate hazard warnings. 542 more words

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Migrant Worker Safety Laws: Get Educated

It can be said that migrant workers are the backbone of our country today. With seasonal and migrant workers in the U.S. making up 16.3% of the labor force, our economy has become dependent on immigrant labor now and for the future. 685 more words

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Safety Signs: Do You Know Which One is Right for You?

Signs are a common sight in our everyday lives. You can’t go a day without seeing one. They are everywhere – on the street, in parking lots and even in the restroom. 624 more words

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