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Get Ready: How to Prepare Your Workers for Emergencies

When a heat wave, earthquake or tornado strikes, do your employees know exactly what to do? The National Weather Service (NWS) recorded a total of 446… 394 more words

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A Higher Dimension: Why Use 3D Projection Signs

In cases of emergency, even a few seconds can be the difference between “saved” and “impaired”, which is why you need to install signs that immediately inform your workers what to do and where to proceed to when an accident occurs. 283 more words

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10 Ways to Beat the Stress of Working in the Summer Heat

Summer weather means temperatures are high, humidity is up, and any chance of a breeze is non-existent. But for a worker, it also means safety glasses fogging up, excessively sweaty hands from wearing gloves, pools of sweat inside the ears from plugs, difficulty in breathing because of respirators, and the list goes on. 546 more words

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We've Got Your Back: Tips on Proper Lifting

Tasks that involve lifting and bending present serious job hazards. Stocking shelves, managing storerooms and unloading trucks are all common actions that can easily cause injury. 671 more words

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New York State DOT hits home with new work zone PSA

The New York State Department of Transportation this week released a new public safety announcement video that hits close to home for anyone who has worked on the road, with those who work on the road or each morning kiss their loved one goodbye hoping they return from working on the road. 8 more words

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Fire and Exit Kits to Keep Your Facility Safe

The costs of a fire in a facility range from acute to don’t even ask. In fact, a report released in 2013 by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) stated that $12,427,000,000 worth of direct property loss was accrued in 2012. 692 more words

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Eyewash and 3-Way Sign Kits Keep Workers Aware and Safe

When it comes to dealing with eye injuries, responding quickly is of paramount concern. This means you should immediately take an injured worker to an  246 more words

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