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Selecting the right oil absorbent booms

Oil absorbent booms can be the perfect solution when there’s an oil spill. Especially, if that oil spill is in an area where the oil needs to be removed quickly. This could, for example, be the case if there’s an oil spill in a body of water. Whether you need to remove oil or other […]

23Jun2009 | | 0 comments | Continued
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How to Choose the Right Industrial Absorbent Floor Mats

How do you protect surfaces from spills as well as wear and tear? That’s the perfect job for industrial oil absorbent floor mats. What makes them different from regular floor mats? Since they are often subject to a much higher degree of wear and tear, for example from having equipment dragged over them, and from […]

23Jun2009 | | 0 comments | Continued
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Safety cabinets for keeping your chemicals handy yet safe

Do you keep chemicals in your facility that are flammable, corrosive, poisonous, or dangerous to humans, animals, or the environment in any other way? If so, you want to ensure that they’re locked away safely. Of course, if you have a lot of chemicals, you should get a safety cabinet especially made to store the […]

23Jun2009 | | 0 comments | Continued
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How to Choose a Pesticide Storage Cabinet

Do you need to store pesticides on the premises? You probably do, especially if you’re in the lawn care or agricultural business. Maybe you’re in charge of keeping a golf course dandelion free. If so, you probably store significant amounts of pesticides and other poisons around your shop. So how do you make sure they’re […]

23Jun2009 | | 0 comments | Continued
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How to Select Proper Acid Storage Cabinets?

Do you need to store acids at your facility? Then you surely already know how important it is to store them safely. After all, acids are among the most dangerous substances you could have around the plant. To help you with storing them safely, avoiding accidents, and staying on the good side of OSHA and […]

19Jun2009 | | 0 comments | Continued
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How to Select the Proper Flammable Liquids Storage Cabinet

If you have flammable liquids at your shop or facility, it is crucial that you store them properly. Failure to do so puts you at risk. You may have heard that majority of industrial fires is caused by negligence when it comes to properly storing or otherwise safeguarding those dangerous liquids. But how DO you […]

18Jun2009 | | 0 comments | Continued
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How to shop for Spill Kits

When you’re working with hazardous liquids and chemicals, you need to make sure you’re prepared for the inevitable: spills. Whether you’re storing your chemicals in your shop area or at your manufacturing plant, or whether you are transporting them, sooner or later, there is going to be a spill. It’s not a matter of whether, […]

17Jun2009 | | 0 comments | Continued
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What are Spill Containment Pallets and Which Type Do You Need?

Leaks and spills are a fact of life in an industrial setting. And since you’re dealing with hazardous chemicals, you absolutely must make sure you’ll be able to contain any spills. The EPA requires it, and good citizenship and best practices do as well. One key to the solution: Spill Containment Pallets. No matter how […]

11Jun2009 | | 0 comments | Continued
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How to choose a Non-Absorbent Oil Spill Containment Boom:

If you handle or store any significant quantities of oil on or near water, you have to be prepared for emergencies.  And one of the best ways to be prepared is by keeping oil spill containment booms around.  But which kind should you get?  Read on for how to choose the right boom for various […]

10Jun2009 | | 0 comments | Continued
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9 Electric Shock Safety Tips.

Every year in the United States over 400 workers are killed by electric shock.  Most of these deaths and injuries can be prevented with these nine electric shock safety tips. Inspect equipment cords and extension cords before each use. Every electrical cord should be treated as a live one. Never cut off the third prong […]

13May2009 | | 0 comments | Continued