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Sorbent Pads — Cleaning Up Spills on a Budget

Sorbent pads are great for cleaning up spills.   Read on to discover which type to get for which kinds of spills. In industrial settings, no matter how big or small, sorbent pads are essential.  They’re small, economical, and highly efficient.  Because of their small size, they are not only easy to store and to keep […]

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Chemical Spill Kits — Choosing the Right Kit for Your Situation

You know that having chemical spill kits around would be a good idea.  But you need to select the right one to get the most out of it.  Read on to discover what to look for before you go shopping. When you do have a chemical spill at your facility, it’s crucial that it be […]

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Safety Bollards — An Easy Approach to Damage Control

Safety Bollards are great inexpensive tools that can help you protect equipment and facility structures from being damaged or employees from becoming injured. Safety bollards simply let people know that what is beyond these yellow posts is something that they should stay away from. For example, if you want to avoid having anyone damage a […]

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Safety Products — How to Cover Your Back

You know you need safety products to keep your facility safe.  The question is which ones? Let’s take a look at the various aspects of safety that need to be covered: 1) Prevention Prevention is a great concept. It means you make sure no accidents occur, or at least as few as possible.  In an […]

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Safety Management — How to Keep Your Company Safe

Safety management is one of the most important tasks in any company. Safety is at the heart of making a facility work well. The safety manager must ensure the safety of all employees, visitors, and, of course, the facility itself. But there’s much more. The quality of a company’s safety management can affect the environment […]

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Flammable Storage Cabinets – Safe Storage of Flammable Chemicals

With flammable liquids, there’s no margin of error when it comes to safe and correct storage. You probably know that most industrial fires occur in situations where chemicals have been stored improperly. Fortunately, there are cabinets that are supremely suited to flammable liquids. Keeping them safely stashed away is precisely what they’ve been made for. […]

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Why You May Want an Anti-Fatigue Floor Mat and How To Get a Good One

Do you have anti-fatigue floor mats at your workplace? If not, do you ever wish your employees had more energy? Well, aside from providing great gourmet coffee, providing anti-fatigue floor mats will make a great difference! Why? Imagine! A floor mat that keeps you from getting tired even after hours of standing! It’s kind of […]

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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 […]

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8 Tips On Ladder Safety

If you or your employees use ladders on the job it is important to follow these eight common sense rules for ladder safety. OSHA estimates that there are 24,882 injuries and as many as 36 fatalities per year as a result of  falls on stairways and ladders used in construction.  Almost 50% of the injuries […]

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8 Tips on Writing a Good Housekeeping Plan.

One of the most important factors in accident and injury prevention is practicing good housekeeping. When work areas are orderly and clean, workers can do their job more efficiently. A good housekeeping program will result in both immediate and long range results. There will be less tripping, slipping, bumping and dropping. You can lower your […]

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