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You can guard against accidents and OSHA citations by creating a self-inspection procedure. Here's how: Educate your staff. Your people should have a working knowledge of OSHA standards and regulations within your field. Appoint a company "inspector" who will...read more
Recent weather conditions have led to record-high water levels on lakes, rivers, and streams, creating heightened safety hazards and potential property damage along shorelines. As water levels continue to increase, it’s important to keep water safety in mind. Speed...read more
How much thought do you give each day to the dangers that electricity can pose? Since your work tasks can involve handling electrical wiring and electronic tools, it is necessary to take time to consider the possible hazards associated with electricity and how best to...read more
When welding and cutting at your workplace, it is essential to both your safety and those around you that you adhere to certain safety recommendations. Safety Considerations To avoid injuries on the job, consider these safety recommendations: Always check for fire...read more
Practical Monthly Training Tips: Put a Stop to Pinch Point Injuries Pinch point hazards are abundant in a manufacturing environment and can be found on many types of equipment including metal-forming machines, power presses, conveyors, robotic machines, powered...read more