Tips to Prevent Lacerations

One of the most common injuries in the workplace are lacerations. Hands and fingers are most likely to suffer lacerations. Check out these great tips from for how to prevent lacerations.

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Lockout/Tagout Programs

Failure to comply with Lockout/Tagout rules is a frequent violation of OSHA’s safety regulations.  Help your employees stay safe by using the correct lockout/tagout program.

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2017 Top 10 OSHA Violations

The Top 10 OSHA Violations for 2017 were recently released at the National Safety Congress and Expo.

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OSHA Regulations for First Aid Kits

First Aid Only recently released this resource to help you understand OSHA Regulations for First Aid Kits.  Check out the guide below.

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2015/16 Winter Glove Guide

Superior Glove recently released their 2015/16 Winter Glove Guide.  Check out the guide below.

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Heat Stress 101 from Sqwincher

Sqwincher recently released this resource with important tips to help you remain properly hydrated and avoid heat stress.

Sqwincher’s products are scientifically formulated to provide your body with important minerals that are lost while working.  Sqwincher offers a variety of products including powder mix, liquid concentration, ready-made drink, freeze pops and electrolyte chews.

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When to Replace Slings

Check out this LiftAll resource below that highlights important information on replacing slings.

OSHA requires slings with any of these common problems to be taken out of service.  Be sure to replace your slings so that you avoid a fine.

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Hazard Communication with GHS: FAQs

Accuform Signs recently released this resource with information about Hazard Communication and answers to frequently asked questions.

HazCom 2012 includes the following major requirements:

  • Hazard Classification
  • Labels
  • Safety data sheets
  • Information and Training

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Identify Safe & Effective Emergency Eyewash

Honeywell Safety released this guide to help you Identify Safe and Effective Emergency Eyewash Stations.

According to OSHA, more than 2,000 people injure their eyes at work each day in the U.S. Roughly one in 10 of those individuals require one or more missed workdays to recover, and 10 percent to 20 percent of all occupational eye injuries result in temporary or permanent vision loss, according to OSHA.

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Reading a GHS Formatted Label

Brady released this training guide that will help guide your employees in reading Globally Harmonized System formatted labels.

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