• 5 Step Process for a Safe and Compliant Parking Lot

    Screen Shot 2017-06-09 at 11.29.54 AM Did you know one in five automobile accidents occurs in a parking lot? Though there are often reduced speeds in these areas, fender benders are more likely to occur in parking lots than on open roadways. So, .. Read More
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  • National Safety Month 2017: Keep Each Other Safe!

    Workplace Safety Each June, the National Safety Council -- and thousands of other organizations across the country, including Seton -- works to raise awareness about safety by putting on National Safety Month. The goal of the annual campaign is to increase safety at work, on roads and in homes. This year, the theme for the month of June is to "Keep Each Other Safe." In fact, each week of June will be dedicated to highlighting a different safety topic:
  • Seton Desktop Printer Selection Guide

    BBP85 Color Label Printer From safety signs and pipe markers to wire markers and patch panels, Seton Desktop Label Printers can handle almost any volume of sign and label making. With a wide range of durable materials, output size and color options to choose from, .. Read More
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  • Silica Compliance: What You Need to Know

    Silica Dust The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) recently issued a Final Rule in an effort to limit workers' exposure to respirable crystalline silica, which has been linked to lung cancer, silicosis, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and kidney disease among exposed employees. Though the U.S. Department of Labor first discovered the hazards of crystalline silica back in the 1930s, many of the standards are outdated and don't protect workers properly. Recently, however,.. Read More
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  • Walking-Working Surfaces Compliance Standards

    Walking-Working Surfaces According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), falls from both heights and on the same level are among the leading causes of serious work-related injuries and even deaths. In fact, the agency estimates that slips, trips and falls are responsible for roughly 15% of accidental worker deaths, which ranks them second only to motor vehicle accidents as the leading cause of fatalities at work. .. Read More
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  • Seton Portable Printer Selection Guide

    Portable Printer From general purpose industrial labels to datacomm, electrical and material handling labels, Seton Portable Printers provide users with robust labeling solutions on demand and on-the-go. .. Read More
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  • Choosing the Right Spill Sorbents

    SUS_BLOG_300x200_041117 You never know when a spill will occur, but you can be sure of how you're going to handle it. Having the right spill sorbents on-hand can make all the difference when it comes to cleaning up a spill quickly and efficiently. Spill sorbents are the most common - and arguably the most important - parts of spill kits.. Read More
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  • 7 Steps to Organize Your Parking Lot

    Traffic & Parking Did you know one in five automobile accidents occurs in a parking lot? Though there are often reduced speeds in these areas, fender benders are more likely to occur in parking lots than on open roadways. So, how can you limit the number of accidents that occur in your own lot? Follow these seven tips:
    1. 1. Control the flow of traffic. Most parking lots are hectic. The high concentration of vehicles in a small area makes for increased car cong.. Read More
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  • 6 Factors to I.D. Your Pipes and Valves

    Pipe Markers & Valve Tags Marking all the pipes and valves in your facilities is imperative to the safety of everyone in the building. According to ANSI/ASME Standard A13.1-2015, there are six main factors to consider when choosing pipe markers and valve tags:
    1. 1. Size It's possible you'll need different sized pipe markers and valve tags, dependin.. Read More
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  • 10 Steps to Prevent Slips, Trips & Falls

    SUS_BLOG_300x200_041117 Want to improve floor safety in your workplace? Follow these 10 steps from Seton to prevent slips, trips and falls in all of your facilities:
    1. 1. Inspect Your Workplace The first step involves assessing your facilities. In addition to looking for at-risk areas in your buildings, you should investigate incidents inv.. Read More
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