• 5 Steps to a Safe and Compliant Warehouse

    Warehouse Safety Want to improve warehouse worker safety at your own business? Follow these five steps from Seton to establish effective warehouse safety:
    1. 1. Protect Against Slips, Trips & Falls Slips and falls are responsible for about 40 percent of reported workplace deaths. Take advantage of anti-slipping safety products - such as .. Read More
  • 5 Steps to Lockout Safety

    LOTO Since OSHA introduced Standard 1910.147, great strides have been made to increase safety and reduce incidents of injury in workplaces everywhere.  Having a Lockout/Tagout (LOTO) plan plays a vital role in protecting workers and employees from life threatening accidents on a regular basis. Here are five steps to build an effective LOTO pl.. Read More
  • The Importance of PPE for Your Employees

    PPE Nearly every job with a physical component involves workers using clothing and equipment to protect themselves from many different potential hazards. Shoes, work gloves, respirators, goggles and hearing protection all play roles in keeping employees safe. When employees are properly shielded from the many dangers they may encounter on the job, they can go about their duties without worrying about harmful exposures and interactions. Your facility benefits fro.. Read More
  • 4 Reasons to Invest in a Portable Industrial Printer

    Brady BMP21 Portable Printer Industrial printers give you the ability to apply custom workplace messages and robust labeling solutions whenever you need them and portable label printers give you the ability to do the same thing from wherever you’d like. From general purpose industrial labels to datacomm, electrical and material handling labels, .. Read More
  • 4 Steps to Set up Wayfinding Around Your Healthcare Facility

    SUS_BLOG_300x200_030717 Although any unfamiliar building can be confusing to explore, healthcare facilities can be even more cumbersome to navigate as a result of their large size and complexity. As a result, healthcare facilities often require Wayfinding Signage to help individuals avoid getting lost. Here are four steps to setting up wayfinding around your healthcare facility:
    1. 1. Keep it simple. <.. Read More
  • 5 Tips to Picking Pipe Markers

    SUS_BLOG_300x200_022817_Construction_022117 Although it may not be the first thing that comes to mind when it comes to workplace safety, pipe marking is essential to keep employees safe. Pipe marking ensures that workers know what is inside every pipe at all times. Follow these five tips to pick out the right pipe markers:
    1. 1. Decide how many Before you place an order for pipe markers, you.. Read More
  • Customizing Your Safety Message

    SUS_BLOG_300x200_022817 Do you have a specific workplace hazard that you need to identify? Do you have a unique safety message that you need to communicate to employees and visitors at your facility? At Seton, we help customers solve their safety problems every day using solutions tailored to meet their unique needs. Let us help you create all the customiz.. Read More
  • OSHA’s 3-Step Guide to Fall Prevention

    SUS_BLOG_300x200_022117_Construction_022117 Falls are the leading cause of death on construction job sites (40 percent) and account for 15 percent of accidental workplace deaths across all industries each year. In an effort to raise awareness among both workers and employers, OSHA teamed up with the National Institute for Occupational Safety and the Health and National Occupational Research Agenda (NOR.. Read More
  • 3 Steps to Successful Asset Management

    SUS_BLOG_300x200_022117 It’s no secret that modern businesses - across virtually every industry - are using technology today more than ever before. But with a growing amount of devices being used on a daily basis, companies are struggling to find ways to keep track of all their assets. Whether you need to put a new asset management program in place or improve on your existing strategy, follow these three easy steps to manage your company assets: 
    1. .. Read More
  • 10 Must-Have Safety Signs for OSHA Compliance

    OSHA44 According to the Hazard Communication Standard from OSHA, organizations must post safety signs that comply with standards from the American National Standard Institute from either 1967-1968 (ANSI Z53.1, Z35.1 and Z35.2) or 2011 (ANSI Z535.1, Z535.2 and Z535.5). The most effective way to communicate warnings and other important safety messages to employees and visitors alike is through the use of safety signs. For details regarding the specific signs you should hang at your facilities, visit OSHA.com. In the meantime, hang these 10 types of.. Read More