Author Archives: Enrico Santos

  • New Seton Buyers Guide: Thousands of New Products to Choose From

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    We're happy to announce that we're increasing our commitment to bringing you the best safety equipment in the marketplace with the release of our newest catalog. Our latest catalog features thousands of new products we've added to our growing line of safety equipment.  Of course, just like every major update we've done, each product has been carefully selected to ensure you're only getting the best products when shopping Read More

  • July is Eye Injury Prevention Month

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    Did you know that more than 2,000 eye injuries occur each day? That is over 80 injuries an hour and more than 1 per minute! But there is good news. An estimated 90 percent of eye injuries can be prevented when the proper safety eyewear is used. Since July is National Eye Injury Prevention Month, it's a good time to review your Read More

  • Learn to Spot Hazards with the Hazfinder OSHA Training Tool

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    OSHA has released the Hazfinder, a new Hazard Identification Training Tool, an interactive game-based training tool designed to engage and educate users. There are three simulations to choose from: OSHA Visual Inspection Training Manufacturing Construction   Each scenario presents its own safety problems and issues to address. From turning out a profit and fixing safety issues, spotting the possible dangers in different areas to allocating time to Read More

  • Selecting Protective Eyewear for the Modern Worker

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    In today's active workplace, it isn't unusual for workers to move from task to task, using the same safety equipment, such as eye protection.This means that whatever safety equipment they're wearing should not only be good for protecting the individual wearing it, but also be comfortable enough for everyday wear. While the amount of protection safety googles provide is paramount and should Read More

  • National Safety Month 2014: It Takes All of Us

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    It's June again, and that means it is National Safety Month! Organized by the National Safety Council every year, this year's theme "Safety: It takes all of us" was chosen with the idea in mind that everyone is responsible for reducing the safety risks of each other, and not just ourselves. It is the Read More

  • NAOSH Week 2014: Safety Works For Everyone

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    North American Occupational Safety and Health (NAOSH) Week 2014 starts on May 4 and ends on May 10. This event, which started in 1997, is always held the first week of May and highlights the importance of occupational safety and preventing injury and illness in the workplace. This year's theme “Workplace Safety Read More

  • Workplace Eye Wellness Month: Tips to Keep Your Eyes Safe

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    March is Workplace Eye Wellness Month, an initiative started by the National Safety Council. This is the perfect opportunity to look (no pun intended) at the different ways we can keep our eyes in tip top shape and review what to do when an accident happens. According to the 1910.133 OSHA eye and face protection standard, employees exposed to eye and Read More

  • Burn Awareness Week 2014 Kickoff: Tips to Prevent Scalding

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    It’s that time of the year again when we observe Burn Awareness Week. Always the first week in February this year the event starts on February 2nd and runs until the 8th.  The focus for 2014, scalds, is particularly dangerous as it only takes a second or so of exposure to heated liquids such as boiling Read More

  • Using the Seton Pipe Marker Wizard

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    Picking pipe markers can be a stressful experience. Between having to figure out the sizes of your pipes, the regulations governing labeling them, and of course the act of sifting through countless pipe markers to find the right one, it’s no surprise that the thought of pipe markers make some people groan. At Seton, we completely understand where Read More

  • Fire Prevention Week 2013: Prevent Kitchen Fires Starts Off With A Bang

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    Fire is awesome - it keeps us warm during cold nights, cooks our food (how else would you be able to make that tasty Texas brisket without a proper fire?) and more. Undoubtedly, the harnessing of fire is one of the biggest evolutionary steps we’ve made as a species. With all its benefits, fire is also an unforgiving partner. If we don’t respect it, bad things can Read More

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