2012

  • Seton launches new construction website

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    Seton has launched a new website focused around construction in an effort to combat what the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) call the “Fatal Four.” These are the four leading causes of deaths on building and construction sites; they are falls, electrocution, impact with an object, or workers becoming trapped in small spaces. The new website, www.seton.com/construction, is organized into five sections that Read More

  • Seton sends care packages to the troops

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    Maurice "Moe" Bostic lends a helping hand to send care packages to send to the troops overseas. After writing letters to deployed soldiers in November, Seton employees wanted to look for another way to do more for the men and women who keep them safe. Seton once again partnered with the charitable organization Give2TheTroops to get the job done. Andi Read More

  • OSHA headers explained

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    In order to stay compliant, facilities and worksites must properly display OSHA header signs to communicate to workers the dangers they could face. However, how do you know what type of sign is appropriate for each situation? The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) ensures workers have a safe and healthful working environment by setting and enforcing standards, as well as providing training, education and assistance Read More

  • Are you ready for 2013?

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    New Year’s has a tendency to sneak up on us all, so be sure you’re ahead of the game by picking up 2013 inventory dot labels. These labels can be used in a variety of situations. They can be used to: Organize inventory Communicate the status of a particular job or task Label important documents Tell of expiration dates Define priorities These self-adhesive paper labels should only be used indoors, but with Read More

  • Seton spreads holiday cheer to local families

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    Employees at Seton got into the holiday spirit by acting as a Secret Santa for two local families. In Branford, Conn. families who are experiencing financial difficulties often turn to the Branford Counseling Center’s Adopt-A-Family program when they need help buying holiday presents. The Center pairs them up with organizations, like Seton, who are willing to lend a hand and fulfill the family’s wish Read More

  • OSHA updates Head Protection standards

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    Earlier this winter, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) updated its policy regarding head protection standards from a 1986 edition of the American National Standard for Industrial Head Protection to the 2009 edition. The new standard (ANSI/ISEA Z89.1-2009) replaces the outdated performance and testing requirements for hard hats. As part of the new standard, manufacturers can now test hard hats to be worn backwards. Read More

  • Ice melt – snow melting safety products

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    There are many different types of ice melt that are designed to quickly melt snow and ice around your facility, but with so many options, how do you know what’s the best product for you? Unfortunately, if you wait until after the storm to stock up on supplies, you could find yourself knee-deep in snow, and trouble. Load up now and avoid getting caught off guard. Calcium Read More

  • New Year’s Resolution #1 - Get Organized!

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    As New Year’s steadily approaches, it’s time to dust off those resolutions and get organized! Storage containers, including shelf bins and containers, are a must-have at all worksites. These organizational tools not only keep important items labeled and easy to find, they also protect your products from the elements. There are dozens of different types of containers out there, so just make sure you’re using the best Read More

  • Seton men embrace Movember

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    Ryan Freeman participated in Movember by growing an impressive mustache. A group of fearless men working in Seton’s Connecticut branch grew impressive mustaches for the month of November, all in an effort to raise funds and awareness for men’s health. The idea behind Movember is that male participants, “Mo Bros,” become walking billboards to raise awareness about men’s health. Women are also Read More

  • Are you ready for the next snowfall?

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    Winter has a tendency to bring a certain degree of danger with it. From slips, trips, and falls to car skids and squeals, no one is immune to winter’s wrath. However, there are winter products you can stock up on to minimize those dangers. Here’s what you need: A Snow Shovel will help you with snow removal and help clear the pathways leading to your Read More

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