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  • Virtual Parking Lot and Spring Cleaning Kits: Spring Cleaning Made Easier

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    Even though our current weather is still on the cold side in a lot of places, it's safe to say spring is slowly but surely making itself felt. And everyone knows what follows spring: spring cleaning. Considering the rather harsh cold weather we experienced recently, it should come as no surprise to anyone how potentially big spring Read More

  • Custom Size Labels: The Right Sized Label All The Time

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    There are many benefits to customization. In fact, a previous article mentioned 4 reasons why taking the custom route is a wise investment. To recap, these reasons are: You can choose your own design – Customization means you are no longer a "slave" to a product’s standard features. In Read More

  • Asset Tagging: Choosing The Right Label For You

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    Property management is probably one of the issues that business owners fret most about. In any kind of business, you always want to keep all your assets protected. A case of one stolen piece of equipment or machine can lead to an even bigger mishap – losing confidential business information, company data, client records, and a whole lot more. So what can you do to avoid getting Read More

  • Avoid Construction Accidents Using Signs

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    Post construction site warning signs to avoid accidents. Accidents can happen in any industrial setting, but we all have to agree that construction sites can be more dangerous compared to others. According to the Organizational Safety and Health Administration or OSHA, more than 17% of work-related fatalities can Read More

  • Common Types of Parking Signs

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    Inform visitors of your parking rules. Most drivers have first-hand knowledge of how difficult it is to find a convenient parking space. Wherever you may be, finding a proper parking place would probably mean driving around occupied lanes, losing precious time in the process, and dealing with other drivers who are in the same boat as Read More

  • ID 101: Your Guide to Choosing a Foolproof ID System

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    Enhance facility security with ID Badges. Why do you use identification cards and badges? There was a time when the sole purpose of ID badges is just to identify people who are part of a certain organization. A few years back, you could stick a photo onto a card with your name on it – and there was your ID card. Read More

  • Glow In the Dark and Reflective Tape: Mark Your Way to a Safer Facility!

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    Some of most common workplace accidents and mix-ups result from improperly marked floors and work areas.  People trip over steps and obstructions every day, and don’t always get the proper directional guidance they need in a building complex. However, with the appropriate measures, such confusion and hazards can be easily avoided.  One of the most convenient workplace safety practices Read More

  • The Importance of First Aid

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    Unpleasant though it may be, the fact remains that accidents happen. Even experiencing it as a bystander, an accident is not a pleasant scene. If an accident happens in the workplace, you cannot be a helpless witness, since simply standing by can potentially worsen the situation. This is why it’s important to have at least a basic knowledge of first aid. At Read More

  • Celebrate National Safety Month this June!

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    June is here and with it comes the start of National Safety Month! This year the theme is “Safety Starts with Me.” According to the official website, National Safety Month seeks to empower every employee, challenge them to take ownership and improve safety in their workplace. Each week during this month has been assigned a theme by the National Safety Council (NSC) which covers Read More

  • Lean Manufacturing - An Overview Part Two

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    In part one, we defined what Lean Manufacturing is and gave a brief history. Now, let’s try to break down its basic principles as well as discuss some tools useful for getting you started with lean. Getting down to the basics While there are many concepts and strategies that can contribute to a “lean” operation, there are 5 basic Read More

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