Security

  • Meet the Latest Safety Padlock from Master Lock®

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    Implementing your lockout procedures shouldn’t be dangerous! This is why Seton has recently launched dielectric thermoplastic safety padlocks from industry leader Master Lock®! As with all Master Lock® padlocks, this new safety product carries the same high standards for padlock design, application and performance that customers have trusted since 1921. But the good news is  Read More

  • A Guide to Seals and Seal Regulations

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    Due to continuing incidents relating to terrorism, drug smuggling and other illegal activities, trade security issues have increased in relevance and urgency. To combat this, the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) and other organizations have enacted several initiatives designed to uphold trade and border security. These initiatives are part of a multifaceted effort to establish reliable and safe trading procedures. One such security measure is the use Read More

  • Don’t Be Caught Off Guard: Develop an Evacuation Plan for Your Workers and Your Facility

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    Will your workers know what to automatically do if there is an emergency? If they don’t, it’s crucial that you get them all on the same page with the development of an emergency action plan (EAP).  An EAP ensures employers and employees know how to respond during an emergency. The basic framework for an EAP, according to the Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA), must include: Means of reporting 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

  • Padlocks: That Simple Little Thingamajig that Protects Lives and Assets

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    If you’re reading this, then it might be safe to assume that you’ve used a padlock at some point in your life. Like a lot of things we see or use everyday, we do tend to take these things for granted. That is understandable, since these nifty devices have been around since the late Eastern Han Dynasty (25 CE -220 CE), making them seem commonplace and negligible. You’ll Read More

  • Security Signs: Keeping Trespassers and Solicitors Out

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    Property Security Signs Are you often bothered by unwanted visitors and pesky solicitors? If you don’t want to deal with stubborn salesmen or guests loitering in and around your property, posting a security sign is an easy, yet efficient solution. Security signs are effective in keeping people away from your property – whether it be in your house Read More

  • How Temporary Badges Help Create a More Secure Facility

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    Improve facility security by using temporary badges In 2009, two party crashers were able to enter the White House and join a state dinner that was hosted by no less than the President. People may be shaking their heads at the audacity of such an occurrence, however, the mere idea that it happened, begs the question of security and safety. If uninvited guests are able to enter Read More

  • Changes in ISO Compliance for Seals

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    ISO/PAS 17712 establishes uniform procedures for the classification, acceptance, and withdrawal of acceptance of mechanical freight container seals. It provides a single source of information on mechanical seals which are acceptable for securing freight containers in international commerce.  It addresses all types of security seals usable on maritime containers. Since many other industries use the same seals, members of those industries also may choose to adopt ISO 17712. Read More

  • Just add it to the list…

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    Another state has adopted the no texting while driving rule. On July 1, 2010 the Georgia State Patrol began ticketing people caught texting while driving; even people stopped at a light or waiting in a turn lane. The average fine in Georgia will run you $150, but many states are getting stricter. Several states who have already had a no texting law in place for some time are Read More

  • Bar Codes - You’ve come a long way baby!

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    A slogan once used to promote Virginia Slim cigarettes; it can also be used to describe the history of the modern day bar code. This coming Saturday, June 26, marks the anniversary of the first bar code used in a checkout line in 1974. A pack of Wrigley’s gum was swiped across the first checkout scanner at a supermarket in Troy, OH. What started as a mere idea Read More

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