Workplace Safety

  • Safety Slogans: A Reminder A Day Keeps Hazards Away

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    Safety slogans for the workplace are posted to serve as reminders of the importance of safe work practices and the dangers that exist when these safety rules are not followed. Whether there is a severe weather condition, harmful threat, a fire or power outage, everyone in your facility will be reminded what to do. Workplace slogans for safety are usually short and catchy to communicate a message people Read More

  • Noise Hazards in the Workplace: How to Quiet the Risk

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    Is your workplace harming the hearing of your workers? According to the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), four million workers spend each workday in “damaging noise” and that 22 million are exposed to that damaging noise every year. NIOSH suggests that workers are not exposed to noise levels greater than 85 decibels (dBa) for eight hours. To prevent exposing workers to dangerous noise Read More

  • Shift Work: Keep Workers Safe Whenever They’re on the Job

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  • Giant Custom Signs for Giant Recognition

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    It's a somewhat universally acknowledged truth that establishments need to be seen in order for a customer to find them. Businesses still require proper signage to create a brand with which people can identify. In some case, even standardized signs are not sufficient enough. A Customized Fit A well-crafted signage appeals to the attention of the general public. Whether the signage is to be a billboard, awning, or marquee, it Read More

  • Safety News You Can Use

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    OHSA hands out penalties to many companies for a variety of different safety violations. Learn how they put their workers at risk, as well as other safety news. A manufacturing company and staffing company were cited by OSHA (Occupational Safety & Health Administration) for 13 safety and health violations, with proposed penalties of $49,000. An OSHA inspection revealed that workers were exposed to dangerous, unguarded machinery, as well as Read More

  • Young Worker Safety: Tips to Prevent Injuries and Accidents

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    Two young workers suffocated in a grain silo. A young worker was killed after being caught in a mortar mixer. A young pool manager was electrocuted. These are all real-life examples of young worker accidents OSHA (Occupational Health & Safety Administration) features on its website about young worker safety. According to OSHA, 361 young workers were killed in 2012. You may currently have young workers on your payroll, Read More

  • Violence at Work: How Secure Is Your Company?

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    It is a threat that exists in large businesses and small, in every type of industry and in every area of the country. Workplace violence is one of today’s most-pressing safety concerns — and the statistics are staggering: • Each week, an average of 20 workers are murdered and 18,000 are assaulted at work. • Workplace violence is the No. 1 cause of death for women on the Read More

  • Forklift Safety: Proper Training Can Save Lives

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    Proper training can be a lifesaver. That’s certainly true when it comes to forklift operation training. According to OSHA (Occupational Safety & Health Administration), forklift accidents cause approximately 85 fatalities and 34,900 serious injuries annually. OSHA estimates that about 20 to 25 percent of those are caused in part by inadequate training. OSHA states that forklift operators must be trained and certified by their companies, which are required Read More

  • Product Spotlight: Hard Hats

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    Hard hats and other head protection are the best defense against head injuries on the job. OSHA (Occupational Safety & Health Administration) notes that protective helmets or hard hats should: Resist penetration by objects Absorb the shock of a blow Be water-resistant and slow burning Have clear instructions explaining proper adjustment and replacement of the suspension and headband But hard hats do not provide adequate protection if they don’t fit. There should be Read More

  • Workplace Safety Awareness: Get The Word Out with Slogans, Signs, and Labels

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    For any problem, you need to find the cause before you can arrive at an ideal solution. Only then can you figure out the best way to tackle the issue at hand. The same goes for addressing safety hazards in your workplace, which doesn’t have to be a daunting task. There are guidelines to help you determine the Read More

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