• Watch Your Back: Safety Tips for Stocking Shelves

    According to a 2011 report by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), workers in warehousing and retail industries incurred the highest rates of musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs), as well as employees in wholesale trade and construction, healthcare and transportation. Of all the reported employee injuries and illnesses, the 387,820 instances of MSDs make up 33% of those workplace issues. <.. Read More
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  • Back To School, Back to Cleaning

    Now that another school year has begun, educational institutions across the United States are faced with another set of responsibilities. One of these concerns is the cleanliness of the school. As the health and safety of both students and staff is greatly dependent on the sanitation and maintenance of the school, this should be one of the top priorities of administrators and managers. Unfortunately, the start of the school year often presents several challenges that may relegate cleaning and facility upkeep to just side projects. Enacting school curricula alone can take up enough of the time of both staff and personnel to keep them busy well into the holidays. To help ensure that school personnel are able to keep up with the demands of school sanitation, Seton offers the following.. Read More
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  • Giant Custom Signs for Giant Recognition

    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 has a limited window in which to call the attention of potential customers. As such, signages should be designed to identify the establishment in a unique and interesting way. This is where generic signs often come up short. While templates may have generic appeal, they do not offer much by way of range of styles and design. Lack.. Read More
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  • A Guide to Seals and Seal Regulations

    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 of .. Read More
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  • SetonGuard®, DuraGuard® & QuickGuard™: Options for Effective Asset Management

    Tracking a facility’s assets is a crucial aspect of an organization’s inventory management. Since this involves a large quantity of items, proper asset tracking requires an effective system that enables personnel to collect and record information easily and effectively. Asset identification products are a key component of any organization's tracking system. Seton offers a variety of different asset identification options. QuickGuard™. Manufactured using anodized aluminum foil, QuickGuard™ asset identification products are a simple and convenient solution for identifying assets such.. Read More
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  • Tips on Flag Etiquette for National Flag Week

    National Flag Week, which leads up to National Flag Day, is a celebration dedicated to honoring our flag. During this time, Americans everywhere are encouraged to display the flag - our country's symbol of national identity and freedom. Through this observance, the brave deeds of the men and women who have helped shape the U.S can be given a place of due honor. Of course, it is particularly importa.. Read More
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  • Warehouse Safety Principles: Keeping Workers Safe

    At any time, warehouse and lift truck operations  can lead to accidents that result in costly damages and life-threatening injuries. To prevent these incidents from happening, safety standards are enacted by the United States’ Department of Labor though OSHA (Occupational Safety & Health Administration.) In spite of this, however, thousands of injuries still occur each year in U.S. warehouses. What makes matters worse, many of these injurie.. Read More
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  • Landscaping Safety: Tips for Mowing and Tree-Trimming

    Workplace accidents present serious consequences not only to affected workers, but also to their co-workers, the company, and their families. This holds true for all employees , and landscape workers are no exception. Some of the most serious and debilitating injuries in landscaping occur when personnel use mechanical equipment lacking adequate safeguards. Injuries also result when workers fail to follow the appropriate safety protocols. As such, landscape worker safety is an import.. Read More
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  • Earth Day and Responding to Environmental and Economic Needs

    Efficiency and fast response time are necessary Trash bags for industrial usebusiness strategies in the current pace of today's society. These strategies, however, usually require large amounts of resources while producing substantial amounts of waste: a trend which cannot be sustained for long if no conservation efforts are made. As Earth Day approach.. Read More

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  • National Work Zone Awareness Week: Stop Speeding Incidents

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    April of each year is National Work Zone Awareness Week or NWZAW. This event is held with the goal of raising awareness about the dangers present in work zones. The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) has worked since 1999 with the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) and the American Tra.. Read More
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