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Avoid Suspended Projects with 6 Scaffolding Safety Tips

Regardless of your industry, it’s vital to use scaffolding safety tips anytime someone is working on a raised scaffold. Failure to do so could result in serious injuries or fatalities. According to OSHA, in 2007 88 people suffered fatalities in scaffolding accidents; 72% of those accidents were the result of: Planking or other support structures […]

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Turning up the Heat on Propane Storage and Propane Safety Tips

In order to keep your workers warm, productive, and on track especially during frigid winter months, it’s imperative to have proper propane storage and safety practices woven throughout your organization’s safety policies.On any given job site, you can find propane tanks and cylinders being used in a variety of ways. In addition to providing warmth […]

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Avoid Suspended Projects with 6 Scaffolding Safety Tips

Regardless of your industry, it’s vital to use scaffolding safety tips anytime someone is working on a raised scaffold. Failure to do so could result in serious injuries or fatalities. According to OSHA, in 2007 88 people suffered fatalities in scaffolding accidents; 72% of those accidents were the result of: Planking or other support structures […]

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Don’t Stress Over Employee Stress — Manage It!

Are you aware of the effects employee stress is having on your productivity and bottom line? Hailed as “the health epidemic of the 21st century” by the World Health Organization, organizational stress trickles down from business owners to managers and down to the employees.If employee stress isn’t addressed, it can hamper productivity while causing an […]

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Playing It Safe with Permissible Exposure Limits

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has determined permissible exposure limits or PELs on the amount or concentration of a substance in the air. This legislation was originally created in the 1970s and hasn’t been significantly updated since then.PELs set a ceiling of exposure for employees that cannot be exceeded within a standard eight-hour work […]

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Plan to Succeed with Business Interruption Planning

Business interruption planning and business continuity planning are just as important as marketing and business plans. Unlike marketing and business plans, however, business interruption planning and business continuity planning provide a step-by-step guide on how your business will commence following disasters and severe interruptions.According to the U.S. Small Business Administration, a staggering 25% of business […]

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Seeing the Importance of Eye Protection Safety

Is your vision blurred or do you see the importance of eye protection safety? According to the national institute for Occupational Safety and Health, a staggering 2,000 workers in the United States sustain job-related eye injuries that require medical attention every day.Even so, eye doctors and safety experts strongly believe organizations should be able prevent […]

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