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Sizzling Tips for Summer Heat Safety

Intense summer heat can be dangerous and even deadly. The Center for Disease Control (CDC) found that 7,233 heat-related deaths occurred in the United States from 1999 to 2009. However heat related health issues are easily preventable with the right tools and knowhow. Here are three recommended ways to stay safe during the sizzling summer months. Stay cool. There are many ways to stay cool during summer. When your outside on

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Six Safety Items To Have In Your Trunk

It’s the last week of National Safety Month, so it’s the perfect time to remind everyone about safety preparation. At Viewbrite we always recommend preparing for the unexpected. Here are a few safety essentials to add to your vehicle in case of an emergency. First aid kits are always a necessity, but especially in labor intensive industries. Our emergency preparedness kit contains all the basic items you might need such as

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Tornado Awareness Month – Preparation Tips for Staying Safe

Although tornados occur throughout the year, they are most common between the months of March and September. April has officially been named Tornado Awareness Month to remind communities of the various dangers tornados bring. Knowing what to do and where to go in the event of a tornado may save your life. Here are our top five tips for staying safe during tornado season. Locate local shelters and know your tornado risk.

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Spring Safety Tips For Law Enforcement

As temperatures rise, so do crime rates. Violence, especially street crimes like muggings, break-ins and assaults occur most often in the spring and summer when people are spending more of their time outdoors. Law enforcement personnel protect our communities throughout the spring and summer at the mercy of the elements. Here are some helpful ways law enforcement workers can prepare and protect themselves in the coming months: Get in shape. It is

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Spring Safety – Waste Management

A waste substance is defined by the Federal and State regulations as substances that pose a threat to human health or the environment if not properly managed. Waste management workers receive monthly training on a variety of OSHA related topics but it doesn’t hurt to review safety. Keeping safety top of mind is crucial in an industry like waste management because hazard and injury are a consistent threat. Injury and illness

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Safety Tips – Landscape Professionals

Manual labor can pose risk to workers, especially if out in the elements and not properly equipped. Professionals in the landscaping and horticulture realm need to take certain cautions when working with hazardous materials in the field. Landscaping and horticulture encompass a variety of services including architecture, design, irrigation systems, planting, and overall construction. Some of these services involve hazardous materials, and heavy machinery. Some of the important places to protect

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5 Things To Know When Buying Safety Vests

Employers are required to provide a safe working environment for each employee while meeting the U.S. standards set by ANSI. In addition, is your company up to speed when it comes to safety equipment and clothing? Making changes to reduce hazard and injury can be easily accomplished by switching to a safer chemical, using proper protection, and quality gear. Safety vests play an important role in keeping workers safe. Vests help

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Take Care of Your Hard Hats – Maintenance Tips

Shielding your head is crucial for workers at all times. Hard hats should always be worn at job sites and other hazardous work sites in order to keep employees safe and employers protected. Enforcing safety precaution is necessary, but what’s most important is safety gear maintenance. If you notice hard hats are cracked, getting old or over worn they won’t perform properly in the event of an emergency. Learn the

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Inventory Check – Safety Clothing Standards

It’s officially February and now that the holidays are behind us it’s the perfect time to evaluate your company safety products. Whether you use vests, hard hats, or protective eyewear at your business it’s important to get your gear up to date and make sure you are meeting the latest ANSI standards. There are different types of safety standards in the U.S. Two you should know about are Occupational Safety and

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Highway Safety Gear – Are Your Employees Protected?

According to the 2010 C&P Report, in 2008, 80.5% of highway capital expenditures were allocated to system rehabilitation and expansion of existing roads. For system rehabilitation, this expenditure is about $40.4 billion. Highway workers are exposed to all types of danger both in and out of their work zone. Barricade, flagging, and traffic cones protect highway workers from oncoming traffic but there are other hazards to beware of including heavy

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