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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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Job Site Safety Tips

Labor workers are susceptible to a number of life threatening injuries every day. Falling objects, heavy machinery, and hazardous materials are just a few construction site dangers. Job site injuries are serious and can be lethal. It is important to arm yourself and your employees with the right gear. Proper protective gear should be provided and required for all employees including protective eyewear, hard hats, and steel toed boots. Protective eyewear

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Winter Weather Safety

Staying warm dry and safe is essential when working in the elements. Working during winter is the most challenging time of year to be outside. The risk of injury increases dramatically if you’re not protecting yourself. Here are some quick tips that will keep you safe during the chilly season. Extremities like fingers and toes can go numb quickly if not protected in winter weather. Opt for durable high visibility work

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Safety Cones – Our Secret Superheroes

Most people rarely think about safety cones in their daily life. It’s easy to disregard the important benefits they provide us on a regular basis. However, these simple plastic cones protect us from common dangers every day.  For instance, they save even the most skillful drivers from running over hazardous potholes. They are useful in blocking off construction sites and creating safety zones when we need them. Here are 4

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Don’t Get Caught In The Snow – Storm Safety Tips

Even if you have never experienced a blizzard or bad snow storm, it is important to know what to do in the event of a stormy situation. Blizzards can be deadly if you’re not properly prepared.  With snow fall and dipping temperatures already in full swing this year, now is the time to get ready. No matter where you are when a storm hits it’s important to prepare for any

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5 Reasons you Need Hard Hats

Construction job sites are full of danger. There are sharp and heavy objects, tools, machinery, and instances of working from high places. Contractors should demand their employees protect themselves on the job site to prevent injury. Do you know the real benefits of wearing a hard hat? Use these tips below to better illustrate the benefits and general safety reasons to your employees about using hard hats. Hard Hat Benefits: 1. Hard hats protect

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Weather the storm – Prepare with the Right Gear

In times of crisis, one thing Americans always do is pull together and support each other. Hurricane Sandy has been a devastating time for those on the East Coast and many of our first responders are still assisting with the recovery. With winter and snow fall upon us, many are still without heat, electricity, and running water. OSHA New York regional administrator Robert Kulick said in a press release. “OSHA

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Fire Prevention Month

Did you practice fire safety this month? October was Fire Prevention Month, and October 9th kicked off Fire Prevention Week in remembrance of The Great Chicago Fire. This tragic Fire killed more than 250 people, left 100,000 homeless, destroyed more than 17,400 structures and burned more than 2,000 acres. The fire began on October 8, but continued on doing most of its damage on October 9, 1871. Fire Prevention Month provides

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