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TOPIC: Osha

The Key to Accurate Gas Detection

Last week I focused on Confined Spaces. This week I’d like to address Gas Detection, which
is especially important in Confined Spaces.

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Making Light of Hand Protection

George Costanza knew the importance of hand safety. In one of my favorite Seinfeld episodes, George becomes a hand model and becomes overly protective of his hands. In typical George fashion, he manages to sustain a hand injury and ruins his modeling opportunity. For a laugh, check out this clip: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PZxX3-rJoNI.

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Are Your Workers Prepared for First Aid Emergencies?

In an emergency, every second can be critical. Having trained employees who know immediately what to do can save lives.

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Focus on Fall Protection

It’s not surprising that the most frequently sited workplace safety violation by Occupational Health & Safety Administration (OSHA) is Fall Protection. Each year over 100,000 injuries and deaths are attributable to work-related falls.

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Avoid Costly Foot Injuries

Foot injuries... stink. Foot injuries can floor a productive worker or team… and add tremendous cost to your bottom line. It astounds me that many organizations still don't realize there is great value in protecting the feet of their workers.  

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Helping Workers through Respiratory Protection

We've seen the impact of respiratory illness and how it can be devastating to workers, their families and employers who did not properly protect their workers. 

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Prevent Forklift Related Injuries

Powered industrial trucks, commonly called forklifts, are one of the most obvious dangers in the workplace, carrying a great deal of responsibility for those who operate this heavy machinery. Very recently, there was a building collapse caused by misuse of equipment right here in Philadelphia. With the proper training and certifications, we hope to decrease incidents like this and ensure that every worker makes it home safely every single day.

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Are your Workers at Respiratory Risk?

An average human being can survive up to 8 weeks without food, 3-5 days without water, but only 5-10 minutes without air. This constant need makes it especially important to protect your workers’ respiratory health. In addition to possible suffocation, breathing hazards may cause cancer, lung impairment, diseases, or death.

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As Temps Drop, Cardiac Arrests Can Rise

Winters can be a challenge for many of us from a health and safety standpoint. And it seems like every year we lose more people to cardiac arrest in the winter performing strenuous activity – like shoveling.

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If the Safety Glove Fits…

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