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More Questions To Ask Before Selecting A Safety Partner (Part 3 of 3)

If you agree that keeping your employees safe is one of your biggest responsibilities, selecting a safety partner is going to be a close second. To assist you in selecting the right safety firm, this week we have been posting a series of questions you should ask when vetting a potential safety partner.

Previously we covered why it is important to work with a company who can provide a comprehensive safety solution, the benefits of working with a safety partner who manufacturers their own line of safety products, the ability of your safety supplier to deliver PPE when you need them and why it is essential that you select a safety firm who is more interested in helping you reduce incidents than in selling you “stuff.”


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Critical Questions To Ask Before Selecting A Safety Partner (Part 2 of 3)

As we continue our 3-part series this week on questions to ask before selecting a safety partner, let’s start with a brief review of the 2 questions covered previously.

In our initial blog on this topic we covered the merits of working with a safety partner who provides a comprehensive safety solution, from safety programs, safety training as well as Personal Protective Equipment. The take away is you want to determine if your provider can offer a one stop for solution for all of your safety needs.

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Questions To Ask Before Selecting A Safety Partner (Part 1)

This week Arbill will be posting 3 blogs on the best practices to employ when selecting a safety partner. In all, we have identified 6 critical questions you should ask (and the answers you want to hear) before committing to a safety company. We will cover two of the 6 questions in each post. However, you don’t have to wait for the end of the week to get the full set of questions. You can click here to download a white paper that includes all 6 questions.

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10 Reliable Workplace Safety Recommendations

Protecting workers is always in fashion… and when you’ve been keeping workers safe for more than 70 years, you find that there are some basics that never go out of style. The basic approaches work because they are provide a sound foundation – simple and sometimes overlooked – but effective nonetheless.

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Build a Culture of Safety in 2016!

As we start a new year with fresh goals and initiatives created to drive our organizations forward, consider making this the year of keeping workers safe and elevating a culture of safety.

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Protect Workers from Electric Arc and Flame Hazards

Electrical hazards cause more than 300 deaths and 4,000 injuries in the workplace each year. Think about that for a minute. Think of the lives affected and the cost of such injuries and loss of human life.

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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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Don’t be shocked by this…

We know that electricity is essential to our way of life. At work, some employees -- engineers, electricians, electronic technicians, and power line workers work directly with electricity. Others work with it indirectly. Perhaps because it has become such a familiar part of our daily life, we don't give much thought to how much our work depends on a reliable source of electricity. More importantly, we tend to overlook the hazards electricity poses and fail to treat it with the respect it deserves.

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If the Safety Glove Fits…

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Reconsidered Safety Posts: Eye Injuries

Welcome to this week's final installment of the Arbill blog series Reconsidered Safety Posts. Over this past week, we've looked back at a series of posts on categories of common workplace accidents: Slips, Trips And Falls and Hands And Gloves.

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