Safety

02Aug 2016

Drink Water, Keep Moving. The importance of hydration can not be overstated. Water makes up a full 60% of the human body, and without it, we can not function properly.  Water keeps us at optimal performance levels by regulating our core body temperature, carrying key nutrients to vital organs, and flushing internal toxins through sweat. We

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01Mar 2016

Compressed Air Safety Tips All types of manufacturing processes use compressed air. In fact, almost every process and machine found in an industrial environment use some form of pressurized air or gas. Due to the fact that it is so commonplace, people fail to recognize it as the potential hazard that it is. As little

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14Jan 2016

Stay Safe, Avoid CO Carbon Monoxide is often called this because even though it is odorless, colorless and tasteless it is still quite poisonous and very deadly. Hundreds of people die accidentally each year from carbon monoxide poisoning as a result of poor building ventilation and improperly using fuel-burning appliances. As the weather gets colder,

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21Sep 2015

Keep Your Attitude in Check “The Five Hazardous Attitudes” are the source of most on-the-job incidents. These attitudes, Anti-Authority, Impulsivity, Invulnerability, Macho, & Resignation, often lead to poor judgment and risk assessment. Properly evaluating the situation, including its risks, is vital to ensuring a safe work environment. These attitudes often pop up in everyday life, aviation,

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08Sep 2015

Get in the Loop In recent weeks we’ve learned to identify hazards, keep hazardous attitudes in check, and evaluate risks. Now we’re going to look at how we can standardize the decision-making process in potentially hazardous situations to get consistent outcomes. One of the fastest and most efficient ways to do this is by using the

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