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5 Ways You Can Prevent Accidents

3 min read Some will flat out tell you that workplace accidents are inevitable and that they just happen. While this is true to an extent, there are definitely things you can do to limit and hopefully prevent workplace accidents from happening. The National Safety Council defines an accident as an “undesired event …

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NFPA 70E Changes Update

3 min read Last year, the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) released the 2012 edition of NFPA 70E: Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace® which was full of revisions and updates from previous versions. Unfortunately, several organizations are still struggling with the NFPA 70E revisions. Now that the federal Occupational Safety and Health …

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Workplace Safety is no Joke

Workplace safety is no joke

3 min read Whether you’re oblivious to it or not, there’s no doubt about the importance of workplace safety. The numbers simply don’t lie, workplace safety is no joke. Every day in America, 13 people go to work and never come home. Every year in America, nearly 4 million people suffer a workplace …

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Random Safety Inspections Save Lives and Money

3 min read We’ve all had that one class in school where the possibility of a pop quiz seemed to always keep us on our toes. You studied harder, stayed awake during lectures and always showed up to that class on time. The workplace equivalent to a pop quiz would be the feared …

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Your Voice Could be the Difference

3 min read For over seven years now Creative Safety Supply (CSS) has been a leader in visual safety. Recently, a new division of CSS has sprung into action in the form of Creative Safety Publishing. The publishing division holds the same mission as the parent division, but with limitless capabilities to improve …

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Safety Motivation and Performance Indicators

< 1 min read “The Puzzle of Motivation” Often times we get caught up in an “old” way of thinking. We differ to what we’ve been taught, the way we’re used to thinking, training, and motivating each other. Unfortunately, times are changing. The ultimate battle between extrinsic vs. intrinsic motivational tactics are sliding in …

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Did you know? Fourth of July edition

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4 min read It’s that time of year again. Folks around the country are dusting off their BBQ’s, setting out their sun tea pitchers, planning backyard parties, and what ever other summer tradition that inaugurates the season most of us can’t get enough of. For most of the country, Fourth of July marks …

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National Hurricane Awareness Month

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3 min read Calm before the storm As of June first, the 2013 hurricane season is officially upon us. The long, tense season lasts until November 30th, and although it’s easy to think this year wont be your year, it might be time to rethink your hurricane preparedness plan. The National Oceanic and …

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100 Deadliest Days on the Road

3 min read Not so fun in the sun Summer is known for outdoor parties, graduations, road trips, vacations, summer jobs, and a variety of events that teens live for. It’s the season every teen driver looks forward too, plus it gives them another reason to drive, other than going to school. Unfortunately, …

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Beat the Heat

3 min read For those that work outside, the summer months are not always a reason to celebrate. Every year thousands of workers become ill from the extreme conditions they face during the summer season, some leading to fatalities. Although, our summer temperatures might seem to reach new records every year and out …

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