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How to Start a Health and Safety Management System

5 min read Your facility probably has many written safety procedures—hazard communication or emergency response, for example—but do you have a comprehensive health and safety management system (HSMS)? OSHA mandates many kinds of safety plans, but there is no federal mandate regarding a health and safety system that covers all other safety plans (though some states do require … Read more

Safety Signs – 7 Reasons Your Facility Might Need an Update

safety signs, visual workplace

5 min read Proper safety signage in the workplace can be the difference between an employee being safe while performing a task or getting injured. It’s true that safety training also helps prevent workplace accidents, but strategically placed safety signs are daily, on-the-job reminders that will reinforce proper behavior. Consequently, it’s important employers and safety managers do their … Read more

Floor Tape Helps Boost Safety In Auto Shop

SafetyTac Floor Tape

3 min read Safety is always a concern when working with dangerous equipment and machinery, especially when it involves students in a training program. The auto repair shop at Portland Community College, located just south of Portland, Oregon, is not only a fully functioning auto repair shop, but also a training facility for students to earn a degree … Read more

Avoid Water Contamination From Poor Facility Plumbing Infrastructures

Water Tank valve with Pipe lines

4 min read Most of us remember the saying “A stitch in time saves nine”. This saying came to us from a time in life when people had to resort to repairing their own clothes due to the high cost of replacement, should a small rip turn into a larger one, due to ignoring the problem too long. … Read more