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The Classifications of Forklifts

Forklift Classifications

2 min read Deciding your warehouse or manufacturing facility needs to purchase a new forklift is only the first step. OSHA has identified and classified seven different types of powered industrial vehicles giving you a number of options to choose from depending on your organizations needs and applications. The recognized seven classifications are as follows: So, what does … Read more

Floor Marking Guidelines

Floor Markings, Storage, Stacking

2 min read Utilized in every kind of professional facility, from small schools and gymnasiums to large, full-scale manufacturing and chemical processing plants, strategically employed floor marking makes open space easier for workers and visitors to understand. Because it relays important information at the location and time it’s needed, floor marking creates a safer, more efficient facility. In … Read more

Why We Rule – A Guide to Creating Rule Compliance In The Workplace

4 min read A Great Discussion On Compliance In The Workplace and Why We Violate Rules Rules. They’re everywhere. In the workplace, especially, they can also be critical to the safety of workers and guests/customers alike. Even so, rules are broken every single day, sometimes with dire consequences, and many times without. Why do we break the rules? … Read more

Bumper Stickers & More: An Introduction to Thermal Printing

4 min read How to Create Bumper Stickers for Your Sticker campaigns For everything from political campaigns to social causes and beyond, cars adorned with bumper stickers are a regular sight across the country. Regular stickers, even more common, are a staple of our world from a young age, and an easily recognizable object for even children. Have … Read more

Vinyl Chart Tape – Ways To Improve Your Workplace

vinyl chart tape

4 min read Wouldn’t it be nice if there was some cheap material that could simultaneously improve your board rooms, worker organization, and other meeting tools and spaces? Gee, sure sounds nice. Lucky for you, it also exists. It’s called vinyl chart tape , and it’s backless (meaning no paper backing), easy to use, and can be purchased … Read more

Strain, Sprain, and Ergonomics in Construction

4 min read Overexertion injuries are incredibly common in the construction industry, with thousands of hours of work lost each year as a result. In fact, these types of injuries, also called musculoskeletal disorders or MSD’s, account for a higher average number of days away from work per occurrence than all other non-fatal injuries on the job, according … Read more

Five Ways to Keep Workers Safe From Electrocution on the Job

4 min read Electricity continues to be one of the top causes of death among construction workers every single year, and claims lives in a number of other industries as well. The human body, being water-based, is an extremely good conductor of electricity, and even relatively low amounts of electricity can still cause serious injury to us. Short … Read more

How to Use Industrial Hygiene to Improve Worker Health & Safety

4 min read Much like everyday hygiene, industrial hygiene is a term associated with health and habits that help to keep you from getting sick and injured. In an industrial setting, hygiene also is used as a blanket safety term for a number of other workplace hazards that can be addressed via not only traditional personal hygiene, but … Read more