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Vendors Promise Quality, How Can You Know They'll Deliver Quality?

Every label printer supplier will tell you that their product is the best, and of course they'll say it is better than all of the competitors.  So how can you tell which label printer is actually the best?

Start with the warranty.  Look for the duration of the warranty. The longer the warranty, the more confidence the manufacturer has in their product.  What does the warranty cover?  Are some parts or components excluded?  The more the warranty…


Posted on December 18, 2012 at 10:30am

Only Use Pipe Markers That Come With A No Questions Asked Warranty

Having code compliant pipe markers is critical for safety and for avoiding OSHA citations. Whether you are a maintenance manager, building owner, safety supervisor or facility manager, ensuring that pipes, valves and flanges are properly marked with code compliant pipe markers is a necessity. You'll have both improved safety and increased productivity.

In general, the…


Posted on December 13, 2012 at 10:30am

Signs And Labels Help Prevent Fatal Accidents

Workplace accident prevention can be divided into two categories: those things the employer can do and those things the employees must do.

OSHA places the responsibility for employee safety squarely with the employer. It is the employer's responsibility to not only provide a safe workplace, but to also ensure their employees work and behave in a safe manner. Should someone be injured, the…


Posted on December 5, 2012 at 9:00am — 1 Comment

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At 5:59pm on December 13, 2012, Ken Oswald said…
Welcome to the safety community. I hope you find it is a wonderful network and resource full of information through our blogs, forums and groups. I am lead of the ergonomics group and invite you to join. It would be wonderful to have you part of our group. Again welcome

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Understanding Data Parallelism in MapReduce

In order to understand the goals of MapReduce, it is important to realize for which scenarios MapReduce is optimized. The MapReduce programming model is created for processing data which requires…Continue

Tags: program, Implementation, Mapreduce

Started by gracylayla on Wednesday.

Automation Anywhere. How do I pick a value from dropdown

Automation Anywhere. How do I pick a value from dropdown. I tried 'set text' from a copied variable. Its very slow, and also doesnt…Continue

Tags: anywhere, automation

Started by emmablisa Mar 9.

TensorFlow serving vs TensorFlow service

I have a question regarding the difference between TensorFlow Serving versus TensorFlow service. (Sorry that I'm not familiar with this at all.)I found TensorFlow serving's definition, which is "…Continue

Tags: training, online, tensorflow

Started by emmablisa Feb 27.

Proper maintenance for Hi Vis clothing

Can you tell me how to properly take care of Hi Vis jackets? I recently purchased a few ones from this…Continue

Started by Lily Osborn Feb 25.

Forklift Operator Requirements 1 Reply

At our company we have a lot of forklift traffic that has to share the same aisles as our pedestrians. We limit the speed of our lifts to 3 mph.  I am wanting to find out what requirements for…Continue

Started by Rick Briggs. Last reply by Tony Ferraro Feb 25.



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