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July 2013 Blog Posts (10)

Easy Safety School now offers a full suite of OSHA compliance products

We at Easy Safety School are proud to announce our new OSHA Compliance Product Store. You can now satisfy all of your OSHA compliance posting mandates with our Federal and State Labor Law Posters. Our Poster Update Service keeps you…

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Added by Henry Wilter on July 29, 2013 at 5:15pm — No Comments

InfoGraphic - Floor Tape vs. Floor Paint

Added by Tony Ferraro on July 28, 2013 at 3:30pm — No Comments

Aisle Marking Signs

When managing a warehouse facility it is essential to keep everything well organized and safe throughout the building. One way to do this is by using aisle marking signs. These signs can be used to alert people to what types of things are stored in a particular area of a warehouse. They can also be used to notify people if there are particular hazards or people working in that aisle.  …

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Added by Tony Ferraro on July 28, 2013 at 3:29pm — No Comments

Floor Tape Corners

When working in a warehouse, factory or other type of facility there is always a lot going on. People are walking through the facility to get to their work stations, vehicles are transporting parts or products to different areas, and there are many types of moving machinery. This can be a recipe for disaster if there aren’t clear safety standards in place to ensure everyone knows what they are doing and where they should be at any given time. One of the most hazardous areas of a facility is…

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Added by Tony Ferraro on July 28, 2013 at 3:19pm — 1 Comment

BBS

 

Hi,

How effective is your BBS? What ultimate approach might be used to improve safety culture? What are you targeting when developing a safety program?

Are all questions in my…

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Added by kalid on July 23, 2013 at 11:16am — No Comments

Earn Columbia Southern University credits with Easy Safety School's Online HAZWOPER 40-Hour Course

NEW! Beginning July 1, 2013, our HAZWOPER 40-hour Course earns college credit in degree programs at Columbia Southern University. Students who successfully complete the…

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Added by Henry Wilter on July 18, 2013 at 2:55pm — No Comments

One skill every Safety Professional needs to know to be successful; Facilitation.

 

 

At one point in their careers nearly every health, safety and environmental (HSE) professional is asked to facilitate at a major corporate event, especially when it comes to continual improvement teams, or strategic change management functions.  Now quite often people fail to…

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Added by Wayne Harris on July 7, 2013 at 9:11pm — No Comments

The right tools make rooftop work safer

Whether you’re a professional roofer or a handy homeowner, rooftop repairs are not without risk. Faulty ladders, unstable ladder support and inadequate fall protection all contribute to accidents. So the next time you need to replace a shingle or clean your gutters, take note of the following advice.

Pick the right tool for the job

Falls are the leading cause of death in the construction industry, so…

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Added by Maree Kyle on July 6, 2013 at 12:59pm — 1 Comment

How to Become a Safety Consultant

Safety consultants are generally an asset to businesses that require assistance with safety programs, that have need of reduced insurance costs or perhaps that are looking for to make certain they give the safest environment feasible for both employees and clients. The area of safety consulting is convenient…

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Added by Charles Hunt on July 4, 2013 at 3:13am — No Comments

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[General Industry] What is your workplace's policy on headphones? Working on one currently.

I have been tasked to create a headphones (and cell phone) policy for my employer. I am relatively new to this company, but so far they've let everyone listen to headphones and mess around with their phones at any time, anywhere. Even the PIT drivers. It's insane. My initial reaction is to say NO HEADPHONES WHATSOEVER, but my ops manager is concerned it will drastically reduce morale. I suggested that each department should have their own radio and they can play music for everyone to hear, at a…See More
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FDA Commissioner, Scott Gottlieb, has announced a major overhaul of the FDA’s update to the Nutrition Facts label on products. This overhaul, the first in nearly twenty years, is aimed at empowering consumers by furnishing information on Nutrition Facts labels pure maple syrup and honey that ensures greater accuracy and is more science-based. With this, the FDA wants to help consumers make more informed and healthier choices.This update to the Nutrition Facts label has incorporated the latest…See More
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I have been tasked to create a headphones (and cell phone) policy for my employer. I am relatively new to this company, but so far they've let everyone listen to headphones and mess around with their…Continue

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****WARNING**** Despite the fact that this is a life event portrayed by actors, it's graphic. This video should be part of…Continue

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Safety update: OSHA announces fit-test procedures 1 Reply

Fabricators as well as other workers may be required to use respirators to protect themselves from inhaling fumes, particles, or dust when performing cutting, grinding, welding, coating, or painting,…Continue

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