is a must for busy professionals these days. Who can forget those crazy college days. Sleeping late, a class here and a class there, cram the night before an exam and then crash after the test for a long afternoon nap. Those days were a blast. But try doing that with a full time job and payments coming out of your ears (probably still some from college.) That is where online computer training can come to your rescue. Sure, some jobs will pay… Continue
Added by Safety Training International on January 23, 2009 at 7:30am —
Giving Preparedness is the result of over twenty years of emergency management experience. Working with the American Red Cross and then as a consultant to the Federal Emergency Management Agency and with state and local governments has given me an understanding of what capabilities governments have to assist their citizens before, during and after a disaster. Watching the media coverage of Hurricane Katrina left me with a tremendous desire to help individual citizens prepare for disasters. That… Continue
Added by GivingPreparedness on January 22, 2009 at 11:21am —
The U.S. Department of Labor's Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that in 2006 the average U.S. male slept 8.48 hours in a 24-hour period. The average U.S. female slept 8.65 hours. While both averages surpass the recommended eight hours for adults, recent studies indicate that the vast majority of people are sleeping far less than these averages and not getting enough sleep to maintain optimal health and peak productivity.
The National Sleep Foundation's 2007 Sleep in America Poll… Continue
Added by Safety Training International on January 21, 2009 at 7:15pm —
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Added by Mario on January 20, 2009 at 5:31pm —
DJ Products, Inc. of Minneapolis has introduced a
new motorized retrofit cart kit
that can be adapted and mounted to almost any cart, including heavy lumber, window, door, waste hoppers, bar stock, or extrusion carts in manufacturing and distribution environments. The kit is designed to enhance and improve the sizable investment that companies have made in purchasing their current carts while eliminating the possible injury from manually pushing… Continue
Added by Amanda on January 20, 2009 at 4:35pm —
I am interested in learning more about dropped object surveys. Is there anyone that has performed them and can you direct me to resources? The UK seems to be leading this, but resources are limited.
Added by Diane Krock on January 20, 2009 at 8:19am —
How do I compute my company's incident rate for reporting purposes?
Added by Robert A. Renzi on January 19, 2009 at 2:36pm —
Due to a downturn in the oil industry, I may be needed a new job in the near future and am hoping that members of the safety community can assist me. I am a CSP who holds double masters degrees and has about 20 years of industrial experience, well versed in industrial hygiene, process hazard analysis, and International experience.
Willing to work in most global locations.
Diane Krock firstname.lastname@example.org (01) 713-299-9556
Added by Diane Krock on January 19, 2009 at 8:32am —
I have added a safety word search game to my site. It could be a great icebreaker for safety meetings . Designed to help people think about safety. Regards . Gary
Added by Gary Patnaude on January 14, 2009 at 5:00pm —
Looking for an CSP to go to work in PA.
Added by patrick perkins on January 14, 2009 at 4:25pm —
If you are interested in starting a safety incentive program or would like to know more about safety incentive programs, please let me know.
Added by Brian Galonek on January 12, 2009 at 11:36am —
In Safetyguy 08's blog entry titled, "Obama and Safety in the Workplace," Safetyguy 08 writes, "Many point to the fact that Obama's supporters and financial contributors included union leaders and other safety stakeholders, including the American Society of Safety Engineers." This is a completely untrue statement with regard to ASSE. ASSE is not a political organization, does not support any candidates for any public office, and does not give any money or any other support to any candidates.… Continue
Added by David L. Heidorn on January 8, 2009 at 10:34am —
Dose anyone know of an accredited safety course avaliable online
Added by Benny Hourruitiner on January 6, 2009 at 8:29pm —
Any good business knows how to make money. But any good employer knows the important role employees play in their business. They perfectly understand that one of their top priorities is keeping their workplace safe for their employees. After all, there’s nothing like taking a huge blow when one or more of their employees get literally hurt.
Whether your business is a… Continue
Added by Safety Training International on January 6, 2009 at 7:10am —
Integration of ergonomic practices and equipment into manufacturing and business operations improves productivity, waste reduction, quality control and safety.
At DJ Products, our goal is to eliminate the discomfort and stress that is caused on workers.
Our experienced staff can assist you in designing ergonomic solutions to that will benefit your workers and increase productivity.
Added by Amanda on January 5, 2009 at 12:22pm —
DJ Products is well situated to help you meet the material handling challenges of tomorrow. We manufacture
an ergonomically-designed material handling powered cart and tug
designed to maximize work effort and safety. Our energy-efficient electric and battery-powered cart and tug are less costly, smaller and more maneuverable than the traditional equipment used to move carts and equipment such as forklifts which kill 100 U.S.… Continue
Added by Amanda on January 5, 2009 at 12:20pm —
The task was to design a robotic work cell to fabricate car doors. It was a difficult problem. The jig assembly that would hold the doors weighed nearly 5,000 pounds. The entire assembly would have to be pushed into the robotic work cell. The tier 1 robotics integrator for a major auto manufacturer turned to DJ Products for the solution. DJ Products’ CartCaddy5WP
was the answer. This powerful battery-powered tug allows a single operator to… Continue
Added by Amanda on January 5, 2009 at 12:17pm —
Injury occurs when the physical demands of a task exceed the physiological capabilities of a worker. In a hospital, pushing or pulling a rack of dinner trays, a portable x-ray machine or a patient bed may present minimal risk for a healthy, 25-year-old, 5′ 10″, 160-pound male. However, the same task can cause serious injury in a 50-year-old, 5′ 3″, 135-pound female.
The CartCaddyLite Puller… Continue
Added by Amanda on January 5, 2009 at 12:12pm —
The DJ Products TrailerCaddy trailer mover is a powered mover designed to push or pull trailers
that require lifting on one end before maneuvering. Designed to move equipment short distances, the TrailerCaddy makes it possible for any employee to move an equipment trailer, RV, camper or boat across a show room floor, from one point to another in the plant, into position at a trade show or to a new… Continue
Added by Amanda on January 5, 2009 at 12:10pm —
DJ Products produces several vehicle pushers to meet a variety of material handling needs: TrailerCaddy. The
heavy-duty electric TrailerCaddy can be used to push and pull equipment trailers, RVs, campers and boats.
It’s designed to move vehicles that must be lifted at one end before maneuvering that are usually pulled down the highway by a car or truck. The Trailer Caddy is the ideal solution for… Continue
Added by Amanda on January 5, 2009 at 12:06pm —