The APWA (American Public Works Association) has developed and published a uniform color-code for temporarily marking underground utility lines. It encourages all contractors, surveyors, utility providers and communication companies to use the universal color code to promote worker safety prevent service interruptions and reduce potential damage while working on or near any…Continue
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Concerned with the correct procedures to follow for your LOTO devices?
Well, now you can rest assure that Seton has the answers…Continue
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Steel bolt locks are an important line of defense against tampering and theft of valuable shipments and they are CTPAT compliant. With steel bolt locks you can safely secure truck & trailer doors, container bins, cargo shipment containers, ISO containers, high value shipments, Intermodal containers, rail cars, air cargo containers, doors, hatches, hazmat containers or anything that will have contents that will be…
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When working with or storing dangerous chemicals and liquids, a major part in effective clean-up and proper precautionary measures is making sure you have the right spill response items on hand. The most common type of spill response item are sorbents. Sorbents are materials or composites used to recover liquids such as leaks, drips or spills. The typical sorbent is designed to adsorb liquids onto its surface.
There are three types of sorbents to choose from. In order to select the…Continue
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Given the complexity of workplace safety, trainers are often looking for tools that can make safety training easier. One tool that can be very helpful is an all-in-one training kit. All-in-one training kits provide all of the tools that trainers need to pull together an effective safety training course on all sorts of…
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It something you might not think too much about but it is very important to pay attention to when buying a…Continue
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According to dictionary.com the term bar-code is:
–noun a series of lines of varying width, printed, as on a container or product, that can be read by an optical scanner to determine charges for purchases, destinations for letters, etc. The key to this code is
the variation in line thickness and separation.
Bar codes are ideal for property identification…Continue
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Ready to start your research? You probably already know what sign legend you need, whether it be a stop sign,…
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In addition to where you place your pipe marker and what color pipe marker you use, there is an additional element of pipe marking you must consider -- the size of the pipe marker.
If your facility looks anything like the one in this picture, you have pipes of all different sizes that need to be marked. ANSI standards designate what size pipe marker you should use and the letter height depending on the size of the…
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Keeping your business & company property safe against theft and vandalism is just that easy. According to the Federal Bureau of Investigations every 3.2 seconds a property crime occurs. Fortunately there are some things you can do to improve security, deter crime, reduce potential liability and make your employees feel safer.
Protect your business, avoid loss and increase security by following these safety tips.
Lock your doors
Most criminals enter…Continue
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By Jerry Laws
Edmunds.com's CEO asked DOT and NHTSA to take a "fresh approach" to the problem that goes beyond Toyota's woes. His company announced Tuesday it is drafting rules for a $1 million prize to determine what really causes it.…Continue
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High-visibility apparel is intended to make the wearer more visible with color enhanced fabrics and reflective taping. Like any type of clothing, these garments can fade, become soiled and torn; but with high-visibility
apparel, these imperfections can reduce the effectiveness of the garment. Carhartt gives specific washing instructions for their High-Visibility items to help your clothing last as long as…
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As Safety Director for the AGC of Minnesota I've just completed the customization of some on-line courses for construction safety. I would value your feedback. Go to www.agcmnonline.com and download a demo and tell me what you think. Thanks.
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