I started a blog at: http://safetyphoenix.blogspot.com/
. Please check it out. Today, I will transfer the current posts from there to here, and will cross post from here on out.
Added by Pam Wilkinson on April 24, 2009 at 8:30am —
DJ Products, Inc. of Minneapolis has introduced a walk behind self-propelled, battery powered housekeeping cart
that transports cleaning and linen supplies used for housekeeping in the hospitality industry. The Powered Housekeeping Cart
is motorized for moving supplies used for daily duties in hospitality and hospital environments, eliminating the manual pushing of these heavy supplies and linens, especially where… Continue
Added by Amanda on April 22, 2009 at 4:32pm —
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 them. If… Continue
Added by Amanda on April 22, 2009 at 3:10pm —
DJ Products, Inc. of Minneapolis has introduced a walk behind self-propelled, battery powered linen cart
that transports dirty and soiled linens used for housekeeping in the hospital and hospitality industry. The Powered Linen Cart
is motorized for moving soiled linens used for daily duties in hospitality and hospital environments, eliminating the manual pushing of these heavy dirty linens, especially where… Continue
Added by Amanda on April 22, 2009 at 3:01pm —
DJ Products, Inc. of Minneapolis has introduced a motorized clean linen wire cart
that transports clean linens used for housekeeping in the hospital and hospitality industry. The Motorized Linen Cart
eliminates the manual pushing of heavy clean linen carts, especially where carpeting makes them difficult to push. The… Continue
Added by Amanda on April 22, 2009 at 2:58pm —
DJ Product’s WasteCaddyLite waste container puller
is specifically designed to pull heavy waste containers to pick up or processing locations and it significantly decreases the risk of injury to employees or property managers. Pushing heavy containers is a high risk activity for property managers and often requires several employees working together to get waste or recycling containers from one point to another. DJ… Continue
Added by Amanda on April 22, 2009 at 2:55pm —
DJProducts, Inc. is the world leader in providing battery-powered carts and cart movers
to the manufacturing, hospital, and retail industries. They provide solutions that eliminate the pains and strains associated with manually pushing heavy carts
and wheeled equipment, or are less costly, smaller, and more maneuverable then traditional… Continue
Added by Amanda on April 22, 2009 at 2:52pm —
Whether you'd like to be involved in a Calgary Stampede BBQ, a charity golf tournament or a workplace safety video, the John Petropoulos Memorial Fund
has several sponsorship opportunities available for upcoming events and projects.
Click the following links to find out more about how you can get involved:
- JPMF Calgary Stampede BBQ
, July 4th
Added by John Petropoulos Memorial Fund on April 22, 2009 at 11:58am —
I'm new at this so, I can't say that I've looked at enough of the messages, blogs and so on to have seen my topic yet. However, I would like to comment on Commuting to and from Work. I'm sure you all have heard the phrase, "there should be a law against that." We allow children and adults to stand on the sidewalk at busy intersections, with signs begging your attention at a time and place that is proven to be the leading cause of motor vehicle accidents. "Intersections" This bewilders me!
Added by STEPHEN D. AMBERS, RSO on April 20, 2009 at 1:09pm —
Added by Troy Taylor on April 17, 2009 at 11:42am —
I understand that safeguarding our employees is a priority. It’s easy to see that our commitment to the safety and health of workforce remains a fundamental requirement everywhere they work. Our company understands that safety does not just happen; it requires commitment by everyone, from the production line to upper management.
We have had several near-misses with forklifts in our warehouses over the last several years. Last year we started using a Collision Avoidance Signal System… Continue
Added by Nathan Krause on April 15, 2009 at 11:30am —
I’m looking to get out of the wind industry and back home to AZ for a more stable life. I have traveled for work for the past two years and it has been a fantastic experience. I have met and seen some great things and I cannot tell you how much it has humbled me to inject myself with so many cultures. Now its time for me to get back home. I am currently looking for work in AZ or Southern California anywhere in the Safety Fields. Please feel free to contact me if you have any information on Jobs… Continue
Added by Jon Cordoba on April 15, 2009 at 8:57am —
Our Founder was a small business person who learned the hard way! He thought he had a safe work place. He thought his kitchen was compliant with all notices and safety products for his employees. But after a work place accident he discovered that postings needed updating and electrical equipment needed Lockout/Tagout signage. After receiving his fines he simply asked "where is the store with all the OSHA compliance products I need" and the inspector told him there wasn't one! So he made a… Continue
Added by Jim Barker on April 14, 2009 at 6:31pm —
Came here to chat and aint nobody home (boo-hoo) so I figured I'd try out this blogging app ... I'd love to see a "group" where I can toss out my taco for group chewing and all that jazz; not like I'm all that interested in selling tacos or getting approval, but it's interesting to hear professionals thoughts and this is an interactive site (vs. some where you get looked at like selling scum).… Continue
Added by Chris Miller on April 9, 2009 at 1:51pm —
JPMF Chair Maryanne Pope made news over the weekend. She was interviewed for stories in the Globe & Mail and the Red Deer Advocate newspapers.
to read the story in the Advocate and here
to see the Globe…
Added by John Petropoulos Memorial Fund on April 6, 2009 at 2:37pm —
The next step was to remove the top portion of the containment to facilitate rinsing down the hoppers. Notice the man lift has also been covered in plastic and the operator is fully protected.
We had successfully contained a large amount of off gas in our improvised containment. Had the gas escaped it would have attacked all of the metal objects inside of the shop. The trapped gas was slowly vented to the out… Continue
Added by Troy Taylor on April 3, 2009 at 2:30pm —
Can you suggest good efficient fire fighting system for cotton ginning pressing medeum scale factories?I
Added by Harkant Dave on April 3, 2009 at 11:17am —
Recently, a company who uses our programs referred us to another company who was trying to curb recordables. "Your program sounds amazing - we'll kick off the program next month!" they said.
Wow. Either our programs really are that easy...or maybe the company's management really doesn't care and just needs a program to fall within guidelines. I kept waiting for them to call and ask questions about our programs...surely they wouldn't buy a heavy piece of equipment without talking to… Continue
Added by Vicki Johnson on April 2, 2009 at 6:08pm —
Paste this link into browser: http://www.archive.org/details/MM2009-03-20.aud-sbd-mix
Free live streaming show, and downloadable files.... This is my band Moving Matter.... Who said safety has no place for music? Just keep the volume low! I'm the drummer in case you didn't notice!
Happy Q2 and Spring 2009!
Here's the link again, for some reason this software doesn't hyperlink… Continue
Added by Dan McGreevy on April 1, 2009 at 11:34am —
A very informative article by Cesar de Castro was recently posted in the New York Law Journal, "Sorting Out the Law on Homicide Prosecutions Against Corporations." which addresses issues concerning corporate homicide prosecution such as workplace fatalities arising from dust explosions. The article mentioned the People v. Warner-Lambertt case where in 1976 a dust explosion at the American Chicle plant in Queens, New York, killed six people and injured 55.
Magnesium stearate (MS) was… Continue
Added by John Astad on March 28, 2009 at 1:31pm —