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Watch Your Step. 3 Quick Tips to improve Winter Workplace Safety

Slips, trips, and falls make up the majority of general industry accidents

Fire won’t wait. Plan your escape during National Fire Prevention Week October 9-15th

In 2021, local fire departments responded to 1,353,500 fires in the US. That averages out to one every 23 seconds. These fires caused 3,800 civilian (non-firefighter) fire deaths and 14,700 reported civilian fire injuries.

News and Trends

October is National Protect Your Hearing Month

Hearing loss happens slowly through years of exposure to loud noises. Here are some ways to help prevent noise hazards.


OSHA Eye & Face Protection Standards: 3 Steps to Eye and Face Safety

Eye and face protection that meets OSHA standards is achievable with knowledge, proper PPE, and the right safety communication.

Is Your Floor Marking Helping or Hindering? 3 Quick Questions

Whether you’re starting from scratch or adjusting an already existing plan, we have three quick questions that can help you get the most from floor marking.


Join Graphic Products at the 2022 AHR Conference

Join us at the 2022 AHR Conference: Monday, Jan. 31 – Wednesday, Feb. 2, Las Vegas Convention Center

3 Tips to Fight COVID-19 Overload

Keep your employees productive, OSHA Compliant, and optimistic during COVID-19 with these helpful tips.

USA Manufacturing Hour

Trusting the Process: Improvement in Manufacturing

Process improvement in manufacturing has several benefits, but can be difficult to accomplish without the right tools. Kelley Pernicone of North American Laboratories in Ohio, leads a discussion on improvement for #USAMfgHour on Twitter.

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Small Business Gets Big Safety Program Assistance

OSHA and NIOSH are stepping up efforts to help small businesses improve safety through a new handbook and other assistance. Get helpful tips and tools for cost-effective safety.

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MSHA and Others Paving New Paths for Safety

With a rampant rise in injuries from mining haulage equipment, MSHA and others are stepping up education, training, and other safety systems.