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How to Be a Safety Leader Amid Disruption

As changes in the workplace arise, step up safety programs and meet guidelines. Use simple tips and best practices to help curb fears and complaints while improving safety and efficiency.

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Is That Fall Protection Plan Secure?

Adequate fall protection isn't just about having a plan and telling workers to follow it. It's about ensuring the correct equipment is available and other safety protocol.

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Workplace Safety During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Workplaces and their employees can stay on top of coronavirus prevention and potential spreading through simple sanitation and cleanliness practices.

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Stand-Down Underscores Importance of Fall Protection

OSHA’s National Safety Stand-Down, happening May 4-8, 2020, works to minimize the number of workplace falls and improve worker safety.

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OSHA Renews Efforts to Prevent Amputations

OSHA renews efforts to train, educate, and inspect machinery to help prevent amputations.

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Maintaining Safety in Modern Poultry Processing

Whether using new technology, it takes top-notch efficiency and safety to be successful in mass poultry processing.

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Resolutions to Implement for a Safer Facility in 2020

Boost safety in any facility this year with these practical examples.

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Labeling is Crucial in Bulk Chemical Handling

Safety in handling bulk chemical unloading is a procedure that requires careful work and optimal communication.

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Importance of a Chemical Risk Assessment

Chemicals are in use in workplaces every day. It is important to follow and maintain chemical safety for worker health. Workplaces can easily identify and address workplace hazards through routine and thorough chemical risk assessments.

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Lean and Safety Intersect at Miller Fabrication

Starting out as a small welding company 56 years ago, Miller Fabrication Solutions has successfully transitioned into a bustling metals manufacturing partner for original equipment manufacturers (OEMs). This expansion helped the company dominate its market but not without challenges.