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Safety Tips to Drive Down Work Traffic Injuries

The Drive Safely Work Week and Distracted Driving Awareness Month campaigns serve as reminders for workplaces to focus on traffic safety to prevent injuries and deaths. Here are several tips to help workers put safety first as drivers and pedestrians in and out of the workplace.

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Tips to Make Air Compression Safety a Breeze

Workplace injury incidents involving compressed air are still problematic. Employers can help ensure the safe use of compressed air by educating employees on the proper use of it, explaining the hazards, and implementing a safety plan and culture that includes compressed air safety.

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Simple Tips for Workplace Chemical Safety

New chemicals are created every day for a variety of applications in industry. Working with chemicals and using them require careful adherence to safety best practices. Here are several ways companies and workers can ensure compliance and stay safe with chemicals.

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Use Forklift Safety That Sticks

There is no shortage of work for forklifts in material handling and other industries. Injuries and accidents involving forklifts can happen at any time. Ensure greater forklift safety with signs and labels that remind workers of best practices and will last through tough jobs in any environment.

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4 Signs Your Safety Communication Needs an Update

Safety signs and labels that are up to date, clearly worded, and in tact play a key role in achieving workplace safety and compliance goals. Signage that has faded or lost reflectiveness, or are missing from dangerous areas, do not help communicate hazards clearly and consistently to workers.

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Pipe Marking & Pipe Corrosion Control

The Silver Eagle Refinery explosion released a tidal wave of broken glass. Homes were pushed off their foundations and countless workers were burned in the Utah-based petroleum refinery when a 10-inch pipe ruptured at the bottom of a reactor.

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Solar Power for Generating Electricity

In late December 2016, financial news giant Bloomberg announced they have new data showing that a large shift in global markets has occurred, declaring solar power to be a comparatively inexpensive form of power.

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Alaska Hits New Heights with Runway Project and Highway Pilot Program

The Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities (ADOT&PF) has completed a runway unlike any other at the Kodiak, Alaska airport. Another new public project Alaska has in effect is a pilot program to deter drivers from speeding and passing on the right or outside lanes of the highway.

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Create Multilingual Safety Signs & Labels

Google Translate lets users create multilingual signs and labels; the free tool can translate 90 different languages at your desktop or on your phone. Use it with Graphic Products solutions for multilingual messages that keep workers safe.

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What If Your Signs Aren't Working?

How do you know if your safety signs are getting ignored? Conduct a self-audit to see where you can incorporate the following psychological principles.