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Growing Market Calls for Bigger Cold Storage Facilities

The food warehousing industry is booming and companies are expanding their cold storage warehouses. These warehouses are sometimes kept at 65 degrees below zero and load traffic is constant. Racks and other cold storage surfaces need aggressive labels that can last through the harsh cold environment as well as the tough production conditions, such as heavy forklift contact, to help ensure operation efficiency and safety. Read more »

Graphic Products Releases 32 Lean Essentials Infographic

For better efficiency, time and cost savings, companies are utilizing Lean programs as part of everyday business practices. There are many programs to choose from, and Graphic Products breaks down 32 of them in a colorful, easy to understand infographic. Read more »

Industrial Laser Use Grows, As Do Safety Controls and Cautions

Laser use in industry has seen a sharp increase in the past year and the technology is being used for a variety of applications. As the use of this technology grows and develops, so must workplace safety plans. Hazard potential comes from materials processing using high-powered lasers for jobs such as cutting, drilling, and welding. Read more »

Report Calls On Agencies to Create ‘Smarter’ Injury Surveillance System

Coordination and data sharing needs to be strengthened across state and federal agencies, according to a report. Specific recommendations by the National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine show 17 ways OSHA and others can work together on a collaborative data-sharing system. Read more »

Ammonia Accidents Threaten Worker Safety, Business Operations

Year after year, anhydrous ammonia accidents kill workers and cause severe financial penalties to businesses. When proper quality control measures such as pipe markings, thorough hazardous material and maintenance management, and personal protection equipment are not in place, the havoc ammonia can cause to workers, businesses, and surrounding neighborhoods can be massive. Read more »

OSHA Plan for Fine Increase Kicks In

As of Jan. 2, 2018 OSHA's civil penalties for violations of workplace safety and health standards are 2 percent higher. The maximum fine is now almost $130,000. The agency has increased its penalties to adjust for inflation as part of the Federal Civil Penalties Inflation Adjustment Act of 2015. Read more »

OSHA, Ironworkers Partner for Safety Outreach

OSHA and Ironworkers are partnering up to help boost safety programs and prevent the most common injuries, such as those related to falls, welding, and other hazards in steel erection. Construction specific labels and signage can enhance safety on jobsites of all sizes. Read more »

NYC Plans to Remove Old, Misleading Fallout Shelter Signs

Signs that were posted during the Cold War are still up in places around New York City. These signs are old and no longer reflect the city's emergency plan. For the safety and well-being of a community it is necessary to have correct and effective wayfinding. Read more »

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