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The True Cost of Dropped Tools and How to Avoid It

What was true in the early 1900s is still true today—dropped tools are a costly safety hazard.

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Protect your Welders: Know the Best Headgear Before They Start the Job

Different types of everyday hazards challenge welders. Those hazards include flying particles, molten metal, chemical gases or vapors, and sparks.

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Finding the Right Jobsite Lights Could Save You Thousands

Having the right Jobsite lights during a construction project is not only a matter of increased productivity—it can mean the difference between a safe work area and an unsafe one.

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4 Ways to Beat Warehouse Heat Exhaustion

Protecting your employees from heat exhaustion in a hot warehouse increases productivity and decreases on-the-job accidents.

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Learn About Bloodborne Pathogens in the workplace

OSHA’s Bloodborne Pathogen Standard (29 CFR 1910.1030) covers compliance issues for industrial facilities and identifies specific groups that have a greater risk of exposure.

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Here’s How Your Job Could Destroy Your Lungs

Your lungs are incredibly powerful organs, but they can be assaulted by contaminants in the air—sometimes daily, depending on your job.

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Prevent the Onset of Infectious Diseases with IR Thermometers

IR Thermometers Feature Ease-of-Use and Accuracy

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Hand Sanitizers with 75 Percent Alcohol Kill Germs and Bacteria

Help Reduce the Spread of Infectious Diseases with the Right Hand Sanitizer

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Use Non-Contact IR Thermometers as Part of Your COVID-19 Prevention Strategy

Temperature checks with Non-contact IR Thermometers Supplement Strategies for Decreasing COVID-19 Outbreaks

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Select the Right Face Mask for Preventing Exposure to COVID-19

Use a face mask, practice social distancing, and wash your hands to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

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