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Your Employees Need and Deserve Safety Training

A safe workspace starts with proper employee training. This is not an area to gloss over at staff meetings. Safety needs to be taken seriously for the well-being of your employees and to be OSHA compliant. In fact, one of OSHA’s first sentences in their workplace safety training handbook says

General Contractors and Safety on the Construction Site

Construction-Safety-Training The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that every year there are nearly 1,000 fatal occupational injuries on construction sites—that doesn’t include the many non-deadly incidents. It is absolutely critical for general contractors to ensure the optimal safety of their crew, and Shield-Safety

Employee Safety in Manufacturing Facilities

Manufacturing Facility Employee Safety Training and OSHA The manufacturing industry is an inherently dangerous one, but there are things you can do to mitigate risk and optimize safety. From metal cutting to heavy lifting, soldering, raw material assembling, and welding, there are countless opportunities for workers to get hurt on the job. On average, wo

Hearing Conservation – how to protect your ears from damage

Ear Protection Supplies for Hearing Safety at Home, Work, and Recreation Hearing conservation should be a top priority for everyone, but particularly for those who are in loud environments. Hearing loss can be cumulative (from routine or prolonged periods in loud environments) or acute and happen suddenly. Whether you live, work, or play in environments that are likely

Bloodborne Pathogens – the dangers and what to do

Bloodborne Pathogens Safety Training for OSHA Regulations Bloodborne Pathogens Bloodborne pathogens are types of infectious microorganisms in human blood that can spread and cause disease to other humans. There are a number of bloodborne pathogens, but some of the most common include human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), hepatitis B, and hepatitis C. The