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Tips for the General Storage of Materials

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General Storage of Materials


Though there are many specifics when it comes to Materials Storage, there are some key principles that apply to all general storage of materials. You want to be sure to store materials in a planned and orderly manner that does not jeopardize the safety of your employees; stored materials must not create any hazards.

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Bike Safety

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Now that warmer weather has arrived in the Northeast, people are taking advantage of the ability to move activities outdoors. Young and older people are using their bicycles for commuting to work or school, or just going out for a few hours of touring to enjoy the sights.

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Top 7 Electrical Safety Habits

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One person a day is electrocuted at work, and though this is a surprising fact to many people, it is also very true. Every employer has a duty to protect their employees in the work environment, and they want to know what can be done to make that happen. This is no easy feat, but if a company follows the seven electrical safety habits below they can greatly reduce the potential for electrocutions (fatalities) at work.

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Hand & Power Tool Safety Tips

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The danger of hand and power tools is evident in the 400,000 emergency room visits they account for each year, but many of those emergency room visits are caused by misusing tools and not working safely. When used correctly and with the proper safety measures, you can significantly reduce the chances of an accident.

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Fatigued Driving

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According to the NHTSA (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration), fatigued driving claimed 846 lives in 2014. The NHTSA estimates falling asleep while driving is responsible for at least 100,000 automobile crashes, 40,000 injuries, and 1,550 fatalities each year. About half of all traffic fatalities occur at night. When you consider the miles driven at night, that rate is closer to four times as high as for daytime driving.

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