Articles and resources on safety at your manufacturing facility.
This article explores ways to better manage your solvent through a series of best practices in solvent reduction, handling, and recycling.
Comprehensive guide includes ANSI checklists on what to stock in your cabinets, how often to inspect them, where to place them, and more.
The Wisconsin Corporate Safety Award recognizes leading organizations for achieving exemplary safety records and excellence in safety & health management every year.
One of the most commonly misused floor mats on the production floor is the walk mat. While walk mats work well in a lobby, they do not provide the best protection in a manufacturing environment.
This training video outlines the 7 steps to proper handwashing.
One of the best ways to meet OSHA first aid standards is to organize a volunteer team and provide training and supplies that are specific to your onsite hazards.
Our SlipBusters® oil absorbent floor safety mats are now trending in the National Safety Council’s Safety + Health magazine.
This weekend requires even more precaution and preparation. From social distancing to sunscreen, here are 25 ways to stay safe.
According to WebMD, each year, between 5% and 20% of Americans get the flu and miss a staggering 70 million work days as a result.
Last summer, a group of 5 roofers took their mid-morning break and shared some delicious iced tea. What they didn’t know was that as the temperature rose, so did their risk of having a heat-related emergency.
Bryan Hennessey is an EHS professional at Shiloh Industries. Bryan shares with us his industry insights in the world of automotive supply manufacturing, safety and landfill-free initiatives.
Did you know that 70%–90% of dirt that enters a facility is tracked in on people’s shoes — that’s a quarter pound per day per 1,000 people.
Are oil spill kits required by OSHA? The simple answer is, no. While there are many OSHA and EPA requirements on how to be prepared for spills, the regulations do not specifically require spills kits.
This article provides a centralized overview of spill plan compliance and best practices from several different regulatory perspectives – OSHA, EPA, and local agencies. We divided the content into six major topics.
Weekly maintenance checklist for eyewash stations at your facility helps ensure OSHA and ANSI compliance.
When was the last time you conducted a risk assessment at your facility for slips, trips and falls? Has it been more than a year? If so, you’re due for another assessment.
Should your company choose disposable wipes or a shop towel rental program for your facility? Here are some facts to help you decide.
Market Measurement, Inc., an unbiased market research firm, asked companies renting uniforms from local and national textile rental suppliers, who they felt would provide fairer billing, better product quality, higher quality service personnel and offer better value for the cost.
The primary objectives of cleaning are to create a condition of well-being for humans (good hygiene), reduce exposure levels and risks, and remove unwanted substances from the environment.
Studies show that Cotton Roll Towels remove more than twice the bacteria from your hands than paper, and forced air dryers can actually add bacteria.
A Uniform Rental Program is a great employee benefit. Your employees get the convenience of having their work-wear washed, repaired and delivered to work each week.
An independent research study provides conclusive evidence that laundered shop towels are the safe choice for industrial wiping.