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Step Ladder Safety Tips That New Workers Should Know

Are you a new worker who use step ladder in your daily jobs? Or do you want to improve safety of step ladder operation? If your answer are yes for both questions, then you should read the step ladder safety tips that I write in this post.

Step ladder safety is very important topic. That’s why you have to understand this topic very well.

Before we dive into the tips, let’s first see some important facts about the importance of step ladder safety. According to the statistics data from Centers for Diseases Control and Prevention that in the last 10 years 43% of fatal falls involved ladder use.

In addition, in 2011 there were 113 fatalities in work-related ladder fall injuries. Continue reading…

24 Awesome Lab Safety Slogans to Use Right Now

How do you communicate safety in laboratory? Do you use lab safety slogans for communicating safety in laboratory?

As you already knew that laboratory contains many types of potential hazards; chemical reagents, gas cylinders, electric shock, fire, etc. If all those potential hazards are not managed properly, probably they may harm you and people inside the laboratory.

Successful management of potential hazards inside laboratory started from good safety communication. This can be done by using lab safety slogans.

Lab safety slogans are simple and effective like other safety slogans in general. Continue reading…

10 Easy to Follow Forklift Safety Tips for Pedestrians

Did you know that there are 20,000 forklift-related injuries annually in the United States? And do you usually work in an area where forklift is running? If yes, then you must read this article, 10 Easy to Follow Forklift Safety Tips for Pedestrians, to be safe.

Before going to the tips, lets talk first about the forklift pedestrian accident statistics. National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health reported that there are 100 deaths every year caused by forklift strikes. 36% of that victims are pedestrians.

In addition, there are 20,000 injuries every year caused by forklift in the United States. It equals to 10% of all industrial accidents. Continue reading…

Practical Safety Helmet Inspection Checklist That Work

Ensuring ready to use and good condition of safety apparatus, including safety helmet, is key to personal safety. The best way to do this is through effective inspection. Effective inspection can be done by the use of consistent inspection checklist.

In this post, I will focus on safety helmet inspection checklist. This checklist is a guide for you when you do a regular inspection.

Successful safety helmet inspection starts from using only effective and consistent safety helmet inspection checklist. Because it is very important, please read this post thoroughly. Continue reading…

How Often Do MSDS Sheets Need to be Updated?

How often do MSDS sheets need to be updated? Once in three months? In every six months? One time in a year? Or every time a change is made?

Do you review your MSDS periodically?

This question may come into your head as I had the same question in the past. But, the good news is that you will find the answer in this post.

As you might already know that MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheet) or SDS (Safety Data Sheet) is a basic reference for handling hazardous chemical safely. All related SOP you make have to refer to MSDS too.

Whether you are as a manufacturer of a chemical product, as a supplier or as an end user, you have to ensure keeping the latest version of the MSDS. Continue reading…

42 Easy To Remember Short Safety Slogans For The Workplace

Short safety slogans are preferred by most of us. It is because they are easy to remember as well as simple to apply on many kinds of media. As the result, such slogans are frequently used in the workplace.

In this post, I will show you 42 inspiring short safety slogans for the workplace. They cover several themes such like industrial, electrical and construction.

Each slogan contains less than seven words. So, it is relatively short. Continue reading…

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