Today’s lesson learned from the Wile E. Coyote school of safety where they constantly defy the laws of physics, perverse the rules of nature, and live in animated immortality. But here gravity always rules. LESSON 4 Preventing Falls: Falls don’t just occur off the top of a building but can happen in facilities where production occurs within… Read More Safety Lessons Learned From Wile E. Coyote 4
Some of you are currently working for either a supermarket chain, department store, discount store, or fast food restaurant. Whether this is just a temporary gig or a stepping stone to a career path within that corporation or industry, chances are thanks to the ‘Great Resignation‘ your bosses haven’t been able to tell you about… Read More Stuff Your Boss Probably Hasn’t Bothered To Tell You Cause No One Told Them
Santa received a notice of violation(1926.1053) Ladders which is #6 on OSHA’s TopTen violations for 2019. It’s looking more hopeful at the Northpole as Santa’s team spent the weekend getting all the elves caught up on much-needed training and important upgrades of equipment to fix the first four OSHA violations. Today we work with… Read More The TopTen OSHA Violations Before Christmas. On the Fifth Day
Santa received a notice of violation( 1926.102) lack of PPE – Eye and Face Protection. This is #10 on OSHA’s TopTen violations for 2019. The industrial revolution provided us with many great inventions of machinery. Machinery is great because it helps to do the jobs of drilling, sanding, polishing, cutting, shaping, bending a lot easier… Read More The TopTen OSHA Violations Before Christmas. On the First Day
After a good nights rest our three travelers were back on the Green Brick Road of Safety and headed toward Emerald City in hopes that the Head Inspector will help each one with their safety-related issues. The road turned into a dense forest that blocked most of the sunshine. It was dark and eerie but… Read More A Complete Guide To Warehouse Safety-Volume 4 – Training
Dorothy and Scarecrow were enjoying the beautiful day as they walked along a very pristine Green Brick road of safety. She was very impressed by how clean it was and remarked, the bricks look like they were just polished. I wonder how do they do it? It helped make for a pleasant walk even in the… Read More A Complete Guide To Warehouse Safety-Volume 3-House Keeping
You do everything you can to protect your employees at the workplace. You take all the necessary steps by beginning with a hazard analysis to identify potential dangers and eliminate them, you buy the best and latest styles in PPE so employees will wear them, you make housekeeping a priority and keep a neat and organized facility that looks professional and… Read More Just Putting It Out There – Leadership The Glue That Binds it All.
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