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August 2018

The Wheels on the Bus Go Round and Round

- August 27, 2018 by Leslie Stoll, CSP ARM (View all posts by Leslie)
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School started for my daughter a few weeks ago and school bells will be ringing for millions of other kids over the next few weeks. As everyone tries to get into the swing of things, keep in mind that your commute may …  Read more …

So We All Go Home Safe – Childhood Memories

- August 23, 2018 by Kurt van Hartogh (View all posts by Kurt)
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Having grown up in a small steel town about 30 miles north of Pittsburgh, my school’s history classes always emphasized the industrial revolution, steel manufacturing and the dangers that came along with this industry during that time due to minimal …  Read more …

Risk Retention or Risk Transfer – Considering your Options

- August 20, 2018 by Leslie Stoll, CSP ARM (View all posts by Leslie)
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You’ve finally got the fund to start a major project, the excitement is uncontrollable. You’re going to finally be able to modify your facility to accommodate all your extra growth. But, with change comes choices. How do you manage the …  Read more …

Driver Safety: 3-Points of Contact

- August 16, 2018 by Terio Duran (View all posts by Terio)
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Did you know that one of the highest risks of injury for commercial truck drivers is the simple task of entering or exiting a truck cab? Falls from truck cabs can result in serious head injuries or knee and ankle …  Read more …

Safe + Sound Week is Here!

- August 13, 2018 by Leslie Stoll, CSP ARM (View all posts by Leslie)
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OSHA’s Safe + Sound week is here! Safe + Sound runs August 13-19, 2018. This annual event is designed to increase safety awareness at all levels of an organization from senior management to the front line worker. Just like the …  Read more …

Venomous Snakes – Preventing and Treating Injuries

- August 8, 2018 by Jim Garza (View all posts by Jim)
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When outside temperatures warm up, snakes come out of their burrows to start the mating process and to get warm. They are the most active in the early evening just before sundown but can be seen at any time during …  Read more …