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Safety and Savings Tips for March 2012 From All Safety Products, Inc.

Safety and Savings Tips for March 2012 From All Safety Products, Inc.
All Safety Products Safety and Savings Tips
March 2012
DUNS: 118927487   CAGE CODE:3BGW5 
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Craig Gunderson, President
March is a good Month for Poison Prevention!

Poison prevention tops list of spring safety tips


Employers need to review or implement their company policy for checking their own hazardous chemicals and poisonous substances located on their own company premises.  Poison prevention isn't just for households! 


When spring begins on March 20, thoughts of household cleaning and the beginning of yard work come to mind. It should also remind us of National Poison Prevention Week, always the third week of March (18-24 in 2012). This year marks its 50th anniversary.


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Congress established this event to raise awareness and reduce unintentional poisonings. Nationally, poison centers conduct several activities to elevate local attentiveness to the dangers.
* You are encouraged to open windows and turn on fans when you use strong chemicals, and to keep them in their original containers rather than in food containers or unlabeled bottles. Always read the directions for use and disposal.
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Our website, provides features such as easier website navigation, better pricing, a state-of-the-art quote system for prompt responses and an express ordering system for prompt reorders.  When possible, we recommend that you consult with a professional.  It may save you from potential injury or at best save you money with professional looking results!

Craig Gunderson
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Compressed Air Danger 

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It's commonly called Industry's Fourth Utility. Compressed air powers many industrial tools because it's less expensive and more convenient to use than electricity.
The psi (pounds per square inch) ratings of tools used in heavy industry, and for tasks such as breaking up concrete, are far higher than those used in maintenance and construction work. Air pressure no greater than 30 psi is advised for these jobs.


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We are all about trying to save you money when we are able to.  It is our shipping policy to only charge you the actual shipping/handling costs.  Sometimes there is a shipping error on our website.  We do review all orders for accuracy and pleasantly surprise our customers when we notify them of an adjustment in their favor. We make money on products, not shipping!
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March 2012
Save 20% - Limited Time!

Yep, every once in awhile, we get this crazy urge to give the readers of our newsletter a special discount to save 20% on your next purchase with us.  This discount can only be used one time. Use our Code, MAKEMYDAY.
Offer Expires: April 1 ,2012
Consider pressure washer uses
Pressure Washer

You can walk into a home improvement store and buy one, but that doesn't mean that a pressure washer is harmless. Think of it in the same category as chain saws, brush cutters and other commercial equipment. Here are some of the psi ratings sold:
       1,200-1,500 psi: An electric unit that's good for household and automotive cleaning jobs.
       1,500-2,000 psi: A moderate strength unit used for jobs like deck cleaning. It comes in gas or electric.
       2,200 to 3,500 psi. A high pressure unit for jobs like cleaning concrete and siding, usually gas powered.  


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Safe set-up, storage of a
home air compressor

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Air compressors are some of the most helpful pieces of equipment a handyman can own. But using them inappropriately can lead to injury and damage to your home or property. Here are some helpful safety tips.
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