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Savings / Safety Tips for August 2018 from All Safety Products, Inc.
Modern work styles demand new types of personal protection equipment (PPE).  Safety and Health Magazine interviewed some PPE manufacturers and here are some of the features users are demanding:
Savings / Safety Tips for July 2018 from All Safety Products, Inc.
When the day is hot, it's time to take precautions at work. Though heat-related deaths and illnesses are preventable, heat led to 37 work-related deaths and 2,830 nonfatal occupational injuries and illnesses involving days away from work in 2015, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Savings / Safety Tips for June 2018 from All Safety Products, Inc.
It's true that people are often safe inside a car during a lightning storm, but the reason for that is dangerously misunderstood. All-metal cars (not convertibles) can provide protection. This is because of the Faraday Cage effect: Electricity is directed throughout the metal exterior, instead of inside the vehicle. The charge then exits to the ground.
Savings / Safety Tips for May 2018 from All Safety Products, Inc.
The new warehouse is no longer the dusty destination for long-term storage. It's now a symphony of activity where robots and humans work together in a rapid and complex dance.
Savings / Safety Tips for April 2018 from All Safety Products, Inc.
Highway work zones are annoying, but motorists should never leave the traffic lane to avoid delays. Even if the way appears clear, driving into a work zone is incredibly dangerous for workers. A highway work zone or any work zone in a public area has a number of associated risks, according to The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH).
Savings / Safety Tips for March 2018 from All Safety Products, Inc.
Specks in the Eye -Don't rub the affected eye. -Flush the eye with lots of water. -See a doctor if the speck doesn't wash out.
Savings / Safety Tips for February 2018 from All Safety Products, Inc.
Safety training is no game, but game technology is the future in safety. Instead of watching a safety film, trainees will soon be part of the film, in Virtual Reality experiences.
Savings / Safety Tips for January 2018 from All Safety Products, Inc.
Portable heating equipment can be deadly when used improperly. According to the National Fire Protection Association, about 40 percent of fires related to home heating involved a space heater. Of deaths related to home heating, 84 percent were related to a space heater.
Savings / Safety Tips for December 2017 from All Safety Products, Inc.
Keeping hands clean through improved hand hygiene is one of the most important steps we can take to avoid getting sick and spreading germs to others. Many diseases and conditions are spread by not washing hands with soap and clean, running water. If clean, running water is not accessible, as is common in many parts of the world, use soap and available water. If soap and water are unavailable, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol to clean hands.
Savings / Safety Tips for November 2017 from All Safety Products, Inc.
Some jobs require a half- or full-face respirator to mediate against dust, vapors or deadly fumes. Manufacturing settings can often expose workers to inhaled metals, mostly in foundries, or chemicals, even in settings that seem benign.
Savings / Safety Tips for October 2017 from All Safety Products, Inc.
A lot of things are annoying: Long meetings, traffic jams, tax forms. And fire drills. The truth is one can't ignore annoying things because the consequences are usually catastrophic. In the case of fire drills and fire safety, this is exceptionally true. Because we are safety oriented, fire isn't an everyday threat. We've built our infrastructure and environments so that we can have some peace of mind. And this also becomes the problem.
Savings / Safety Tips for September 2017 from All Safety Products, Inc.
Would you consent to a search of your entire household by a police officer who got a complaint about you being too loud with your outdoor party but decided he also wanted to poke his nose in all your closets and drawers inside your house to determine if you were breaking any other laws?
Savings / Safety Tips for August 2017 from All Safety Products, Inc.
Emergency rooms see an increase in cases of heat stroke and dehydration in July and August.  The American College of Emergency Physicians gives this advice on how to stay safe in hot weather:
Savings / Safety Tips for July 2017 from All Safety Products, Inc.
The Fourth of July is one of the busiest days of the year for house fires. Sure, it's a celebration and, yes, fireworks are traditional and they can be used safely.
Savings / Safety Tips for June 2017 from All Safety Products, Inc.
Week 1:  Preventing falls at work In industry, one main focus of the Occupational Health and Safety Administration are worker deaths related to falls from cell towers.  In what has been a relatively new industry during the last 30 years, cell tower  construction and maintenance has been a rapidly growing field in which workers have unique fall risks.
Savings / Safety Tips for May 2017 from All Safety Products, Inc.
According to NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration), on average,  12 tropical storms will form over the Atlantic Ocean, Caribbean Sea, or Gulf of  Mexico during the hurricane season which runs from June 1 to November 30 each year.
Savings / Safety Tips for April 2017 from All Safety Products, Inc.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics data, the construction industry experienced 52 percent of total electrical fatalities from 2003-2010 and far outpaces all others.
Savings / Safety Tips for March 2017 from All Safety Products, Inc.
Falls from heights and on the same level (a working surface) are among the leading causes of serious work-related injuries and deaths. OSHA has issued a final rule on Walking-Working Surfaces and Personal Fall Protection Systems to better protect workers in general industry from these hazards by updating and clarifying standards and adding training and inspection requirements.
Savings / Safety Tips for Jan-Feb 2017 from All Safety Products, Inc.
After awhile, he steps back, falls off the dock and breaks his leg. How about the person working on a ladder, leans too far in one direction and tumbles down?
Savings / Safety Tips for December 2016 from All Safety Products, Inc.
Christmas is a time to celebrate, spend time with family and friends, and to relax. But, it's also a time when safety should be on your mind because the holiday season brings a unique combination of hazards into the home.
Savings / Safety Tips for November 2016 from All Safety Products, Inc.
No one wants to come into their office one morning and find out that their company has been a victim of a security attack. Losing customer data or having proprietary information revealed - these can be disastrous.
Savings / Safety Tips for October 2016 from All Safety Products, Inc.
Musicians and fans are at risk for hearing loss. Professional musicians are four times more likely to suffer noise-induced hearing loss than non-musicians.
Savings / Safety Tips for September 2016 from All Safety Products, Inc.
Many people spend a good portion of their working days on their feet, just one reason that workers should buy well-fitting, comfortable and, most importantly, appropriate shoes.
Savings / Safety Tips for August 2016 from All Safety Products, Inc.
It sounds like a plot line for a super spy flick. An arbor press relentlessly presses down on a shoe, applying thousands of pounds of pressure until . . . nothing happens.
Savings / Safety Tips for July 2016 from All Safety Products, Inc.
Flying particles and chemical splash are the two top causes of eye injuries in the workplace, but the majority of injuries could be prevented with proper eye protection, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Savings / Safety Tips for June 2016 from All Safety Products, Inc.
That's a question that could be answered by anyone from Martha Stewart to your company's welder.
Savings / Safety Tips for May 2016 from All Safety Products, Inc.
Half-mask respirators are essential equipment in automotive, construction and industrial settings. They can protect the wearer from lead poisoning, dust and fumes, but they must be properly fitted and maintained.
Savings / Safety Tips for April 2016 from All Safety Products, Inc.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has issued a final rule to curb lung cancer, silicosis, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and kidney disease in America's workers by limiting their exposure to respirable crystalline silica.
Savings / Safety Tips for March 2016 from All Safety Products, Inc.
In certain areas of Southern California, we're pretty spoiled so this article is directed particularly for those workers exposed to cold environments in other areas and states. OSHA has a good article and information at their website link, https://www.osha.gov/as/opa/cold_weather_prep.html .
Savings and Safety Tips for Jan/Feb, 2016 from All Safety Products, Inc.
OSHA reminds employers of their obligation to post a copy of OSHA's Form 300A , which summarizes job-related injuries and illnesses logged during 2015.
Savings and Safety Tips for December, 2015 from All Safety Products, Inc.
This is just a highlight of a helpful article from Osha website to provide tips and some recommended guidelines to keep your retail shopping safe and enjoyable for both customers and your employees. Please visit the website at the following llink for more information, https://www.osha.gov/OshDoc/data_General_Facts/Crowd_Control.html .
Savings and Safety Tips for November, 2015 from All Safety Products, Inc.
This page (OSHA website link) includes information for workers and employers about reducing the spread of seasonal flu in workplaces. It provides information on the basic precautions to be used in all workplaces and the additional precautions that should be used in healthcare settings. Healthcare workers in contact with flu exposed patients are at higher risk for exposure to the flu virus and additional precautions are needed.
Savings and Safety Tips for October, 2015 from All Safety Products, Inc.
Below is a summary article and link for a OSHA provided toolkit (see bottom of article) used to help companies in transitioning to safer chemicals.
Savings and Safety Tips for September, 2015 from All Safety Products, Inc.
WHAT IS BERYLLIUM? Beryllium is a lightweight but strong metal used principally in the aerospace and defense industries. The most common use is in beryllium-copper alloy because of its electrical and thermal conductivity, high strength and hardness, good corrosion and fatigue resistance, and nonmagnetic properties. Another form is beryllium oxide which is an excellent heat conductor, with high strength and hardness, and acts as an electrical insulator in some applications.
Savings and Safety Tips for August, 2015 from All Safety Products, Inc.
OSHA issues proposed rulemaking clarifying the ongoing obligation to make and maintain accurate records of work-related injuries and illnesses Young Workers' Safety - (OSHA Trade News Release, dated 7/28/15)
Savings and Safety Tips for July, 2015 from All Safety Products, Inc.
Workplace hazards associated with specific jobs are another major cause of injuries and illnesses. Employers must work to reduce or minimize hazards in the workplace and train employees how to work safely on the job.
Savings and Safety Tips for June, 2015 from All Safety Products, Inc.
Keep your employees safe from Heat illness with a free handy tool from OSHA. Here's the link for the app which is setup for the Android and Iphone OSHA heat app page.
Savings and Safety Tips for May 2015 from All Safety Products, Inc.
OSHA just released a new rule ( 29 CFR 1926, Subpart AA, May 2015) for Confined Space (Follow Link Here, Final May 4th, 2015 )
Savings and Safety Tips for April 2015 from All Safety Products, Inc.
It may be time to review your Workplace safety procedures in regards to violence-related injuries. In 2013, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported over 23,000 significant injuries due to assaults in the workplace. Over 70 percent were in the healthcare and social service settings. Healthcare and social service workers are almost four times as likely to be injured as a result of violence than the average private sector worker.
Savings and Safety Tips for March 2015 from All Safety Products, Inc.
New OSHA reporting requirements: Employers required to report fatalities and severe injuries and illnesses
Savings and Safety Tips for February 2015 from All Safety Products, Inc.
Cold temperatures and increased wind speed (wind chill) cause heat to leave the body more quickly, putting workers at risk of cold stress. Anyone working in the cold may be at risk, e.g., workers in freezers, outdoor agriculture and construction.
Savings and Safety Tips for January 2015 from All Safety Products, Inc.
Environmental cold can affect any worker exposed to cold air temperatures and puts workers at risk of cold stress. As wind speed increases, it causes the cold air temperature to feel even colder, increasing the risk of cold stress to exposed workers, especially those working outdoors, such as recreational workers, snow cleanup crews, construction workers, police officers and firefighters.
Savings and Safety Tips for December 2014 from All Safety Products, Inc.
Workers typically install roof sheathing after all trusses/rafters and any permanent truss bracing is in place. Roof structures are unstable until some sheathing is installed, so workers installing roof sheathing cannot be protected from fall hazards by conventional fall protection systems until it is determined that the roofing system can be used as an anchorage point. At that point, employees shall be protected by a personal fall arrest system.
Savings and Safety Tips for November 2014 from All Safety Products, Inc.
You are at risk from falling objects when you are beneath cranes, scaffolds, etc., or where overhead work is being performed. There is a danger from flying objects when power tools, or activities like pushing, pulling, or prying, may cause objects to become airborne. Injuries can range from minor abrasions to concussions, blindness, or death.
Savings and Safety Tips for October 2014 from All Safety Products, Inc.
Ebola hemorrhagic fever (EHF) (sometimes called Ebola Virus Disease, or EVD) is the disease caused by infection with an Ebola virus. It is a type of viral hemorrhagic fever (VHF) brought on by any of several strains of viruses in the Ebolavirus genus. Ebola viruses are capable of causing severe, life-threatening disease.
Savings and Safety Tips for September 2014 from All Safety Products, Inc.
HEAT ILLNESS CAN BE DEADLY. Every year, thousands of workers become sick from exposure to heat, and some even die. Heat illnesses and deaths are preventable. Employers are responsible for providing workplaces that are safe from excessive heat.
Safety and Savings Tips for July/August 2014 from All Safety Products, Inc.
1. P stands for pull, and it refers to the locking pin on the handle. The pin is used to prevent the fire extinguisher from being discharged accidentally. In order for the lever to work, the pin must be removed.
Safety and Savings Tips for June 2014 from All Safety Products, Inc.
Exposure to heat can cause illness and death. The most serious heat illness is heat stroke. Other heat illnesses, such as heat exhaustion, heat cramps and heat rash, should also be avoided. There are precautions your employer should take any time temperatures are high and the job involves physical work.
Safety and Savings Tips for April/May 2014 from All Safety Products, Inc.
You first need to identify reactive chemicals and inventory where and which chemicals you are storing and the proximity of chemicals near each other. OSHA covers this in greater detail on their website, https://www.osha.gov .Chemicals have the ability to react when exposed to other chemicals or certain physical conditions.
Safety and Savings Tips for March 2014 from All Safety Products, Inc.
The following were the top 10 most frequently cited standards in fiscal year 2013 (October 1, 2012 through September 30, 2013) :
Safety and Savings Tips For February 2014, from All Safety Products, Inc.
When it comes to safety eyewear, the right fit is essential for comfort, performance and most importantly, protection. If your safety glasses do not fit securely or there are large gaps in coverage, you risk a serious eye injury from flying debris or particles.
Safety and Savings Tips For January 2014, from All Safety Products, Inc.
Falls from portable ladders (step, straight, combination and extension) are one of the leading causes of occupational fatalities and injuries.
Safety and Savings Tips For December 2013, from All Safety Products, Inc.
Protecting eyesight is very important, thus making eye wash stations critical when working around chemicals. Most chemical work environments require their employees to wear safety glasses, but we all know accidents can happen and eyewash stations provide an effective means of emergency treatment for when chemicals come into contact with the eyes.
Safety and Savings Tips For November 2013, from All Safety Products, Inc.
At All Safety Products, Inc., we offer most of the filters, cartridges and supplied air systems you need to meet applicable standards and regulations for recommended respiratory protection. Here is a link for our main product category for our selection of cartridges and filters
Safety and Savings Tips For October 2013, from All Safety Products, Inc.
You're busy working when a co-worker notices smoke billowing out from behind some machinery. As you get closer, you see flames. You grab the nearest fire extinguisher and train it on the fire. Within minutes, the fire is under control, and you're a hero.
Safety and Savings Tips For September 2013, from All Safety Products, Inc.
Oftentimes, people will use bricks, wood squares, etc. to level a ladder. Not very safe!. Click here for a product selection of All Safety Products ladder safety products to include ladder stabilizers, ladder guards, umbrellas, etc.
Safety and Savings Tips For August 2013, from All Safety Products, Inc.
If you think you're immune from accidents just because you work in an office, think again. Hazards lurk everywhere from file cabinets to copiers. In fact, OSHA estimates that there are 40,000 disabling office injuries each year, including 200 that are fatal. Falls are the number one cause of office accidents. The disabling injury rate for falls among office workers is at least twice the rate for nonoffice employees.
Safety and Savings Tips For July 2013, from All Safety Products, Inc.
Nitrile exam gloves are an excellent alternative to latex gloves. The synthetic fiber is the first choice in tear resistance and dexterity. It also has great flexibility and chemical resistance. At All Safety Products, Inc., we offer a wide selection of nitrile gloves exam grade to meet a variety of safety needs. They are particularly beneficial to those who have experienced adverse reactions to latex or natural rubber.
Safety and Savings Tips For June 2013, from All Safety Products, Inc.
These days, violence in the workplace is becoming all too common. At All Safety Products, we're concerned with this trend. One in six of all violent crimes occurs in the workplace.
Safety and Savings Tips For May 2013, from All Safety Products, Inc.
  • Be sure to have your eyes checked if you do a lot of work on a computer. Don't wait for your annual checkup if vision problems are not solved by adjusting lighting and eliminating glare.
  • Safety and Savings Tips For April 2013, from All Safety Products, Inc.
  • When moving containers, use appropriate materials handling equipment and make sure that the containers are well secured to the equipment so that they cannot fall.
  • Safety and Savings Tips For March 2013, from All Safety Products, Inc.
    While the dangers of alcohol and substance abuse in the workplace are well known, little attention has been paid to prescription and over-the-counter (OTC) medications. The fact that these drugs are legal makes them seem safe. Yet some of these medicines can cause serious impairment problems and may interact with other drugs or foods in ways that can jeopardize your safety on the job.
    Safety and Savings Tips for February 2013, From All Safety Products, Inc.
    You're busy working when a co-worker notices smoke billowing out from behind some machinery. As you get closer, you see flames. You grab the nearest fire extinguisher and train it on the fire. Within minutes, the fire is under control, and you're a hero.
    Safety and Savings Tips for January 2013, From All Safety Products, Inc.
    Instead, he grabbed a water pipe for support as he pushed even harder on the drill. At that point electrical current surged from the drill through the worker's hand, across his heart, and through the other hand. Fortunately, a co-worker knew CPR and was able to resuscitate him.
    Safety and Savings Tips for December 2012, From All Safety Products, Inc.
    Take steps to protect your precious vision Do you use appropriate eye protection for every type of job in which a hazard might exist?
    Safety and Savings Tips for November 2012 From All Safety Products, Inc.
    Every year, workers are killed or seriously injured while performing snow or ice removal from rooftops and other building structures, such as decks. OSHA has investigated 16 such serious injuries or fatalities in the past 10 years - all of which could have been prevented.
    Safety and Savings Tips for October 2012 From All Safety Products, Inc.
    FALLS ARE THE LEADING CAUSE OF DEATH IN CONSTRUCTION. In 2010, there were 264 fall fatalities (255 falls to lower level) out of 774 total fatalities in construction. These deaths are preventable.
    Safety and Savings Tips for September 2012 From All Safety Products, Inc.
    Businesses can do much to prepare for the impact of the many hazards they face in today's world including natural hazards like floods, hurricanes, tornadoes, earthquakes and widespread serious illness such as the H1N1 flu virus pandemic. Human-caused hazards include accidents, acts of violence by people and acts of terrorism. Examples of technology-related hazards are the failure or malfunction of systems, equipment or software.
    Safety and Savings Tips for August 2012 From All Safety Products, Inc.
    HEAT ILLNESS CAN BE DEADLY. Every year, thousands of workers become sick from exposure to heat, and some even die. These illnesses and deaths are preventable.
    Safety and Savings Tips for July 2012 From All Safety Products, Inc.
    Every year, thousands of workers become sick from heat exposure. Some die. These illnesses are preventable.
    Safety and Savings Tips for June 2012 From All Safety Products, Inc.
    A hazardous material is one that is capable of causing fire, sudden release of pressure, explosion or other violent reactions.
    Safety and Savings Tips for May 2012 From All Safety Products, Inc.
    That doesn't seem so difficult and yet simple lock-out/tag-out procedures are often misused and misunderstood. Lockout/Tagout is the fifth most violated standard of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). One United Auto Workers study showed that 20 percent of fatalities in the workplace from 1973 to 1995 were caused by failures to follow the procedure. Lockout/Tagout keeps people safe from electrical accidents and injuries. It is required for machines and equipment to allow contractors making repairs to proceed.
    Safety and Savings Tips for April 2012 From All Safety Products, Inc.
    It seemed harmless enough. A sheriff's deputy from Birmingham, Ala., was pulling a nail with needle-nose pliers when the nail slipped. In a second, the pliers plunged into his eye, gashing his corne a, tearing most of his iris, and smashing his lens. The deputy's case is typical. He was not wearing protective eyewear. In fact, in a Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) survey, nearly three out of five workers  suffering eye injuries were not wearing eye protection. However , 40 percent of injured workers surveyed by Bureau of Labor Statistics were wearing protective eyewear, but may have not been wearing the right kind.
    Safety and Savings Tips for March 2012 From All Safety Products, Inc.
    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!
    Safety and Savings Tips for February 2012 From All Safety Products, Inc.
    Talking on a hand-held cellphone while driving is banned in 10 states (California, Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, Nevada, New Jersey, New York, Oregon, Utah, and Washington) and the District of Columbia. Utah has named the offense careless driving. Under the Utah law, no one commits an offense when speaking on a cellphone unless they are also committing some other moving violation other than speeding.
    All Safety Products Industrial Safety Newsletter for January, 2012
    A lot of times, we are so focused on keeping our own employees safe that we don't even consider own safety risks when trying to save money on doing our own home repairs. Amateur home handymen often take risks. Such as, before climbing a ladder to fix  the roof or sharpening a knife to cut floor tile, it would be wise to consider whether the risk is justified.
    All Safety Products Industrial Safety Newsletter November & December 2011
    In today's economic climate, customers want to know the best gloves to purchase at the cheapest price.  I'll let you in on a little secret.  Most times, people over purchase gloves.  For example, they may purchase an Exam Grade / Medical Grade glove when they may really only need industrial grade quality.
    All Safety Products Industrial Safety Newsletter for Sep to Oct 2011
    Ice cream packaging is frustrating isn't it?  There aren't too many brands of ice-cream that are actually a half-gallon in size (2 quarts) anymore.  Now they are only 1.50 or 1.75 quarts in size and yet companies still maintain the same pricing as the previous half-gallon size.