Monthly Archives: January 2014

Using Oil Absorbing Pads

From time to time, attempting to clean up an oil spill of any kind can be quite a job. Whether it's an oil rig spilling millions of gallons into the water or oil leaking from a machine in a manufacturing plant, having the right supplies to clean up the spill can make all the difference and prevent a situation from becoming more hazardous than it may already be. When on the job, using oil spill pads can be a convenient method of cleaning up most spills. Oil Absorbing Pads Oil absorbing pads usually Read more [...]

Benefits of Green Cleaning Supplies

It is every employer’s goal to maintain a work site that's clean and safe for employees and clients. Part of what makes a safe work site, though, is the very products used to clean it. While there are many products excellent at removing floor stains and sanitizing surfaces, many of these products contain chemicals that might be doing more harm than good. The green movement just makes sense when it comes to cleaning supplies, and here's why. Reduce Asthma Symptoms & Improve Indoor Air Quality If Read more [...]

Chemical Filters for Worker Respirators

Modern workplace environments often contain a variety of potentially harmful compounds or biological hazards that are dangerous when inhaled or ingested. Working within or even near one of these environments typically requires the use of different types of respirator masks. Depending on the particular types of hazards involved, workers may employ simple, disposable respirator masks or, in more extreme situations, enclosed systems with powered air supplies are necessary. Regardless of the level of Read more [...]

Basic Procedures for Lockout/Tagout

In many businesses and industrial applications, the safety of employees depends upon being able to perform specific tasks without the fear of injury caused by the inadvertent actions of others. Generally speaking, this involves safeguards that help insure a machine or other device undergoing repairs will not suddenly begin operating, and that electrical circuits being worked on will not unintentionally be re-energized. The specific procedures involved in this form of prevention are commonly referred Read more [...]