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    OSHA Fines Factory 1.8 Million After Deaths

    OSHA has fined Didion Milling Inc. Cambria facility 1.8 Million Five workers were killed in a grain dust explosion on May 31, 2017. Unfortunately, this was no random accident. OSHA had alerted Didion to the safety risks associated with leakage/accumulation of combustible grain dust and......

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    Thankful for Safety: Holiday Tips

    We’re thankful for safety. Safety is what keeps us coming home to our loved ones, providing for our families and pursuing our passions in life. A lack of regard for safety is when accidents and injuries occur. Did you know that the USFA reported 10......

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    Working Towards A Safer Workplace This Winter

    Winter Is Coming. Well, it’s still a month away – but the Midwest knows no timeline. With temperatures dropping, snowflakes falling and the threat of accidents caused by winter weather slowly becoming more relevant, it’s time to ensure that your workplace is prepped and ready......

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    Safety Training & Mobile Inspection: Enhancing the Construction Industry

    So many employees, tools and processes form together to create successful construction projects And all of those functioning parts have a lot of responsibility. It’s no secret that the construction industry holds the majority of workplace incidents and deaths, specifically 21.4% or 1 in 5......

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    Home Inspection Technology: Drones & Mobile Inspection

    It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s a…drone!? We’re all pretty familiar with the high tech phenomenon: drones. The generally small remote control aerial crafts help us film incredible videos, monitor traffic and construction and even deliver packages. The amount of technology that goes into these devices is......

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    Trampoline Incident Emphasizes Waiver Importance

    An incident at a Pennsylvania Sky Zone trampoline park leaves one man injured and the facility in hot water The Burns family attended their local trampoline park on May 11, 2014. While Mr. Burns used the restroom, his wife and their son filled out the mandatory waivers before......

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    Robot-Worker Safety Still in Beta

    Technology. It’s a beautiful thing, isn’t it? Without technology, we wouldn’t be able to connect with thousands of new businesses and clients across the United States just by “following them,” via twitter, from the convenience of our smart phones. We wouldn’t be able to update our......

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    Halloween Safety Tips for Families

    Costumes. Candy. A chill in the air. What’s not to love? Halloween is a favorite holiday for tons of kids (and adults, too) but anytime a large number of people participate in an activity, accidents are bound to happen – especially at night. The 3 most......

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    4 Ways to Keep Your Dental Office OSHA-Compliant

    Medical professionals know that OSHA standards are just as important in their offices as they are on construction sites and factories And inspections aren’t going anywhere. Fines continue to occur in offices across the United States, and as dental offices rely on the business of......

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    7 Steps to A Safer Office

    Safety is always important. Workplace deaths don’t just occur in elevated construction zones or on the floor in factories – safety risks are lurking everywhere, even at your office. *DUH DUH DUH!!!* OSHA’s injury records are full of documented accidents that have happened in every-day......

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