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Ceramic Blade Knives: For Home and Craft Utility

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Most of the information you’ll find when searching around about ceramic blade knives centers on kitchen knives as they’ve become popular due to their upsides and despite some downsides. But there are now many other types of cutting tools that feature a ceramic blade including safety knives, craft knives, hobby cutters, utility knives, and precision cutters.

Warehouse Accidents: Key Prevention Steps

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Even though heavy equipment and machinery, weighty materials, and possibly hazardous substances are part of the job, warehouse accidents don't have to happen. These situations are often preventable and hindsight shows how the accident could have been avoided. An on-site injury at work affects everyone. It interrupts work flow, it may cause site containment or restriction, and a review of protocols and safety policies. Identifying common risks helps you change the way you do things, and it creates a safer environment for all employees.

Prioritize Industrial Safety Topics During Orientations

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It's important to make sure you cover industrial safety topics during employee training sessions and orientations. Beyond talking liabilities and legal regulations, discussing this subject also encourages workers to express their own questions and concerns. It strengthens trust and confidence in the workplace, and it makes everyone more aware of their part in maintaining a hazard-free environment.

The Best Art Supplies For Kids—What's Missing?

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When hunting for the best art supplies for kids, you’ll regularly see crayons, colored pencils, construction paper, paints, and scissors. But rarely will you see a cutting tool other than scissors included. Yet, cutting materials is key to many crafts for kids. And scissors are not ideal for all cutting situations.

Safety Equipment Suppliers: Ask the Right Questions

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In your field, picking the right personal safety equipment suppliers is crucial. You need to work with health and safety equipment suppliers who understand the importance of protecting your employees and meeting strict OSHA regulations. Arming yourself with the right questions as your guidelines helps you select a safety equipment supplier that you can work with well into the future.

Knife Safety Training: A Life Cycle Approach

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When you think about the tools your employees use, the most common one might be the utility knife. Not only do you see it cutting everything in the workshop, from corrugated to trimming cord, but it's also in nearly every shipping and receiving office. With so many employees using these potentially dangerous tools, knife safety training is essential for every employee on your roster.

The Coupon Cutter's BFF: The iSlice Safety Cutter

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Couponing is big business, and coupon cutters save couponers time and reduce the risk of injury. According to PR Newswire, seven out of 10 couponers use print coupons like those that come from newspaper inserts and mailers. When you're dealing with so much paper, clipping coupons efficiently and safely can become tedious and maybe even take longer than it's worth. To make the most of your time and energy, you need a coupon cutter that's ergonomic and protects you from cuts at the same time. Enter the Slice Safety Cutter with micro-ceramic blade. These nifty little coupon cutters have an ergonomic shape and give you crisp precision to help you power through your next cost-savings adventure.

Warehouse Safety Tips: How to Spread the Word

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You know your warehouse employees face a lot of potential hazards, and you want to help them stay safe. Trouble is, warehouse work is a whole different creature than the rest of most companies' concerns. For warehouse safety, tips need to flow constantly to keep the many facets of warehouse work front of mind for your staff. Here's how to manage the intricacies without flooding your employees with information or overwhelming yourself in the process.

Safety Awareness Topics: At Work and Beyond

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As you work through your safety strategy, you might feel as if you’re repeating the same messages ad nauseum. Wear gloves, protect your hands, avoid spills, cut away from your body. You know the drill, and so do they—and sometimes, they seem to disconnect. You may need to try a different approach to safety awareness topics.

Basic Lab Safety Rules to Prevent Accidents

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Whether you're the safety manager for a large research and development firm or a local high school, some lab safety rules are universal. With 52 pages of OSHA regulations alone to adhere to, along with state and local laboratory safety rules and regulations, you have a lot to balance. Here are practices you can use to avoid common injuries in the lab.