Addressing how to prevent cuts is a vital part of safety training. Lacerations are one of the most common types of workplace injuries, especially in industrial settings, but also in less hazardous environments like offices. Thankfully, such incidents are largely preventable. Safety training plays an important part.
Industrial knives and blades are commonly found in warehouse settings, and in homes for craft and utility. It's important to know about blade materials and which cutting tools are suited for the task at hand so you can accomplish your cuts safely and efficiently.
As ceramic blades become more popular, more industrial customers are deciding whether to make the switch from metal. Unfortunately, there’s a lot of misinformation about how ceramics compare to steel. In a recent Martor blog post, we found a number of errors and omissions. We’d like to set the record straight.
Conveniently sized, lightweight, and portable, box cutting knives are one of the most common cutting tools found in the home or on the job. Many consider the box cutting knife one of the necessities for a perfect toolbox. They're often the go-to for opening packages, slicing up cardboard, and trimming various tough materials.
Slice congratulates Tesla for its recent successful efforts to improve employee well-being in its Fremont, CA car manufacturing plant.
Employers have a responsibility to ensure the health and safety of employees in the workplace. They set the protocols and make sure the workplace is in compliance with standards.
Your workers all receive safety training, and you provide them with appropriate industrial safety supply equipment, but what about your visitors?
Preventing hand injuries in the workplace should be a top priority. Lacerations and worse are too common, but also largely avoidable.
One of the most important parts of industrial administration is regularly addressing safety training topics. It's vital that your workforce understands how to handle all tools and machinery, and how to deal with possibly dangerous materials and environmental conditions. Despite regulations, seasoned employees may not consider repetitive toolbox talks necessary. By learning how to make safety presentations with impact, you increase attention and focus, even when you’re revisiting these same must-review topics.
Electrical Maintenance and Precautions
Check any safety supply company website and you’ll likely find a very male-orientated selection. Some websites even feature more male high-visibility jackets than the total number of women’s high-visibility clothing items combined. With a rise in the number of females taking on construction and warehouse work, it is imperative that personal protective equipment (PPE) used by women features female-oriented design.