Safety Tips
Compressed gas cylinder safety tips

Anytime a person works with gases it can be dangerous but compressed gases are more so since they are stored under extreme pressure. Compressed air safety tips will help keep you and the people working around you safe when there is compressed gases being used at work.

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Five tips to prevent a workplace fire

Just the other day, a friend of mine told me a harrowing tale of how his home became decimated by a relentless fire. The cause: nothing more than a mere spark, brought about by a faulty electrical cable!

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How to Prevent an Injury Construction Workers

Construction is one of the most dangerous industries in the US. Construction workers experience physical ailments such as pain in the neck, arms, shoulders, and hands, as well as backaches on a daily basis.

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Chemical handling safety tips

Different types of chemicals are used everyday in the workplace. Using chemicals incorrectly can dangerous to you and anyone working around you.

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Concrete safety tips

Concrete is used in the construction of almost every modern building. Concrete may seem like a harmless substance to most people but it can actually be extremely dangerous if you don't follow concrete safety tips.

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Hard Hat Safety Tips

Any person that works in an area where there is a danger of falling objects should always wear a hard hat. The hard hat was first used in 1898 but is much different than the hard hats of today.

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