Dangerous PFAS Chemicals Are in Your Food Packaging CR found 'forever chemicals' in bowls, bags, plates, and wrappers, even from some companies that say they've phased them out — Read on http://www.consumerreports.org/pfas-food-packaging/dangerous-pfas-chemicals-are-in-your-food-packaging-a3786252074/
Keep your holidays happy and safe. At this time of year, with all of the joy, parties, and excitement the season brings, employers need to be especially vigilant to keep and maintain a safe workplace environment for employees and customers and other third parties. A distracted or inebriated employee may be an employee at risk, … Continue reading “Have Yourself a Safe, Undistracted, and Accident Free Holiday” #Safety #HolidaySafety #WorkplaceSafety
WatchMe911 is one very cool app when it comes to personal security and safety. Once installed on your smart phone it might just become your favorite app and potentially a life-saver.
It has 4 different icons:
1. Monitor Me – Turn this on when you’re going somewhere you aren’t feeling comfortable. Say you’re going to look at a car that you might be interested in purchasing and you’ve got to go to the sellers’ home to look at it. A timer is activated and if you don’t deactivate it the contacts that you’ve set up on the app are sent a text message letting them know that you haven’t responded. Because the message is on the cloud it goes through even if your phone is turned off or you have no reception. This app is great for you joggers out there. Turn it on when you start and turn it…
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Fall Protection Guidelines A synopsis of OSHA’s Fall Protection Standards (OSHA standard 29 CFR 1926.501 through 503). Fall protection is generally thought of as: Guardrail systems Safety net systems Personal fall arrest systems Positioning device systems, and/or Warning line systems The standard: Covers most construction workers except persons inspecting, assessing, or investigating the workplace conditions … Continue reading OSHA Training – An Introduction To Fall Protection
Fall Protection Guidelines A synopsis of OSHA’s Fall Protection Standards (OSHA standard 29 CFR 1926.501 through 503). Fall protection is generally thought of as: Guardrail systems Safety net systems Personal fall arrest systems Positioning device systems, and/or Warning line systems The standard: Covers most construction workers except persons inspecting, assessing, or investigating the workplace conditions … Continue reading OSHA Training – Introduction To Fall Protection
This video has been making rapid rounds on the internet. It's not for the faint of heart even though I am sure some of these examples were staged. That aside, distracted, angry, in a hurry or driving under the influence won't get you home safely. Be careful when you drive.......
A growing body of research is linking five chemicals -- among the most common in the world -- to a host of ailments, including cancer, sexual problems and behavioral issues. We encounter them every day -- in plastic bottles, storage containers, food wrap, cans, cookware, appliances, carpets, shower curtains, clothes, personal care products, furniture, television … Continue reading 5 toxics that are everywhere: Protect yourself
Contact: Ken Sevcik Chilli Man 888-824-4554 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE -- San Antonio, TX March 18, 2010 – C. H. Guenther & Son, Inc.today announced a voluntary recall of Chilli Man Branded Seasoning Mix because it contains a pepper ingredient that may have the potential to be contaminated with Salmonella. This recall does not involve any … Continue reading C. H. Guenther & Son, Inc. Announces Voluntary Nationwide Recall of Chilli Man Seasoning Mix due to Possible Health Risk
For information on LIFEHOOD, please go to http://www.escapeAfire.com. We want to get this device into the hands of anyone who has to use an interior staircase to escape a fire. We are looking to market this to EHS professionals within corporate or municipal arenas. We would also love feedback on your thoughts of the product. … Continue reading New! Fire Evacuation Device Called LIFEHOOD
A teenager equipped with an iPod and earbuds can have his own personal concert — as loud and as long as he likes. But his parents might wonder if the child is listening at levels that could damage his hearing. It's possible, according to a new study of college-aged students. In the study of 31 … Continue reading How Loud is Your iPod?