Step Ladder Safety

Step Ladder Safety   Most of us use step ladders from time to time at our worksites, in the office, or at home. Applying the following safe practices and a little common sense while using step ladders will help you … Continued

Swimming Pool Safety

Swimming Pool Safety Did you know that drowning is the leading cause of unintentional injury-related death among children ages 1-4? If you have a pool in your yard, protect your children (and those in your neighborhood) by observing the following … Continued

Electrical Safety Tips

Electrical shocks and fires injure thousands of people each year. According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission in Washington D.C., electrical wiring problems cause more than 40,000 residential house fires each year. TOP 10 ELECTRICAL SAFETY TIPS… Don’t ignore … Continued

Transferring Liquid Grounding and Bonding

  Use grounding and bonding when pouring off flammable liquids. Transferring a liquid from one metal container to another may result in static electrical sparks. To prevent the buildup of static electricity and prevent sparks from causing a fire, it … Continued

Linseed Oil

Linseed Oil is used as an ingredient in some stains and glazes. If not properly handled, this product can be a fire hazard. Please read safety precautions below….   Background: Linseed oil can be used as an ingredient in stains … Continued

Spray Booth Safety

Spray Booth Safety   Spraying finishes of flammable paints is covered by OSHA Standard 1910.107. We recommend all people operating Spray Booths read and implement all requirements. Here are a few items worth noting:   Any protective covering inside the … Continued

Bonding & Grounding

Flammable liquids and static electricity can be dangerous Recommended safety tips to eliminate the hazards of static…. Hazard: movement of liquids can cause buildup of static electricity. If this static charge is not conducted away, a spark can be caused. … Continued

Static Electicity and Spray Guns

Static Electricity and Spray Guns Safe operations of spray booths and equipment are covered by OSHA regulations – standard CFR 1910.107. Title= Spray finishing using flammable and combustible materials A key step is eliminating hazards from static electricity when spraying … Continued

Ladders and Step Ladders

Topic:    Ladders and Step Ladders Read and follow the manufacturer’s instructions label affixed to the ladder if you are unsure how to use the ladder. Do not use ladders that have loose rungs, cracked or split side rails, missing rubber … Continued