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  • Best Lockout/Tagout Station For Work
    Best Lockout/Tagout Station For Work
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    The term “Lockout Tagout” refers specifically to procedures used to ensure that equipment is shut down and inoperable until maintenance or repair work is completed.  Lockout, Tagout is a safety procedure used in industry and research settings to ensure that dangerous machines are properly shut off and not able to be started up again prior to the completion of maintenance or repair work. If lockout tag-out practices are not observed workers can be seriously injured or killed by the machinery...

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  • Overview of Round Webbing Lifting Belt and colour coding
    Overview of Round Webbing Lifting Belt and colour coding
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    Lifting belts are also known as lifting slings and rigging slings are made of cable, rope or webbing, chain, and are used with a lift or crane to safely move large loads. They are used for lifting various types of material, these products find application in many construction sites, companies, and industries. Belts come in many styles, sizes, and colours. Some have straps and some do not. Some are air-filled. They can be made of leather, nylon, and many other materials. Most industrial...

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  • Choosing the best glove for work
    Choosing the best glove for work
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    What is Glove? The glove is a garment worn on the hand for work. It is a personal protective equipment PPE that protects the hand from the wrist to the fingers from injury or chemical burns. Gloves change in type depending upon the workplace. Gloves used for work are known as safety gloves or protective gloves. Gloves are used by many working professionals such as machine operators, military personnel, welders, blacksmith, bakeries, doctors, and firemen. As a rule, heavier gloves will in...

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  • Things to know while buying spill kits in Nigeria
    Things to know while buying spill kits in Nigeria
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    Spills can have devastating impacts, thus, it's significant that you plan well for them. In the event that a basic spill happens while you are storing, using, or transporting goods, having a fitting spill kit, and the knowledge to use it effectively, can help you sort it rapidly and efficiently. Your spill kits give a quick and direct reaction to working environment spills. Regardless of whether it's for fuel, general liquids, or Hazchem spills, the right spill kit will assist you to contain...

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  • Best Industrial Safety Helmet To Use at Workplace
    Best Industrial Safety Helmet To Use at Workplace
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    Head injuries are fairly common in the industry and account for 3 to 6% of all industrial injuries in industrialized countries. The wounds sustained are generally the effect of rakish articles, for example, apparatuses or bolts tumbling from a stature of a few meters; in different cases, laborers may strike their heads in a tumble to a story or endure an impact between some fixed item and their heads.

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  • How to choose Eyewash stations to use at workplace
    How to choose Eyewash stations to use at workplace
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    Eyewash stations are used for emergency eye washing in laboratory, industrial, or factory environments. The systems and stations are required when there is a potential for the eyes to be exposed to corrosives, solid aggravations, or harmful chemicals. In these cases, eye washing systems and stations should be accessible and open to workers.

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  • How Can I Protect My Hearing At Work?
    How Can I Protect My Hearing At Work?
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    Deafness is normally the consequence of inward ear or nerve harm. It could be brought about by an innate imperfection, injury, infection, certain drug, openness to the noisy commotion, or age-related mileage. The main side effect is a failure to hear sound. For a few, hearing might be conceivable with a medical procedure or a meeting gadget. Lip-understanding abilities composed or printed text and communication through signing may assist with correspondence.

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  • Personal Protective Equipment: An Introduction, clarifying common misconceptions
    Personal Protective Equipment: An Introduction, clarifying common misconceptions
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    Educationists will say if Education is expensive try Ignorance. If you also thing Personal Protective Equipment are too expensive, consider the effects of not using them. Most persons see Personal Protective Equipment as colourful or decorative clothing for engineers, foremen, and labourers at work sites. Some other persons see it as an object that identifies engineers. Profit maximizing managers might see it as an unnecessary expense which their firm should pay less attention to. Most...

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  • Some industrial safety equipments you need at your workplace
    Some industrial safety equipments you need at your workplace
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    Specialized industrial safety equipment may also include fire safety measures, such as extinguishing systems or specially designed to withstand high temperatures. These gadgets are designed to protect life and properties with which they are working. While most workplace settings are required to keep a fire extinguisher on hand, specialized fire safety equipment is necessary for every industrial setting where fire or extreme temperatures pose a serious threat to workers and property 

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  • Choosing An Emergency Eyewash Station
    Choosing An Emergency Eyewash Station
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    As the safety expert, you have the important responsibility of understanding and complying with OSHA and ANSI guidelines for emergency eyewashes. While choosing the right emergency eyewash station for your workplace may appear difficult, it is really quite simple once you teach yourself with a few simple criteria: ANSI and OSHA requirements Eyewash station choices available Flushing solutions associated with the different types and models of eyewash stations The respective maintenance and...

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  • Construction Safety, What You Have To Know? (reference to OSHA)
    Construction Safety, What You Have To Know? (reference to OSHA)
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    Nearly 6.5 million people work at approximately 252,000 construction sites across the nation on any given day. The fatal injury rate for the construction industry is higher than the national average in this category for all industries. Potential hazards for workers in construction include: Falls (from heights); Trench collapse; Scaffold collapse; Electric shock and arc flash/arc blast; Failure to use proper personal protective equipment; and Repetitive motion injuries.

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  • Material Handling – A necessity for every manufacturing plant
    Material Handling – A necessity for every manufacturing plant
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    The importance of material handling to operations and manufacturing plants cannot be overemphasized. In any organization, a considerable amount of material handling is done in one form or the other. This is to emphasize that material handling is very crucial because all the materials should be handled well in order to keep it safe, to reach its destination safely and to maintain their quality and condition. In other words, good materials handling is important.

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  • Personal Safety, Whose Responsibility?
    Personal Safety, Whose Responsibility?
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    Irrespective of the nature of your job, your personal safety is non-negotiable. Risky jobs attract higher pay.  Over the past decades, Health Safety Officers and scholars have given their view as regards this issue. However, this brings us to the question. Who is responsible for safety on the job? Is it the government, the company, the boss or the other members of a crew? Actually, all of them have a responsibility for safety. But ultimately, the challenge is personal. When an accident...

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  • Windsock Heavy Duty High Visibility - What You Need To Know About Windsock
    Windsock Heavy Duty High Visibility - What You Need To Know About Windsock
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    A windsock is a conical shape textile tube (which resembles a giant sock, hence its name) designed to indicate wind direction and relative wind speed. It is normally placed next to the runway or a helipad so that pilots can clearly see it after lining up on the runway or coming in for a landing. It´s also indicated on most airport ground charts with this little symbol. During night operation it is well lit either from the ground or lamps installed within the sock.

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