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An Introduction to GBC Badgemates

21st March 2011
The General Binding Corporation, GBC, is known for high quality binding machines, shredders, and laminators. However, their superior craftsmanship is also applied to ID badges and supplies. Their line of Badgemates provides a selection of ID making items ... Read >
Author: Jeff McRitchie

Factors to be considered when Performing work at Height

18th February 2011
Considerations to be made when Working at HeightHeight Safety Equipment Height Safety Equipment is usually associated with two main types: general height safety and fall arrest, for example nets; and personal fall arrest, such as lifelines, harnesses and ... Read >
Author: Davey22 Jones99

Lanyards and Badge Holders: Great Accessories for Travelers

16th February 2011
"Back in the day", men and women could travel the friendly skies without ever having to fear criminal or terrorist activities. Unfortunately, those golden days are gone, and now have come the days of baggage searches, body searches, invasive x-ray machine... Read >
Author: William Gabriel

Fall Arrest vs Restraint When Working at Height

21st September 2010
Restraint Guidance by LeadingEdgeSafety.co.ukWhat is restraint?Operating in restraint allows an operative the access and mobility necessary to reach the leading edge (possible fall hazard) and carry out their tasks whilst preventing them from probably fal... Read >
Author: Cory Bennett

Beaded Lanyard - A Trendy way of Advertisement and Promotion

29th December 2009
Most of us have heard about beaded lanyard but you may not be aware of its exact meaning. When worn around wrist a lanyard is called "wristlet". A lot of individuals from different schools, hospitals, and offices are looking for ID accessories that do not... Read >
Author: CustomLanyard.net

Kidnap victim safe - narrow escape from car trunk!

26th March 2009
Amsterdam, NL - A 23-year old woman is safe today. Police say she was kidnapped in front of her hotel. During the lunch break, the woman who was attending a meteorological conference went outside to make a phone call. Two masked men attacked her in the al... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

The Lanyard Legend

16th November 2005
The lanyard can be traced back to the late 19th century. It was originally a piece of cord, used to secure a jack-knife, used as a weapon in war. The lanyard was worn on the left shoulder with the end containing the knife tucked into the left breast pocke... Read >
Author: Jay Stockman
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