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Reflective Tape for High Visibility

20th March 2012
Every garment that required a reflective material must pass the standards that were laid down by the American National Standards institute in 1999. High Visibility clothing is broken down into different specifications ranging from minimum sizes to the qua... Read >
Author: harry john

Scissor Lift Tables

02nd November 2010
Scissor lift tables, also called scissor lifts, platform lifts and lift tables have a simple use – to raise or lower a platform. They make overhead tasks safer and more effective as well as helping to improve proper location of materials which helps avoid... Read >
Author: Richard Lapointe

Why Wear Safety Shoes in the Workplace

06th August 2010
A startling 25% of all disability claims of the workers from around the world relate to foot injury.In the USA over 1,00,000 foot injuries occur in the workplaces every year,at a staggering estimated price tag of $ 1 billion.The crippling cost and distres... Read >
Author: ruhunaa sri

California Worker’s Compensation and the Employer’s Responsibility in Work-related Injuries

05th January 2010
Under California law, most private employers are required to provide their employees with worker's compensation after suffering from work-related injuries and illnesses. The claim will cover the worker's medical expenses, loss of wages, and disability. ... Read >
Author: Mesriani Law Group

Numerous Benefits of Industrial Occupational Health and Safety Consulting Firms

01st September 2009
Other than the initial training that is provided when an employee is originally hired, workplace safety is something that is often overlooked within organizations around the globe. However, this is a topic that could prevent and minimize numerous work-rel... Read >
Author: Vikas@EPC

Ergonomics & Preventing Shoulder Injuries

18th August 2009
Cumulative Trauma Disorders (CTDs) are injuries that are related to, or are a direct result of work characteristics and performance. CTDs are related to the exposure of an individual to specific ergonomic or work-related risk factors. A risk factor is any... Read >
Author: AcquiredHope

Who is responsible for your safety at work?

09th March 2009
"Since my accident, I am a little more mindful of the suffering of other people" by George C. Wallace, portrays the outcome of accidents which inflicts great pain on individuals and their family. Accident at work is a common phenomenon in which individual... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

A Brief Overview of Colorado Workers Compensation Law

11th January 2009
Even if employees have not sustained work-related injuries, it would still pay to know the important points of Colorado workers compensation law. This is in keeping with their right to know what to expect in case of accidents in the workplace. Among ot... Read >
Author: coloradolawyer20
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