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Articles Tagged with ''safety''

BRAVO! Receives BSCAI Safety Award

BRAVO! wins 2013 BSCAI Safety Award for large employers.
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August 2014 Feature 4

Keeping Walkways Free Of Snow And Ice

Steps to maintain preparation for foul weather events this winter.

Preventing winter slip-and-fall accidents has never been more important for in-house custodial professionals and building service contractors.


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July 2014 Tackling Trouble Areas

Maintaining A Low Slip And Fall Factor

When accidents happen, who will ultimately be found responsible?

When a maintenance contractor signs with a company, the contract typically includes language naming the contractor as the party responsible for maintaining safe, hazard-free premises.


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Floor Mats As A Prevention Strategy

A white paper explores multiple aspects of a floor mat program.

A white paper includes a number of hard floor care and matting use and upkeep tips.


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June 2014 Raising Standards

Three Requirements For A Safe Workplace

Management commitment, employee involvement and planning.

If you are an employer or a manager, it is your responsibility to provide a safe work environment not only for your cleaning staff, but for all your employees.


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Press Release

OSHA and the American Staffing Association form alliance to protect temporary workers

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The role of floor mats in preventing slips and falls

New white paper from Cintas reveals how updated regulations will impact your floor maintenance program.


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May 2014 Maintenance Matters

Give Maintenance Tasks A Lift

How low-level scissor lifts assist workers by boosting productivity and safety.

There’s nothing magical about the number 19, yet there’s a misconception that general maintenance projects like painting and cleaning and repairing HVAC, electrical systems or drywall require a 19-foot scissor lift.


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May 2014 Feature 3

New Technology In Facility Security

Updated options to create a safe environment for building occupants.

New equipment combines video surveillance from cameras with other data that is already being collected to provide insight into an operation.


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Press Release

OSHA implements whistleblower protection rule