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Safety And Security

OSHA kicks off summer campaign

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Department of Labor''s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has kicked off a national outreach initiative to educate workers and their employers about the hazards of working outdoors in hot weather.
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Man braves acid to save co-worker

CLIFTON, NJ — Two construction workers suffered burns after one fell into a vat of nitric acid and the other jumped in to save him.
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Hyatt housekeepers facing ergonomic risks

CHICAGO — The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) says housekeepers employed by Hyatt Hotels Corporation may face ergonomic strain.
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Signage Kit

Visual Workplace introduces custom sign kits for the mobile in-house sign shop (MIHSS), enabling users to quickly and easily create durable, custom and professional looking signs in a variety
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Pond Netting

Bird-B-Gone announces a new addition to their line of professional grade bird control products: Heavy-duty pond netting. Pond netting is used as a physical barrier to prevent birds from
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The Worst-Case Scenario: Equipping a Facility for the Unexpected

ProTeam Cleaning for Health Tip of the Month
Facility managers need to consider the worst-case scenario. It is imperative to have the right equipment on hand to respond to extreme weather and protect the value of the facility.
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Cintas Foodservice director joins NFSI board

CINCINNATI — Cintas Corporation has announced the appointment of David Collette to the National Floor Safety Institute''s (NFSI) Board of Directors.
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Kitchen floor safety

HAMILTON, OH — Did you know that more than three million food service workers are injured each year due to work-related slip-and-fall accidents?
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EPA takes action against illegal pesticide sales

NEW YORK — The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has issued legal complaints against two Brooklyn stores for violating federal pesticides law by selling and distributing illegal pesticides.
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Poor housekeeping blamed in explosion

PRINCE GEORGE, BC — A deadly explosion at a Prince George sawmill is highlighting the dangers of poor housekeeping practices.
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