Monthly Archives: July 2009

Fire Extinguisher Safety: Free Resources

When was the last time you had fire extinguisher training?  There are a couple of great resources on fire safety and fire extinguisher safety available for FREE on the web.  These are good to review with co-workers and with family. … Continue reading

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Personal Protective Equipment: Safety Footwear

Are your feet at risk? Gone slip-sliding away? Have you had foot injuries? If something drops, do your toes cringe? If so, foot protection is needed. It could be safety toed footwear, with the crush-resistant toe made of steel or … Continue reading

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Symposium: Unveiling the Mystery Behind OSHA Inspections

CHESS will be presenting at a symposium on Thursday, August 13 on Unveiling the Mystery Behind OSHA Inspections And Recordkeeping, Occupational Health And The Workers’ Compensation Experience Mod. You will uncover the right strategies to help improve your company’s bottom … Continue reading

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In Case of Emergency – ICE System for Cell Phones

The American Society of Safety Engineers recommends the following: IN CASE OF EMERGENCY – “ICE” SYSTEM FOR CELL PHONES WHAT:  In case of emergency “ICE” is a proactive effort designed to provide emergency personnel with next of kin contacts via … Continue reading

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Safety updates: watch for the next newsletter

Carol just got back from the American Society of Safety Engineers’ Professional Development Conference, held in San Antonio.  Jordan Barab, the Acting Assistant Secretary of Labor for OSHA spoke in a question and answer format.  It sounds like we will … Continue reading

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