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Learn How Safety Contributes to the Bottom Line

The Journey to Safety Excellence is a roadmap for continuous safety improvement. We know that maintaining a safe workplace is a never-ending journey, not a destination. Check out this infographic to learn about four key pillars to protect workers and enhance your organization’s performance. Source: National Safety Council The Journey to Safety Excellence Infographic  

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7 Workplace Safety Hazards According to National Safety Council

The National Safety Council has a team of consultants who travel across the country – and the world – to visit worksites and conduct safety audits. But no matter where each team member is, chances are good that he or she will spot one or more of seven common safety hazards. Here, NSC consultants JoAnn […]

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Machine Guards for Gorman-Rupp Pumps

Here are some machine guarding solutions for Gorman-Rupp Pumps featuring Type GDSA Adjustable Width Guards and Belt Machine Guards.

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Prevent Falls and Join the National Safety Stand-Down May 2-6

National Safety Stand-Down highlights importance of preventing falls, leading cause of worker death, serious injury in the construction industry OSHA, other federal agencies announce weeklong initiative, May 2-6, 2016 WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration and other federal safety agencies announced today that they have designated May 2-6, 2016, […]

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Uniguard Machine Guards for Pumps in HVAC Rooms

Customer Testimonial for Machine Guarding HVAC Pumps Just wanted to say thank you for a job well done on our most recent order from you. These guards were for a demanding customer. We had measured for the UniGuards but we weren’t exactly sure how close the final product would be to our original field measurements. […]

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