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4 Ways to Stay Safe from the Cold

Whether you like it or not, the “ber” months (more accurately the “burr” months) are upon us. The mornings are cold, the ice scrapers are being dug out of the back seat, and some places have even started to see snow! Even if there isn’t snow yet, there have already been some freezing nights in […]

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Coming Soon: Cargo Securement Safety Training

Tiedowns: Tiedowns are one of the most common methods of containing and securing cargo. Tiedowns are made up of straps, chains, or other restraining devices that are attached to anchor points on the trailer or vehicle. These tiedowns can be attached in many ways, such as directly to the cargo or over it. These attachment […]

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Why is Rail Yard Safety So Important?

Since the beginning of railroads and locomotives, rail yards have been an essential tool to facilitate train travel. These depots allow trains to switch tracks, change their cars, and get the maintenance that they need after running 24/7. From fuel tanks to branching tracks, there is a lot to be seen and utilized at a […]

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Intro to OSHA: What is OSHA?

What is OSHA? OSHA is an acronym for Occupational Safety and Health Administration. It is part of the U.S. Department of Labor and is effective throughout all 50 states. Their mission is to ensure safe and healthful working conditions for working men and women by setting and enforcing standards and by providing training, outreach, education, […]

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Bear Awareness - What You Need to Know to Survive an Encounter or Attack in 2021

Bear Are Amazing Bears are beautiful creatures. People have been fascinated by these creatures longer than we’ve had national parks, so much so they’ve stapled themselves in pop culture, looking for honey, picnic baskets, or trying to prevent forest fires. But as many of us know, they are also dangerous predators. So, what do you […]

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What exactly is mold?

Mold, we’ve all seen it growing on all old food or in narrow cabinets. But what exactly is mold? Mold is a fungus that grows in the form of multicellular filaments called hyphae. It can come in the form of yeasts, mildews, and puffballs. It generally has a fuzzy appearance and causes biodegradation of natural […]

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Arc Flash Requirements

The results from arc flashes are usually very violent when a worker is nearby and can cause serious injury or death. The serious threat arc flashes can make in a workplace, OSHA and Cal OSHA have set standards to help prevent serious injuries or death. There are several safety rules that you need to familiar […]

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US Department of Labor Awards $3.3M for Women

On September 9th the US Department of Labor announced that $3.3 million would be granted to expand job opportunities for women. The purpose of the grant is to help recruit, train, and retain more women in quality pre-apprenticeship and registered apprenticeship programs as well as nontraditional occupations, according to US Secretary of Labor Marty J. […]

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In the News: Unpredictable Accidents

Investigators are still looking into what may have caused the deadly accident in a plant at Fayetteville, North Carolina. Currently, all we know is that the two workers were found dead by unknown reasons. The plant was quickly evacuated, and Hazmat teams were called in to deal with the situation. This was a tragic event. […]

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Recording Injuries, When Do We Need To?

Your employee sustains a small cut on their arm while performing their daily work responsibilities. It’s work-related, but is it OSHA recordable? The short answer is no. According to OSHA, an injury only needs to be recorded if it meets some specific requirements. These include: Work-related fatality Injury that requires medical treatment beyond first aid […]

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Three Ways to Improve Your Diet and Boost Your Productivity

Everyone enjoys a good meal, and the vast majority of people would also agree that getting the proper nutrition helps you with anything you’re trying to accomplish. For workers in many fields, nutrition is key to ensuring that you are working productively.  Proper nutrition and rest also keep you from burning yourself out throughout the […]

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Keeping Them Safe and Fast

Did you know that trains are some of the most efficient vehicles used today? That’s hard to comprehend when looking at these massive machines pulling miles of cargo across countries. However, the smooth tracks combined with smooth, solid wheels allow trains to glide to their destinations. Moving these trains can be a hassle though. They […]

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