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Keeping Your Commercial Kitchen Safe in Southern California

As a thriving business in southern California, you likely know just how important it is to run an efficient and safe operations. If your business in the food service industry, you’ll also have added health and regulatory rules to follow. With a number of possible injuries and risk that can happen, it’s critical to keep […]
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Taking Steps to Reduce Eye Injuries in the Workplace

As today’s workforce continues to advance at rapid speeds – we’re doing more with less unlike ever before – there are still issues that plague many and cannot go ignored. Eye safety for example, is still a very large concern for workplaces across the U.S. because they lead to serious medical expenses, productivity loss and […]
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OSHA Requirements in California: How to Stay Compliant

If you’re a business operating in the state of California, you’re probably already aware of the rules put in place by Cal/OSHA and the importance of remaining compliant. But did you also know that those rules will eventually include updates or be changed and that you should be keeping up to date to remain compliant? […]
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Training Your Workforce to Use a Fire Extinguisher

Fire extinguishers are an important tool in battling the dangerous and life threatening blazes that can happen at a moment’s notice.  Since no fires are the same, there are also different classes of fire extinguishers that should be used properly to prevent the spreading of fire or larger issues. The best way to be safe […]
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Workplace Compliance: Safety Glasses & Goggles

Keeping employees safe from harm is critical at any job site. Whether it includes workers who are sitting and staring at a computer screen all day, or out in the field and operating heavy machinery. To ensure safety remains a priority for companies, OSHA and regulatory bodies establish standards and regulations that must be met. […]
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Germs in the Workplace: Tips for Navigating This Year’s Bad Flu Season

There’s nothing fun about getting sick. From the annoying sniffles, to the constant nose blowing and sore throat, there’s no shortage of frustrations to deal with when you have a cold. Even if you do your best to stay indoors when it’s cold out and use hand sanitizer faithfully, you could inevitably end up sick […]
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Why Sanitation Supplies Are a Must for Emergencies

Being in an emergency situation can be very difficult to endure. Especially when it affects you for a long period of time. We’ve seen the devastation hurricanes, tornadoes, wildfires and other natural disasters can bring to entire towns and cities of people. The best way to be prepared for the unknown is to have a […]
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Hollywood Isn’t Always Glamorous: Staying Safe in the Film industry

California is one of the top sites for the film industry. Major studios located in the sunny state bring in jobs and tons of economic revenue. But the film industry can also be a dangerous one. Expansive sets, constant running around to capture scenes and equipment malfunctions happen daily. Having first aid and safety supplies […]
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5 Important Steps to Workplace Safety

Workplace safety is perhaps one of the most important things any employer should be concerned with. Businesses that fail to provide a safe environment for employees face heavy penalties and other risks. Being in compliance with federal OSHA requirements not only keeps business safe from fines, but it also means they’ll have a more productive […]
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Safety Training for Restaurant Staff: What You Should Know

Safety training is important in every workplace. Regardless of the labor being performed, following proper steps to avoid risks is important for the livelihood of any company. Some industries have greater risk factors associated with the job at hand and must offer training and extra precautions like showing staff how to properly perform their jobs […]
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