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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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National Work & Family Month: How Workplace Safety Benefits Workers and Families

Having a healthy balance between your career ambitions, work schedule, and family life is important for productivity and for maintaining mental health. October is, “National Work and Families Month,” which focuses on keeping a healthy work-life balance. Part of this starts with having a safe place to work. One that guards employees from injury or […]
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How to Prepare Your Business for an Emergency

Successful businesses pride themselves in the productivity and success their operations are able to achieve. Hiccups in everyday office activities happen but unplanned disasters, if not properly planned for, can interrupt operations indefinitely. To prevent a total loss, businesses must plan and prepare in advance. This should include training, technology back-ups and other preparations to [...]
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September is National Preparedness Month: Is Your First Aid Kit Stocked?

The scary thing about most disasters is that they happen without warning. Being unprepared magnifies the seriousness of these situations. But with awareness and preparation, you can significantly reduce the negative impact of disasters. September is National Preparedness Month. It’s a great time to review emergency plans in the workplace and with friends and family. […]
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On-Site CPR Certification Courses for Southern California Businesses

Emergencies are typically stressful situations. They crop up unplanned and oftentimes require specialized training to deal with. What makes emergencies even worse is not having a plan in place for when these incidents crop up. Business continuity plans and disaster planning have become an important functions for businesses to protect their assets and ensure business […]
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Alternatives to Cintas for First Aid and Safety Supplies in Southern California

Keeping workers safe and protected is the goal for many business owners. When those companies have high risk environments and busy shop floors, this need increases ten-fold. Ensuring you have first aid ready and proper training for employees goes beyond stocking up your shelves with bandaids and flushing fluids—which are also key. As a business, […]
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The Most Common First Aid Scenarios Faced by Businesses

Businesses that are focused on their employees have successful outcomes in various facets of the organization, from loyalty to productivity, and increased profits. But ensuring employees are satisfied and productive is only a piece of the relationship. Companies are also obligated to keep employees safe while on their premises. Whether that job involves sitting at […]
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Qualitative vs. Quantitative Respirator Fit Testing

Going to work every day should feel safe. Even if you’re working in labor intensive places like for a construction company, or dealing with harmful chemicals, putting yourself in harm’s way with no protection should never be a requirement of the gig. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is setup to ensure this is […]
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