Netting News 45 - Keeping Dinner Safe

- Article By: Alex
Netting News 45 - Keeping Dinner Safe
  • Holiday
  • Safety
  • Jobs

The holiday season of turkey, mashed potatoes, and pumpkin pie is upon us. The scents of home cooking and warm fires that surround friends and family allow us to feel safe and cared for.

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Netting News 44 - Around the World

- Article By: Alex
Netting News 44 - Around the World
  • Mosquito
  • Construction
  • Winter

Right now a lot of great news is coming from Uganda, Kenya, and much of the East African coast. Outbreaks of malaria have been one of the region’s most dangerous diseases and have plagued the area for many years.

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Netting News 43 - Fire!

- Article By: Alex
Netting News 43 - Fire!
  • Safety
  • Baseball
  • Netting

One of the last things many workers tend to think about is fire safety. We have a few tips to keep your facility safe and up to code.

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Netting News 42 - Keeping Current

- Article By: Alex
Netting News 42 - Keeping Current
  • Safety
  • Fire
  • Netting

In the past five years, how many workplace accidents have taken place where you work? Would you be surprised if I told you that a Chicago area manufacturer of metal, plastic, and hybrid containers had reported 15 workers that have suffered amputations in the past five years?

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Baseball netting and a spotlight on safety, baseball spectator safety

- Article By: Tracy
Baseball netting and a spotlight on safety, baseball spectator safety
  • Baseball
  • Netting
  • Sports
  • Safety

On 20 September 2017, baseball fans and teams alike got yet another painful reminder about the importance of safety netting in sports. A two-year-old girl was struck in the face by a 105-mph foul ball at Yankee Stadium, suffering multiple facial fractures and bleeding on her brain.

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