Netting News for July 2018 - OSHA, Drone Regulations, A Guilty Construction Company, and more

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Netting News for July 2018 - OSHA, Drone Regulations, A Guilty Construction Company, and more
  • Safety
  • News

A woman who was hit by part of a broken bat is suing the Bristol Blues baseball team and the city. Thousands of workers will walk off the job on Tuesday at Amazon warehouses in Germany. OSHA sees an increase in fatalities related to falls and more.

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Warehouse & Forklift Safety Measures

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Warehouse & Forklift Safety Measures
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  • News
  • Warehouse
  • Forklift

Since warehouses may be hazardous workplaces, warehouse safety tips may shield your employees, strengthen your bottom line, and save your company balance sheet. Across the US, roughly four percent of warehouse employees are affected by diseases or work-related accidents that involve occupation limitation, lost productivity, or transfer each year.

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Some Fall Hazards You May Not Be Aware Of

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Some Fall Hazards You May Not Be Aware Of
  • Safety
  • News
  • Fall

In January 2017, a new rule from OSHA on “Walking-Working Surfaces and Personal Protective Equipment (Fall Protection Systems)” took effect. This rule upgraded fall-safety requirements for general industry, bringing them to the same level as existing mandates in the construction industry. Slips, trips and falls remain consistently high on the list of causes of work-related injuries and deaths. Many opportunities for such incidents may exist in your facility – some you might not have considered.

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Netting News for May 2018 - Safe for summer, Wine Country, Safety Week and more.

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Netting News for May 2018 - Safe for summer, Wine Country, Safety Week and more.
  • Safety
  • News

The Napa Countryside paired with Firefighters. Workplace safety extends farther than just safety barriers at the loading dock, and some great insights from Traix Technologies who share their best practices for jobsite safety.

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Safety Netting, Fall Protection, Construction and what US Netting Provides

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Safety Netting, Fall Protection, Construction and what US Netting Provides
  • Safety
  • Fall
  • Protection
  • Debris

Netting is everywhere. One of its most significant roles is in the construction industry. The No. 1 reason for death on a building site is falling from an altitude, followed by being hit by objects. The excellent news is that netting prevents accidents and often is your best line of defense against falls and debris. Construction employees will work at an altitude at some point in their careers. For this, fall safety is an essential component on a worksite. The longer an employee functions at a given height, the more comfortable he or she will become.

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