The HazCom Deadline is Now History

“I love deadlines. I love the whooshing noise they make as they go by.” —Douglas Adams

The first of June has come and gone. OSHA’s HazCom 2012 regulations for chemical labeling in the workplace are now in full effect for most companies. How’s your facility looking?

What Do I Need?

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What if your signs aren't working?

How do you know if your safety signs are getting ignored? Conduct a self-audit to see where you can incorporate the following psychological principles. The following steps will help you assess your signs and labels beyond basic compliance and make sure they're an effective deterrent of unsafe behavior.

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Updated Fireworks Tips and Facts for 2015

“A statistician made a few calculations and discovered that since the birth of our nation more lives had been lost in celebrating independence than in winning it.”  ~Curtis Billings


Our tips for fireworks safety was well received last year. We’ve simplified a few, and added some more based on trends. Refer to this 2015 updated list to provide you and your family protection from becoming part of the tongue-in-cheek calculation reference of our uniquely American celebration.


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Video Launch: WorkSafe Video Series

Beaverton, OR — There are two ways to do any job. You can work safe, or you can throw caution to the wind. But no job is worth risking life or limb.

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Beyond HazCom 2012: PCBs, or Polychlorinated Biphenyls

The primary focus on hazardous chemicals this last year has been on meeting HazCom 2012 deadlines. Now that we are past the June 1st, 2015 deadline, our focus can expand to hazardous chemical disposal. PCBs are a common hazard that safety officers and facility managers encounter. Understanding their responsibilities regarding Hazardous Waste Management is a critical job function.


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Heavy Duty or Flexible?

Tough tested isn’t just a motto. The phrase defines DuraLabel products, which have been through fire and back in our testing lab before they make it to you. Our valve tags are no exception.

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