When floor mats age and wear beyond their use, they contribute to problems they were meant to solve. They lose traction, hold onto dirt and debris, and lose their abrasiveness. They become slip hazards, they don’t stop dirt from entering your building, and they contribute to messes.
As picturesque as a winter wonderland sounds, the colder months provide some of the harshest and most dangerous conditions for outdoor workers. There are many hazards to consider.
Towel supply in your industrial business shouldn’t be difficult or problematic. Spills and messes from oils, chemicals, and water can happen at any time. There’s no replacement for having clean towels on hand to wipe them up.
With so many standards and regulations out there, it can be difficult to figure out what applies to your business and what doesn’t. How do you know whether you’re required to provide flame-resistant uniforms to your employees? And even if you’re not required, should you be providing them anyway?
Your employee uniforms are extremely important. Not only do they unify your employees and make them feel part of a team, but they also represent your brand. They leave lasting impressions on customers and, research shows, that they can actually improve employee performance and satisfaction.
When it comes to your employee uniforms, you want the best of the best. After all, uniforms are a representation of your business. However, doing a simple search engine inquiry for uniform companies can give you hundreds of results. How do you know what you should be looking for? The… Read More
June is National Safety Month! The National Safety Council observes National Safety Month in June of every year, using this allocated time to bring more awareness toward safety in the workplace, as well as safety on the road, at home, and in communities.