Monthly Archives: November 2010

Holiday Safety – Part 2

It will take years to know from the statistics, but hopefully, in 2010, there were fewer structural fires related to cooking equipment than in previous years.  Once again, the manufacturer has to tell end users how to use the product … Continue reading

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Holiday Safety – Part 1

I probably should have written this post last week where you might have had time to think about all the temporary hazards that arise during the holidays.  November and December are some of the most dangerous months of the year. … Continue reading

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Distractions Cause Accidents

As I get ready to start my week, I noticed that a Client has asked me to do a safety meeting for the employees on the subject of distractions.  Simply put, if you are doing something, ANYTHING, and your brain … Continue reading

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