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Start 2016 Off with Safety

Happy New Year from SafetySign.com New year, new focus on safety? We shouldn’t wait for a new year to decide to make our everyday lives more safe – at work and at home. Everyday is an opportunity to assess and reduce the risk of potential hazards that are around us. It could be checking the tire pressure ...

WTSC and Uber Team Up for New ...

Traffic Safety Plan to Reduce Accidents This New Year’s Eve, the plan should be to use alternative transportation if you are going to celebrate. This message is a reminder from the Washington Traffic Safety Commission (WTSC) to any drivers who are thinking about using alcohol or marijuana before getting behind ...

Top Safety Sign Headlines 10/1 ...

Top News Stories for Safety, Traffic, and Parking Policies 1.San Jose’s New Traffic Signals In San Jose, California, drivers are about to get a new type of signal to alert them of pedestrians. Pedestrians will be able to push the crossing button at an intersection to start a high-intensity activated crosswalk ...

International Walk to School D ...

October 7, 2015 is Walk to School Day International Walk to School Day began in 1997 as a way to build awareness for the need to be able to walk around your community safely. By focusing on the routes children take to school, progress can be made on two fronts: improving children’s health and improving traffic ...

Fire Prevention Week 10/4-10/1 ...

Are You Prepared with Fire Safety Plans? Fire Prevention Week is a perfect time to discuss essential fire safety plans with your coworkers and family. Seconds count in a fire emergency, and everyone should know the fastest way out and other exits in case the closest exit is inaccessible. In the five year period of ...

Top 10 OSHA Violations of 2015 ...

Top OSHA Violations for 2015 The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) with the National Safety Council has just released their list of the top ten most cited violations. This OSHA report is based on the 2015 fiscal year, and an official report will be released in December. Announced today during the ...

This Week in Safety – 9/ ...

Top Safety, Traffic, and Parking Stories of the Week SafetySign.com is Heading to NSC Expo The SafetySign.com team will be heading to Atlanta for next week’s National Safety Council Congress and Expo. The Congress and Expo will run from September 26 to October 2 providing training, discussions, and product ...

NSC Congress & Expo: Sept ...

Visit SafetySign.com at Booth 4072 The National Safety Council’s annual Congress and Expo is set to begin on Saturday, September 26, 2015. This event is an opportunity for leaders in the safety community to come together, learn about new products and services, receive training and learn about trends in the ...

This Week in Safety 8/23 ̵ ...

Top Safety Stories 1. Battery Recycler Faces OSHA Fines Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) inspectors found nine safety violations at the Lancaster, Ohio location of Retriev Technologies Inc. this week. Of the nine OSHA violations, eight were repeat violations. The California-headquartered company ...

Lower Beryllium Standard Propo ...

Beryllium Exposure Could Decrease 90 Percent The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has proposed a new standard for the acceptable limits of exposure workers can be subjected to for the mineral beryllium. A wide variety of industries use beryllium to manufacture items such as electronics, and many of ...