Manufacturing

Work Safe With Heavy Machinery

Clothing, jewelry, and long hair are just three things that could contribute to workplace serious injuries or death when working with heavy machinery. Lack of proper guarding as well as improper use of the machines also contribute. Click on the link below for more information on how to avoid the workplace “pinch points” that may be present in your shop.

Caught or Crushed Injuries
Take a Look at Close Calls

Welding Safety

Bright flashes, toxic fumes, and flying sparks. These are among the potential injury sources welders work with everyday. Check the links below for more information on  proper safety precautions and personal protective equipment (PPE) to help your welders remain productive on the job and avoid the potential for injury and illness.

Let’s Clear the Air: Protecting Against Toxic Welding Fumes
Hot Work Procedures

Keep Your Shop Safe

Proper use of machinery is a key part of any manufacturing shop safety plan. But it doesn’t stop there. The video to the left and the link below provide additional safety information to help keep your employees safe on the job.

Indoor Heat Illness