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Solid Safety Programs Protect Workers and Margins
Nov 22nd 2016

Solid Safety Programs Protect Workers and Margins

There is an epidemic in the construction industry that is costing companies billions of dollars in lost revenue and workers their wellbeing. The good news? It’s largely preventable. Hand injuries resulting from cuts and punctures cost the construction industry $382 million each year. This doesn’t account for any other type of injury, just those two very specific hand injuries. How can you … read more
Jan 22nd 2014

The Best Safety Gloves For Chefs and Bartenders

Under California's new food safety law, restaurant workers who handle food that will be served uncooked must wear gloves. Not only cooks, but bartenders who handle ice or fruit garnishes will be affected. And of course sushi chefs. While the effectiveness of the law will be debated for a long time, we'd like to concentrate on the best types of gloves for the workers and how many they will us … read more
Aug 22nd 2012

Glove Safety - Finding the Right Glove for Your Industry

Gloves used to be easier. There was generally only one size. They either fit, or they didn't. They either worked, or you didn't wear them. These days there are more choices, and it's a good thing because OSHA requires hand protection as part of safety standard 29 CFR 1910.138. The Bureau of Labor Statistics places injuries to the hands, wrists, and fingers as the second-highest of … read more