Learn More About OSHA

The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is a governmental agency that is responsible for improving the lives of American workers through setting and enforcing certain standards. Those standards help to improve working conditions while also maintaining safety and improving the overall health of the American workplace long-term. Originally created by the Department of Labor in the 1970s, OSHA remains one of the U.S.’s leading agencies for improving workplace safety. Learn more about OSHA by visiting their website, OSHA.gov.


Prevent Slips and Falls with These 5 Facility Safety Products

Fall and winter months are relatively dangerous operating times for retail outlets. Between bustling holiday crowds and unpredictable snowstorms, property owners face the important and sometimes difficult task of maintaining storefront safety on a daily basis. Fortunately, preventing slips and falls is easy with the right equipment. Commercial floor mats are essential, especially weatherproof matting made of rubber, polypropylene, or aluminum/carpet hybrid systems. Also important are crowd control systems and umbrella bag dispensers, each contributing in their own unique way to safety through the season. To learn more about the 5 best products for preventing accidents through 2014, visit this article on the Umbrella Bagger Blog.