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How to Conduct an Electrical Audit: A Step-by-Step Guide

Just like a detective hunting for clues to solve a mystery, you too can unleash your inner sleuth to decipher energy theft and wastage through an electrical audit. Picture yourself as Sherlock Holmes where the labyrinthine pathways of wires and switches are your crime scene. With each step of our comprehensive guide, you’ll gather insightful

Balancing Work and Life: Strategies for Achieving Personal and Professional Growth

In today’s fast-paced world, finding a healthy balance between work and personal life can be challenging. However, achieving this balance is essential for overall well-being and personal growth. This article explores effective strategies for balancing work and life responsibilities, prioritizing self-care, and fostering personal and professional development. Understanding the Importance of Work-Life Balance: Work-life balance

GHS Labels: An Overview

The Globally Harmonized System is a universally agreed upon standard for the classification and labeling of chemicals. It has been fully adopted by OSHA, making it the agency’s Hazard Communication Standard since 2015. When the United Nations developed GHS, they developed a labeling system that had consistent elements and a defined format. There are many

A Guide to Facility Spill Kits

Spills are a presumed occurrence in most workplaces, but that doesn’t make them any less dangerous. Industrial spills create slipping hazards and depending on the substance, may pose a serious risk to human or environmental health. Prevention is the most effective solution for avoiding spills, but you should always be prepared for an emergency. You

GHS Safety Data Sheets (SDS)

Previously called MSDS (material safety data sheets) under the old OSHA HazCom Standard, safety Data Sheets are a critical part of GHS and are designed to communicate complete information about a chemical or mixture and how to mitigate any issues with handling or storage. Before GHS, the requirements for MSDSs were confusing and not very

Anhydrous Ammonia Refrigerant Safety

Anhydrous Ammonia, one of the most common and widely used refrigerant chemicals in the industry, is also one of the most common and potentially lethal hazards in food processing facilities, by either physical contact or inhalation. Ammonia, in the form of liquid or gas, is extremely caustic, and corrosive to the skin, eyes, respiratory tract

Improve Workplace Safety with 5S

Many facilities choose to implement the 5S system to create a cleaner and more efficient workplace. While most think of 5S and organization synonymously, did you know the methodology can make a huge impact on safety as well? Safety is an ongoing process supported by nearly all pillars of the 5S system: Sort: Removing unnecessary

Improving Safety with Floor Marking

Floor marking creates a safer work area by making that area easier to understand. A safer workplace will result even from applications not usually thought of as safety related. For example, having the floor marked for tool and equipment locations reduces trip hazards by ensuring that tools and equipment are not out of place. Floor

Wire Color Codes: Neutral Wire

Neutral Wire Color vs Grounding Wire In industrial and manufacturing facilities, electricity is running from each corner and is in nearly every aspect of what workers do. A malfunction or confusion over wire color codes could unleash the serious dangers of electricity. Having a complete understanding of different wires and functions is imperative for your