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Ensuring The Safety Of Housekeeping Staff
Check these practices to help ensure the safety of the cleaning and maintenance staff who work in the buildings you manage.
For light maintenance and facility work, low-level access equipment provides a safe, efficient alternative to ladders.
STABIL Grippers are non-slip footwear products that enhance traction in slick or wet environments.
The Loner M6 is an employee worn device for safety monitoring. It monitors lone workers in the field, inside facilities, between sites, and while driving.
The Ladder Leash tie off strap helps secure ladders from movement for ladder safety,
The Aquarion Self-Contained Eyewash is a portable eyewash station for when plumbed, potable water is not available.
The Pressure-Sensitive Safety Mat encases conductive plates which provide stop/restart signals when pressure is applied or released.
Preferred Freezer Services, one of the largest public refrigerated warehousing companies in the world, chose LED lighting to address employee, energy, and maintenance concerns.
This article from Robert J. Hall, President of Track Your Truck, addresses how technology tools may help improve fleet management.
These low level vertical lifts require no batteries, hydraulics, oil, or controls.
A facility executive whose organization employs a significant number of older workers wants to know what steps to take to address that population's specific safety concerns.
This new sensor technology complements workplace wellness programs and fosters employee productivity and health.
This M-PWR line of products from Hoover and Oreck brands are powered by lithium ion batteries.
Five challenges (real or perceived) that prevent many facilities from transitioning to green cleaning programs
At a manufacturing plant in Dallas, the facility manager relies on principles of Lean Six Sigma to foster a clean and safe environment.
According to OSHA, more than 1,000 eye injuries occur in American workplaces every day.
The final rule on the standard was issued on March 26, 2012 and became effective on May 25, 2012.
The agency has posted a series of 17 videos to help workers learn about the proper use of respirators on their jobs.
This app for the iPad and iPhone was designed to calculate the risk associated with manual material handling tasks.
The program replaces OSHA's 2009 pilot Chemical Facility National Emphasis Program which covered several OSHA regions in the U.S.
Recently, NIOSH, OSHA, and The Joint Commission reminded healthcare facilities on safe practices for handling antineoplastic drugs.
These employee garments from American Safety Vest increase the visibility of the wearer.
This air curtain product is designed to keep car fumes away from workers at drive-thru windows, save energy, and create comfort.
The National Hearing Conservation Association recently submitted input to the EPA on pending legislation addressing the labeling of hearing protection devices.
This product from Mechanix Wear, Inc. helps protect facilities maintenance staff.
The Roller Coaster™ 2000-XT from Highway Products aids workers in sliding cargo out of truck beds.
This personal dosimeter measures and records a worker’s actual in-ear exposure to noise.