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Christmas Safety

Christmas Safety

Christmas can be a wonderful time of the year, but it can also be a time for accidents. Keep Real Trees Watered: The combination of shorts in electrical lights and a tinder-dry tree can be deadly. Keep your tree well-watered. Water levels should never get below the...

Be Safe When Ringing in the New Year

Be Safe When Ringing in the New Year

Regardless of whether you’re going out, or staying in for New Years celebrations, safety should always be top of mind. New Year’s Eve is actually one of the more dangerous holidays for car accidents. Here are a few tips to share about being safe when ringing in the...

Are You Required to Have IMDG Training?

Are You Required to Have IMDG Training?

Recently one of our clients had a shipment of their product rejected at a port in Europe.  They had been sending it there for years without incident, but this time was different.  Inspectors chose to verify their paperwork and they were missing crucial IMDG dangerous...

Safety Boots: What You Need To Know

Safety Boots: What You Need To Know

Many types of jobs require the use of boots for safety purposes.  Some jobs just need regular boots while others require steel or composite toes. Toe Composition Steel toe boots have a steel cap over the toe to prevent your feet from being crushed by objects falling...

The One Where You Must Post the Whole Standard

The One Where You Must Post the Whole Standard

iSi’s consulting team recently provided a presentation to the annual Kansas Safety and Health Conference about OSHA’s top poorly written regulations.  We gave the audience a chance to vote at the end and one of the top vote getters was found in standard 1910.95.  This...

iSi Summer Toolbox Topics:  Fireworks Safety

iSi Summer Toolbox Topics: Fireworks Safety

One of the favorite events of the 4th of July holiday for many people is shooting fireworks.  Contrary to what we may have seen and done in our teenage years, fireworks can actually be pretty dangerous.  Here are some tips to remember and share for a safe holiday:...

What the Haz?

What the Haz?

A Deeper Dive Into the “Haz” Words in OSHA, EPA and DOT and Where They Can Crossover Every once in a while, we will get a call from someone looking for “Hazmat” training.   To you, the word hazmat may mean one thing, but we guarantee to someone else it probably means...

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