Keeping Your Factory Employees Safe
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Keeping Your Factory Employees Safe

After dealing with a non-profitable year in business, I sat down with my accounting team to see what the problem was. The results were surprising. They explained to me that the biggest expenses that year had nothing to do with product inventory or building upgrades. Instead, they explained to me that we were losing a lot of money taking care of workplace accidents. I realized that we needed to keep our factory employees safe, so we started evaluating our manufacturing and processing procedures. We uncovered a lot of deficiencies, and we took steps to make things right. This blog is all about protecting your workers.

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Keeping Your Factory Employees Safe

  • Why You Should Use Acrylic Fabrication For Your Business?

    7 October 2016

    If you are looking for card holders or a frame for a poster, signage, etc, there are many materials you could choose, but one of the best options on the market is acrylic. Acrylic has many unique properties that make it a good choice for your business. While it may not be the right choice for every application, it is at least worth looking into.  Thermo-Forming If you are looking for a flowing design, not every material will give you what you are after.

  • Materials To Consider When Replacing Your Roof

    16 March 2016

    If you are going to upgrade your roof soon, then you need to decide what kind of material you want. Some materials will last a very long time, while others will be very cheap to install and maintain. To help you figure out which is best for you, here are some introductions to asphalt, concrete, metal, and wood roofs: Asphalt With an asphalt roof, you are getting one of the cheapest and most popular options.

  • 9 Tips For Safely Storing Gasoline

    14 March 2016

    Gasoline is an important part of daily life. It helps power cars, lawn mowers, boats, power tools, and more. However, if not stored correctly, it can be dangerous for you and your family. You should only store gasoline if you absolutely need to. Here are nine safety tips when storing gasoline: First, always check your local city, county, and sate governments for safety regulations and standards regarding gasoline storage. There may be certain fire codes that restrict how much gasoline each homeowner is allowed to store.

  • Getting The Correct Thickness For Your Metal Project: How Sheet Metal Fabrication Companies Accomplish This

    11 March 2016

    If you are currently working on a metal sculpture or metal project of some sort, you may be wondering how you can get the sheet metal you are working with to be thinner without putting holes in it. Depending on the type of metal it is, it is possible to "stretch" and flatten the metal with which you are working. Here is how sheet metal fabrication plants do it, and if you can assemble a heat source and roller system, you might be able to do the same thing for your metal sheet(s) as well.

  • Three Kinds Of Can Seaming And Why They Are Important

    10 March 2016

    Can seamers hold a very important job in canning factories. Regardless of what the cans are used for, if the seams on these cans are not sealed properly, the contents of the cans could leak or spoil. When you conduct an end-of-the-line assembly inspection on the cans and canned goods in your processing plant, you want to check and recheck the following three kinds of can seaming to make absolutely sure you are shipping out quality products that are shelf-stable until the date stamped on the can.