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It is only imperative that industrial workplaces prioritize occupational health and safety. Because factories, industrial plants, and other high-risk workplaces have a lot of occupational hazards, companies must ensure their employees have the tools and training to maintain a safe working environment.

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is part of the United States Department of Labor that guarantees employees' safety and health by establishing and enforcing standards as well as providing training, outreach, information, and support.

At TRADESAFE, every product is made of premium quality materials, precision-engineered to be easy to use, and constructed to comply with OSHA standards. Our collection includes absorbents, eyewash stations, lockout tagout devices and supplies, and signs. Keep your trade safe with TRADESAFE, a trusted industrial safety brand.

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Since OSHA comprises a broad scope, most employers and employees must follow its standards and regulations on occupational health and safety. However, there is a small category of persons exempted from OSHA. Self-employed workers and federal and state-regulated industries have a total exemption, while partial exemption for employers with ten employees or less.
Employers are tasked by Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) to conduct inspections of all workplaces or tasks to determine if hazards are present or are likely to be present at the workplace.
According to OSHA Standard 1910.147(c)(6), the employer must conduct inspections of the LOTO procedures at least once a year.
Lockout tagout is required for any equipment driven by electrical, mechanical, chemical, or other types of energy or has the capacity to store or re-accumulate energy.
Yes, a lockout tagout checklist documents the nature of work, hazardous energy sources, and the employees involved in the procedure. It is used before repairing industrial equipment and heavy machinery to prevent unintentional energization occurrences and exposure to dangerous energy.
Yes, all TRADESAFE products, from padlocks and hasps to breaker locks and stations, are made to the highest quality and in accordance with the OSHA Standard. All products are durable, standardized, substantial, identifiable, and exclusive for safety.
Hazardous areas, dangerous machinery, emergency evacuation routes, pipelines, and other work zones surrounding the workplace will require safety signage. A facility or safety manager should assess the workplace to see if collective precautions or better work methods can decrease or eliminate hazards.
OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910.151(c) requires that emergency eyewash stations shall be provided in any instance where the eyes may be exposed to injurious corrosive materials.
OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910.151(c) requires that emergency eyewash stations must be accessible no more than 100 feet from the workstation(s). It’s also advisable for the management to consider the workplace layout in locating eyewash stations, so any affected employee can reach and use the eyewash within 10 seconds.
Socks are ideal industrial absorbent products. They are flexible tubes used to control and contain spills on the land environment and are ideal for quickly absorbing oil or water-based liquid spills on land.

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