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Jul 19

Basic Firearm Safety

By David Martin, TSS Safety Coordinator As much as I hate to say it, summer is about gone. For many, the upside to that is that we are almost into hunting season! Whether you shoot for fun at the range, or enjoy hunting in all its forms, never ever forget that when firearms are mishandled […]

Jul 17

Fridge and Freezer Safety

  The proper temperature for a refrigerator is 40 degrees F maximum. Food should not be stored in temperatures between 40 degrees F and 140 degrees F, which promotes bacteria growth. Freezers should be set at a temperature of 0 degrees F. Regularly check refrigerator and freezer temperatures with a kitchen thermometer. Read food labels […]

Jul 13

Workplace Housekeeping (Part 2)

“Housekeeping” may call to mind scrubbing, cleaning, and picking up. But in a workplace setting, “housekeeping” is synonymous with safety! Let’s review some of the most important workplace housekeeping tips: Preventing Slips, Trips, and Falls Accidents that would be categorized under the heading of “Slips, Trips, and Falls” are almost always the leading cause of […]

Jul 3

How to Choose the Right Life Jacket

Skydivers wear their parachutes… Football players wear their helmets… Drivers wear their seat belts… Responsible boaters wear their life jackets (Personal Floatation Device-PFD)! The U.S. Coast Guard recommends that you wear — not just carry — a life jacket while boating. If a life jacket fits properly…It will help keep your head above the water. […]