We often talk about safety in the workplace but its important to remember, especially with the summer holidays upon us, to be safe at home as well. Celebrating Independence Day in the USA has become a great tradition amongst family and friends. Its a time for barbecue, swimming, and fireworks, and while all of these activities are fun, they present a certain amount of risk, requiring safe practices:
Helping our customers to operate under the safest conditions is a core value of our company. We work hard to assess the unique risks of an industrial environment and create a safety management system that will help reduce that risk and allow you achieve the highest level of success.
Following the codes, standards, and best practices set forth by the appropriate agencies is a key part of this process. Thats why its important that these entities are too being monitored. Should an accident occur someone needs to investigate the cause and recommend a corrective course of action.
Every summer there is new blockbuster movie released involving a superhero.The titular character races to save the day keeping the general population out of harms way, restoring peace throughout the land. Unfortunately, in real life and in our industrial workplaces, there is no Captain America or Spiderman or even a Transformer to swoop in and keep us safe.
The mission of the National Fire Protection Association, “is to reduce the worldwide burden of fire and other hazards on the quality of life by providing and advocating consensus codes and standards, research, training, and education.”
They are the world's leading advocate of fire prevention and an authoritative source on public safety. By developing, publishing, and disseminating more than 300 codes and standards, they help to minimize the possibility and effects of fire and other risks.