Archive for December, 2011

The Value of Fire Department Connection Signs

The Value of Fire Department Connection Signs

| December 22, 2011

When it comes to protecting cities from fires, officials need organized fire safety programs. A Fire Department Hose Connection, or FDC, is a safety system provided to assist in fire fighting operations. Fire departments are trusted to save lives, and facilities must enforce all required standards to protect everyone in the vicinity.

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When Tailgates Turn Tragic

When Tailgates Turn Tragic

| December 20, 2011

For many, the term “Tailgating” carries a double meaning. On the one hand, it refers to those terribly annoying, slightly dangerous drivers riding on your back bumper, the car’s “tail.” And it refers to the few hours before a football game or concert when you and your friends get liver-splittingly, unabashedly wasted. Tailgating is a […]

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OSHA Issues 23 Health and Safety Violations for Pet Food Production Company; Fines Exceed $750,000

OSHA Issues 23 Health and Safety Violations for Pet Food Production Company; Fines Exceed $750,000

| December 16, 2011

Imagine dealing with a factory or workplace explosion caused by combustible dust, of all things. Unfortunately, this situation does happen, jeopardizing the safety of others and inducing significant damage costs. OSHA has increased initiatives to penalize violators who do not do their best to follow the organization’s standards when it comes to air protection and […]

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Drive safe: A reminder for the tipsier occasions this holiday season

Drive safe: A reminder for the tipsier occasions this holiday season

| December 14, 2011

Be Safe This Holiday Season – The Safe Road to Santa’s Workshop Infographic Via: Road Traffic Signs Like this topic? Check out our related products: Deer Crossing Signs STOP Signs Do Not Drink and Drive Signs

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Why you should lock your bike: A numerical study

Why you should lock your bike: A numerical study

| December 13, 2011

MyAssetTag.com, who are the front runners in providing asset tags solutions, has the latest numbers for bike theft trends, and they’re not good. The folks who staff the asset tag retailer – they’ve got your bike tags here – have gone digging through public records made available by the FBI, and made some phone calls to […]

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Guidelines For Installing a CCTV Sign

Guidelines For Installing a CCTV Sign

| December 12, 2011

The security industry has revamped initiatives to create effective safety systems in order to protect civilian property and privacy from unwanted intruders. The days when you could just lock your doors and go about your business are long gone. Today, CCTVs and Video Surveillance equipment are used to monitor people by recording any suspicious activity, […]

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New York Uses Poetry to Make Roads Safer for Pedestrians

New York Uses Poetry to Make Roads Safer for Pedestrians

| December 9, 2011

The New York City Transportation Department is resorting to some interesting measures to decrease risks for pedestrians – 144 of them, to be exact. Featuring 12 designs from the artist John Morse, the new signs of the Curbside Haiku campaign will remind New York City’s budding poetry lovers to watch the road when crossing it.  […]

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