Housekeeping Tip

The 40 year-old man was shocked by the disaster before him.  He didn’t know how anyone could survive these conditions.  He could only hope that somewhere in the overwhelming destruction he would find his 16-year- old son.  Walking was virtually impossible with so many things strewn across his path.  “Danny! Danny!” he whispered, as he read more

Foot Protection Tip

Police dogs in Duesseldorf Germany have been fitted with special booties to protect their feet from broken glass bottles from drunken party revelers. The blue shoes match the police uniforms and the dogs require training to walk in the shoes. Similar shoes are used by dogs in Alaska for walking on ice. OSHA has requirements read more

Electrical Safety — Don’t be Shocked!

By Chuck Paulausky, CP Safety & Environmental, LLC and Jack Rubinger, Graphic Products One challenge that’s got a lot of electricians, safety trainers, and frontline workers confused is the definition of low voltage. Another question regards the difference between Alternating Current (AC) and Direct Current (DC) in terms of the risk of shock and/or electrocution. read more