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Robots Working in Walmart

Robots Working in Walmart

in Robotics

From scanning shelves for inventory to scrubbing floors and unloading trucks, it seems like robots are starting to take over one of the top retailers in the world. Be looking for them in a store near you!

January 7, 2020 By IEN Industrial Equipment News

Safety Training Does a Lot More Than Prevent Injuries

Safety Training Does a Lot More Than Prevent Injuries

in Safety

Safety doesn’t just stop companies from losing money—it improves their ability to make money.

January 18, 2020 By Ray Priest for SafeStart

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Protecting Against Arc Flash with "Safety by Design"

Protecting Against Arc Flash with "Safety by Design"

in Arc Flash, Safety

Electrical hazards pose a significant safety and financial risk for businesses and their employees. OSHA mandates that any work on electrical equipment must be performed in a safe manner that poses no undue risk of injury.

October 15, 2019 By OH&S Occupational Health & Safety

Making The Most Of A Train-The-Trainer Program

Making The Most Of A Train-The-Trainer Program

in Train the Trainer

A look at a model train-the-trainer program, “How to Mitigate Unconscious Bias at Work,” that achieved significant success at a major manufacturing and distribution company.

January 18, 2020 By Training Magazine

Eric Wright Construction Commits to the Next Generation by Joining The 5% Club

Eric Wright Construction Commits to the Next Generation by Joining The 5% Club

in Construction

Eric Wright Construction has showcased its commitment to the next generation by joining The 5% Club. The scheme is an industry led initiative that works with UK employers and key influencers to inspire, educate and retain a growing body of people int

January 18, 2020 By Construction Magazine

The Need for a Shield Against Steel

The Need for a Shield Against Steel

in Safety

It is important to understand the entire spectrum of risks steelworkers are exposed to and consider multifunctional PPE alternatives to protect against each hazard.

January 18, 2020 By OSHA Occupational Health & Safety

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