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Traffic Vests

Traffic Vests

  • 5-Point Tear Away
  • 100% Polyester Mesh
  • CSA Z96-09 Class 2, Level 2
  • ANSI / ISEA 107-2004
  • WCB Standard 2-1997
  • BC MoT T09-05
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    Traffic Cones

    Traffic Cones

    • High Visibility Orange
    • PVC Construction
    • Temperature Range: -20°c to +50°c
    • Wide Body Design
    • Black Rubber Base
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    Delineator Posts

    Delineator Posts

    • High Visibility Orange
    • Polyethylene Post
    • Post Height: 45”
    • Black Rubber Base
    • 16.5” wide x 1.5” high Octagon Base
    • (2) 4” – Type 1200 Collars
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    Poor Air Quality, Impact on Worker Safety

    Heath and safety managers around to globe have a variety of worker safety issues to contend with and it can be difficult to keep on top of the trends and details across the board. While many health and safety plans focus on common workplace injuries (slips, trips and falls, overexertion injuries, falling objects, etc.), many overlook the perils of other workplace conditions which impact worker safety like noise exposure and indoor air quality.

    Forgetting to focus on noise and air quality safety compliance can be have a damaging impact – both to the workers affected and to the company’s bottom line. With an increase in the number of people spending more time indoors, indoor air quality (IAQ) has become a growing concern for organizations.

    Whether in an office building or an industrial work environment, maintaining ideal working conditions for worker safety means not forgetting to place focus on overlooked areas, like indoor air quality. The costs of poor air quality in your employees’ working environment is far too high, for your employees and for your business.

    Find out more about the effects of poor air quality and steps to improving workplace air quality.

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    Worker Safety and the Cost of Ignoring It

    Workplace injuries hurt everyone, from employees and their families, to employers and even our national healthcare system and it costs more than you think. Companies in Ontario spent $52M paying for work-related compensation and other losses in 2015, and this number doesn’t even reflect the amount of injury-related time lost and setbacks that affect a company’s yearly profits. Maintaining health and safety compliance by implementing proactive procedures is the number one way to help avoid workplace injuries and increase worker safety. Evaluating the safety of working conditions on a daily basis can help ensure you’re making the most out of today for a safer tomorrow.

    In this article, we’re going to show you which industries are most at risk and how you can avoid work-related fatalities, workplace injuries and illnesses.

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