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The Myth of Augmented Reality in Manufacturing

By Scott Ginsberg

Do you remember Glass?

Not the epic 2019 finale to the superhero trilogy with evil genius Samuel Jackson.

I’m referring to Google’s failed launch of their smart glasses.

Topics: Digital Transformation Safety
5 min read

How to Write Better Lockout/Tagout Procedures

By Dozuki

Lockout/Tagout (LOTO) procedures are some of the most common in industrial and manufacturing environments. Despite this, failure to adequately train employees on LOTO procedures continues to be one of OSHA's top 10 most frequently cited violations during federal inspections.

Topics: Workforce Training Work Instructions Safety
4 min read

OSHA's Recommended Strategies for Improving Safety Programs

By Dozuki

Workforce safety is non-negotiable for any industrial business. When mistakes can cause serious harm or bring operations to a halt, companies can’t afford to take safety lightly.

Topics: Safety
4 min read

6 Strategies to Maximize Worker Safety

By Leslie Bloom

In industrial companies, workplace safety is the #1 driver behind many key decisions. Not only is safety essential for protecting workers, it’s also essential for consistent production. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, there was a 39% increase in fatal injuries resulting from machinery between 2017 and 2018. In addition to fatal injuries, 2018 saw 2.8 million nonfatal workplace injuries reported in the U.S. alone.

Topics: Safety
1 min read

Free COVID-19 Workplace Signage

By Lucas Bishop

Whether your team is on site, or working remotely, we know that your time is taxed by demanding workloads and new safety procedures. In an effort to take one task off your docket during COVID-19, we'd like to share some signage geared towards improving the sanitation efficiency of your workplace.

Topics: Safety
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