OSHA announced a heightened focus on cuts and amputation hazards after having received more than 2,600 reports of amputations nationwide in 2015. One CM discusses the benefits of taking a proactive approach, starting with proper machine guarding.
Every component manufacturing facility creates wood waste. Yet, it seems no two manufacturers take the same approach to collecting, disposing of or reusing the scrap byproduct. SBC Magazine would love to know the method you’ve adopted and why it works so well for your facility. Send your approach to email@example.com.
High temperatures and humidity combined with heavy physical labor can lead to serious illness and even death. Without proper hydration and rest in the shade, your body temperature can rise to unsafe levels and cause heat exhaustion or even heat stroke. Prevent heat illness by keeping four simple things in mind: Water. Rest. Shade. Watch.