News & Events

OSHA'S New Revised & Updated Standards: PPE

There are revised standards pertaining to Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), so it is best that your company review the standards applying to your business and Industry.

Safety First: Be Aware

The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) advises consumers to aware of certain products that are not suitable for younger children because of chocking potential. It has been reported that a 10 year old swallowed a barring from the new popular product, SPINNERS. 

Spinners are used as Stress Relievers


Walt Disney Parks & Resorts Recalls Sweatshirts: The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) announced that the snaps on this hoodie can detach, posing a choking hazard to young children. No incidents or injuries have been reported

Both Minnie & Mickey's hoodies have ears attached to the hood -- Minnie with a red, polka dotted bow between the ears; Mickey's is black with ears also.

Customers should contact Walt Disney Parks & Resorts, U.S. for instructions on returning for a full refund.



Labor Law Posters

if you are an Employer, make sure your Labor Law Posters are up-to-date. Starting January 2020, new laws, changes and updates will take effect in many states.

Careful Use of Sunscreen and Other Sprays

Source: MSN Healthy Living by Robert Preidt Avoid open flames after application, agency advises. (HealthDay News) -- Certain sunscreen sprays worn close to an open flame may pose a risk of catching fire, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration warns. U.S. Food and Drug Administration, news release, July 2013 Significant burns reported. Read more by clicking on link.

FDA Warns of Sunscreen Spray's Flammability Risk