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Work Safety for Business Owners on the Go
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On a break? If you're in the highway traffic or work zone safety industry, take a look at the Equipment Rental and Leasing options from Site-Safe Products, LLC. Safety products include NCHRP 350 approved TMA trucks, ADA/MUTCD compliant pedestrian channelizing, and portable highway rumble strips. http://ow.ly/FnDAd
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Introducing a new work safety blog post category, ‘What We Found Today’ is intended to cut through the muck on the web and get right down to the business of sharing information that is valuable to you. Without further ado, here is What We Found on October 30th, featuring ladder safety, OSHA news & ANSI guidelines.
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OSHA continues to emphasize the importance of awareness and compliance to fall protection safety standards. Read a few recent examples of the commitment to compliance enforcement and review the standards for construction and general industry.
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Review a Safety Best practice document from United Rentals for truck trailer fall protection. 
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This week on the Safety and Numbers blog we review attenuator trucks for highway safety.
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Innovative Access Solutions produces a flatbed access platform that mounts directly to the rub rail or stake pockets of the trailer.  Learn more about this mobile approach to fall protection compared to wheeled truck trailer fall protection systems.
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Celebrating 15 years of The Trucker® Series trailer access safety with a 15% discount.
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Looking forward to #ASSE Safety Conference 2014, June 8th - 11th in Orlando. #safety2014 http://ow.ly/xIw4V
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Putting safety first applies not only in day to day operations, but also in the planning stages of new projects, investments and expansions. We provide a link and summary of a case study published by ASSE to illustrate the importance of factoring safety goals into engineering design.
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