Industrial Supply Helps Businesses Keep Their Employees Safe at Work

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Industrial Supply Helps Businesses Keep Their Employees Safe at Work

National Safety Month couldn’t come at a more critical time for employers and business owners. Observed every June, this event is organized by the leading nonprofit safety advocate in the United States, the National Safety Council, which works to eliminate preventable injuries and deaths in and out of the workplace.

From providing our customers with essential safety products, to conducting onsite safety assessments, to coordinating industry-specific safety trainings, Industrial Supply makes it easier for businesses to safeguard the well-being of their employees.

Businesses are negotiating a whole new set of safety concerns as they seek to structure their workplaces for a post-quarantine world. In an effort to prevent workplace exposure to Covid-19, employers may find themselves adding items they’ve never before purchased—such as face masks, infrared thermometers, sanitation stations, and hands-free door controls—to their safety protocols.

At the same time, businesses must also review and strengthen the safety protocols that reduce job site risks that existed before Covid-19, and they must remain in compliance with practices mandated by the Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA). In a blog last June, we wrote about the importance of adequate fall protection practices. By a wide margin, fall protection is still the number one OSHA safety violation, and this statistic demonstrates that employers must not relax their efforts to mitigate fall risks.

Throughout these extraordinary times, Industrial Supply remains committed to helping employers create safe workplaces that are in compliance with today’s safety requirements. We are here to help our customers navigate new safety products and protocols made necessary by this extraordinary time. To learn more about our safety services, please contact our Safety Specialist, Tyler Whipple, at (801) 913-1720 or 

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