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How to Reduce Noise Levels in Your Workplace

In the United States alone, about 22 million workers are exposed to hazardous noise at work every day. In addition to contributing to hearing loss, excessive noise prevents workers from hearing warning signals, negatively affects communication between workers, and decreases workers’ ability to concentrate. It’s also been linked to stomach problems and high blood pressure.

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Get In Touch With your Feelings

Feelings in your hands that is!  Growing up my mom always said, “Cold hands mean a warm heart.”  While that may be true, in an industrial setting, cold hands can mean a dangerous situation.  It’s that time of year in many parts of the country where the early mornings and evening temperatures are a foreshadowing of the winter weather that is coming at us sooner than many would like. 

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5 Ways Cloud Technology Helps to Strengthen Workplace Safety

Advancements in cloud technology and the availability of user-friendly devices are game-changers. Companies are using connected devices and intuitive software platforms to help drive positive safety outcomes without sacrificing productivity.  This proactive approach supports workers’ safety and overall organizational goals. Here are 5 ways cloud technology is helping to improve and strengthen workplace safety.

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