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August 2016


Steps to Safety Success

By developing a focused and effective safety training program, manufacturers can reduce the number of workplace injuries, as well as improve the general attitudes of employees towards safety.This article for Welding Productivity Magazine suggests steps employers should take when implementing safety plans, as well as the best ways to educate employees on risk factors and uninsured costsMORE


With Billions Lost and Lives Shaken by Workplace Injuries, Safety is More than a Priority

When it comes to workplace safety in Las Vegas, where heat is unbearable and sleep deprivation is common — companies need to center their culture around it. Workplace accidents that caused employees to miss six or more days of work cost U.S. employers nearly $62 billion in 2013, according to the 2016 Liberty Mutual Workplace Safety Index. The 10 most common work-related injuries make up more than $51 billion of that statistic,  and include repetitive motion, falls and overexertion. MORE


10 Easy Ways to Reduce Computer-Related Health Issues

There are a few, simple ways to prevent computer-related health issues,  such as practicing caution to counter injuries caused in offices. Occupational safety recommends healthy use of computers, to reduce the negative impact on the health of employees. Check out what the tips are here. MORE


Bundle and Save with the Lincoln Electric Garage Pak for $1999

We are excited to announce a very special deal on two of our most popular welders. 
Through August 29, 2016, customers can purchase a POWER MIG® 210 MP plus a Square Wave® TIG 200 as a Garage Pak™ for just $1999 (after $599 rebate). Get two machines, any process for any job for just $1999! Check out product and promotion details here. MORE


4 Wearables We Can Use for Workplace Safety

We all love our gadgets and devices that keep us connected at all hours of the day. Wearable devices like the Apple Watch have a reputation of being a workplace distraction, but there are some cases where “wearables” actually add an element of safety.  This article from Concentra.com highlights four wearable devices that have workplace safety functionalities combined with a high-tech edge for added protection. MORE


Find the Perfect Lincoln Electric Welding Safety Gloves for You

Lincoln Electric offers a variety of welding safety gloves for MIG, TIG, or stick welding, to protect your hands from heat and rusty materials. Red Line™ welding apparel offers premium protection and flame resistance to welders. MORE

 


   
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