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Emergency Preparedness

Emergency Preparedness

Create an emergency plan – BEFORE you need one We encourage all businesses to proactively create an emergency response plan for employees to follow during a weather-related emergency like a hurricane – or any unexpected emergency. How will you communicate with... Continue reading →
Use Visual Cues To Cut Down On Workplace Falls

Use Visual Cues To Cut Down On Workplace Falls

It happens in all kinds of workplaces – an accidental fall. Whether an employee misses a step on the stairs, forgets about the step-up on the loading dock, or slips in an area where moisture has pooled on the floor, falls are a common way businesses lose productivity... Continue reading →
National Safety Stand-Down set for May 7-11

National Safety Stand-Down set for May 7-11

Falls on construction sites are the leading cause of death in the industry, accounting for 37 percent of total fatalities. According to NIOSH, most of these deaths are preventable. According to OSHA, among general industry workers, falls are among the most common... Continue reading →
Get Organized: Try Our Free Sample Box

Get Organized: Try Our Free Sample Box

Stop-Painting wants to help you make 2018 the year your company gets organized – especially visually organized. Whether you’re going Lean, using 5S or just looking for a few new tools to help straighten up and cut down on clutter, we’ve got products and solutions to... Continue reading →
Get Organized: Maintenance & Applicator Carts

Get Organized: Maintenance & Applicator Carts

The longevity of any industrial floor tape depends on the quality of your application and tape maintenance. Our Superior Mark™ Floor Tape is of the highest quality, but even our tape is limited by how well it is applied and how it is maintained over time. The... Continue reading →
Get Organized: GHS Labels

Get Organized: GHS Labels

One easy way to get organized – and stay OSHA compliant – is to make sure your secondary chemical containers are properly labelled. OSHA’s Globally Harmonized System for Hazard Communication (GHS) guidelines went into full effect in 2017. One of the requirements is... Continue reading →