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Combustibles 101: How to Store, Handle and Use Gasoline and Diesel Fuel Safely

Every year, hundreds and thousands of fires are intensified by combustible materials. A combustible material is one of which will ignite and burn or will add appreciable heat to an ambient fire.

Top 5 Occupational Hazards in Your Auto Shop: Keeping Mechanics & Technicians Safe

The most recent Bureau of Labor Statistics injury and illness report revealed that auto mechanics and technicians experienced 13,150 nonfatal occupational injuries and illnesses resulting in valuable time away from work.

Controlling the Flames: Commercial Kitchen Fire Safety

Five beef wellington, two scampi, three risotto - on the fly! Commercial kitchens are often hectic environments with a lot going on; from chefs churning out order after order to servers running back and forth trying to keep the tables turning.

Grain Storage Bins: 3 Crucial Hazards to Keep in Mind

Grain handling facilities are those that may handle, store, receive, process and ship bulk raw agricultural commodities such as oats, barley, corn, wheat, etc. These facilities include feed mills, flour mills, grain elevators, dry corn mills and much more.