Category Archives: Workplace Safety

The Blessings Our Industrial Cleaning and Industrial Flooring Provides

"What if you woke up today with only the things you thanked God for yesterday?" (Author Unknown) [caption id="attachment_2899" align="alignleft" width="169"] One job provides work for many. Count the number of employees working to clean this accumulator tower.[/caption] The Plymouth colonists in 1621, had good reason to be thankful. Of the 102 passengers on board the…
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Cleaning a Sulfuric Acid Tank Is No Treat (but it can be quite tricky)

[caption id="attachment_2874" align="alignleft" width="169"] Depending on the job, confined space cleaning may require chemical resistant outerwear.[/caption] What may look like a Halloween costume of a character from a horror film, is actually part of the protective gear one of our associates donned before entering the confined space of an emptied sulfuric acid tank. For those…
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Staging Materials for a Job

Staging Materials for a Job Sometimes we forget about the amount of work that goes on just to get ready for a job we have contracted to do. The job could be an industrial flooring installation, concrete floor repair, or it could be a specialized industrial cleaning job. But regardless of the job, it starts…
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Industrial Cleaning without Disruption

[caption id="attachment_2719" align="alignleft" width="300"] By covering equipment and sectioning off the area being cleaned, facilities can often be cleaned without a complete shutdown.[/caption] In most industries, there will come a day when the facility will shut down for repairs and cleaning. The question of whether or not to shut down just doesn’t come up. Most…
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