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Welding Safety and Protection

Jan 28, 2014

If you are in the automotive, roads and fuel industry, chances are, like many of our AICC program members, you have a welding operation on site. Certified welders will have gone through mandatory training courses on safe work practices, but it’s important that... Read more →

Developing an Effective Safety and Health Management System

Jan 23, 2014

The best Safety and Health Management Systems (S&HMS) involve every level of the organization, instilling a safety culture that reduces accidents for workers and improves the bottom line for managers. When safety and health are part of the organization and a way of life, everyone wins. Read more →

Safety Tips for Extreme Cold Weather

Jan 15, 2014

As record low temperatures envelop the nation, it’s important to take cold weather safety precautions before venturing outside to avoid injury and stay safe. Below are some tips to help prevent frostbite, hypothermia, and other cold weather dangers. Avoid Hypothermia and Frostbite When exposed to cold... Read more →

How to Prevent Winter Slips and Falls

Dec 24, 2013

Slips and falls continue to be a loss leader within the AICC group. With unpredictable weather in the northeast, the winter months have proven to be a challenging time for preventing slips and falls related to snow and ice. No one wants an employee to get injured. That is... Read more →

Safe Use of Compressed Gas Cylinders on the Job

Dec 13, 2013

If your workplace contains compressed gas, there are several hazards to consider to avoid a potentially dangerous workplace accident. Make sure you read all supplied documentation before handling. Labels on the cylinder and the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) supplied with the gas will contain information on its hazardous... Read more →

Handling 55 Gallon Drums Safely

Nov 21, 2013

There are many occasions when employees are not fully informed about the hazards of workplace items and the safety protocols surrounding them. Here at AWANE, we have written some simple tips for safely keeping and handling 55 gallon drums. In the Read more →