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Industrial Safety isn’t something to fool around with. But that doesn't mean you need to torture yourself reading regulations and standards written for rocket scientists. There's a better way to keep up with the best safety practices pertaining to the hazards you face daily. Dave and Bacon's Safety Tales brings you weekly advice, news, interviews with industry leaders and real life safety stories from people who don't write about safety for a living. They live it.
 
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Listen now to learn more about confined spaces, gas monitor styles and the kinds of hazardous gases you may come in contact with. Learn why hanging on to your 10-year old gas monitor is kind of like betting on a minivan in the Daytona 500.Quad City Safety による
 
Dropped object prevention. That’s what the Quad City Safety guys are talking about this week. Join Dave White and Fred Radunzel as they speak to Craig Myhre, Regional Sales Manager at Ergodyne®, on recent changes in tool tethering solutions and guidelines.Quad City Safety による
 
On the job, being prepared in the event of an accident can mean the difference between someone sustaining a minor injury or someone not making it home at all. Quad City Safety’s Dave White and Fred Radunzel drive that point home in this week’s podcast.Quad City Safety による
 
Listen Now to hear more about:Why all disposable clothing is NOT created equal, how understanding protection levels when choosing disposable suits benefits everyone, and exactly how important it is that the protection factor of disposable suits matches the hazards it's up against. Plus more!Quad City Safety による
 
Your safety program is like an insurance policy. We don’t want accidents to happen, but if they do — you better have a shot at coming out the other side in one piece. Let Dave & Fred tell you more about keeping those "policies" up to date.Quad City Safety による
 
Common sense would tell us that if we're suiting up with other types of PPE, we should check whether we need a respirator. This week's Safety Tales episode covers safety behavior, the ROI of safety spending, and why engineering controls won't eliminate danger- but they sure help!Quad City Safety による
 
The importance of knowing your fall protection can't be stressed enough. Today, Dave & Fred discuss leading edge fall protection and why we should actually use the tools that give us the advantages we need on the job site.Quad City Safety による
 
Workers with zero level of give a hoot up the danger quotient on a jobsite big time. Whether it's a newbie on the job or a worker whose just become too complacent, get some insight from the guys who've been there and learned how to deal with these problems before it costs someone their life.Quad City Safety による
 
The guys give the nitty, gritty lowdown on glove selection. Why? Because all hand protection is not created equal. Seriously, think about Michael Jackson. What the heck was the point of that glove. Does anyone know?Quad City Safety による
 
In todays episode, ol’ Uncle Dave tells a few tales about why he takes safety so seriously. From his daddy’s time in Vietnam to when Dave was an accountant—there’s more than a few reasons why Dave says “screw other people’s safety baseline”. Namely, those pesky chronic hazards that get overlooked.Quad City Safety による
 
Since you're listening to a podcast, we're going to guess that you appreciate the magical ability you have to hear things. But, did you know that the job you do every day may be causing damage over time? Working in an environment with excessive noise isn't the only cause for concern. Find out what you should do to keep your ears in tip-top shape no…
 
Athletes are trained, skilled people who use specific equipment to get their jobs done. Not so different from the industrial worker. You're skilled. You have to account for loads of variables when choosing your equipment. Let's talk about how you should be getting a foothold on your safety equipment from the ground up.…
 
Somewhere around 330,000 injuries happen each year in construction. Wouldn't it be smart to know a little bit about how to react to them? Maybe even keep some first aid on hand for those critical first moments? Listen in for our take on common sense for first aid.Quad City Safety による
 
Industrial safety isn’t something to fool around with. But that doesn't mean you need to torture yourself trying to read regulations and standards written for rocket scientists. There's a better way to keep up with the best safety practices pertaining to the hazards you face daily.Dave and Bacon's Safety Tales brings you weekly advice, news, interv…
 
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