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Safety and the Smart Factory
As more companies adopt Industry 4.0 technologies, the factories of yesterday are getting smarter and turning into—well, smart factories. These changes are helping manufacturers become more efficient, effective, and profitable.
Regardless of where you live, taking time to prepare is important in preventing wildfires and reducing the likelihood of property damage or bodily injury should a wildfire occur.
Almost overnight, millions of people faced stay-at-home orders and began working from home. In an early study on COVID-19 and work from home, researchers from MIT, Stanford, and the National Bureau of Economic Research found that 34 percent of people surveyed were working from home full-time as early as the first week of April.
Auto repair technicians and shop employees work with dangerous tools, chemicals, and machinery, which can put them at greater risk for accidents and injuries, potentially leading to negative effects for the business and employees. Listed below are some practical steps to follow to mitigate accidents.
Toolbox safety meetings have become common on construction sites, with employees huddled around the gang box on Monday mornings. At these meetings, they are often given a handout on a topic that will be discussed and review the work that will be performed for the week. Unfortunately, many of these meetings fall short of their intended goal—especially when employees tune out and miss critical information.
Being on the water in a kayak or canoe can be a fun, environmentally friendly way to get outside. Whether your adventure involves oceans, lakes, or rivers, here are a few tips to help you have a safe, enjoyable trip.

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