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What’s Your Water Wizardry? 5 Tips for Drinking Enough Water

We talk a lot on our blog about the importance of hydration for staying healthy and safe, but I’ll be honest with you. Sometimes I find it hard to make sure I’m getting all my water in! I know I need to do it, but other things happen. So even though I have a bunch of water bottles (I live in the desert, after all) I bought myself another one. It’s meant to carry all your water for the day, according to the general recommendations (64 ounces). It has different times of day listed on it as a guide. If it’s 10 am and I haven’t hit that line yet, I know I have some drinking (water) to do!

By |2021-03-15T09:31:36-07:00March 15th, 2021|Safety Everywhere, Wellness|0 Comments

13 Safety Tips for Dog Groomers

February is Responsible Pet Owners Month, and lots of people consider grooming an important part of pet ownership. We do - that’s our Heinz-57 breed Oakley up there on the table! There are a lot of potential safety issues when it comes to grooming our beloved pets. We found some tips and tricks for everyone to stay bite and injury-free while you’re clipping the hounds.

By |2021-02-16T10:20:18-08:00February 23rd, 2021|Injury prevention, Safety Everywhere|0 Comments

Why Should You Lift The Surface Of Your Folding Table?

The idea for our folding table riser products all started with another company that we owned: a catering business. Most folding tables are designed for banquet height, which is about 29-30” above the ground. It’s usually the perfect height for sitting and eating. Other benefits of folding tables is that they’re pretty inexpensive and can be repurposed for a variety of uses. As caterers, we often used them for preparing the food. The problem was that the right height for eating is not the right height for standing. Our workers had to crouch down to work, which hurt their backs.

By |2020-11-03T11:18:16-08:00November 17th, 2020|Injury prevention, Safety Everywhere|0 Comments

8 Quick Ways to Maximize Getting Back Your Extra Hour

This year we’ll be “falling back” one hour on November 1 as we transition away from Daylight Savings Time. The change in clocks is also a great time to take care of some other chores that occur every six months or so. They can help you and your family stay safe in your home.

By |2020-10-20T09:03:20-07:00October 27th, 2020|Safety Everywhere, Work From Home|0 Comments

DJs Do the Safety Dance

Many of our clients spin the turntables on top of folding tables. They love our folding table risers that lift up the surface so they don’t have to crouch over their equipment. We wanted to show love for our DJ clients by keeping them safe! Here are some tips for DJs to maintain their safety while they’re providing fun for their clients

By |2020-07-14T12:34:59-07:00July 28th, 2020|Safety Everywhere, Wellness|0 Comments

4 Fast Fixes for Summertime so the Party’s E-Z

Your summertime party might look a little different this year, with coronavirus still stirring up trouble. But that doesn’t mean you can’t have some fun with a (carefully curated) group of friends or your family. Have fun - safely.

By |2020-06-23T14:01:57-07:00June 23rd, 2020|Safety Everywhere|0 Comments

Sustainability is Still Important… Whether You’re Working From Home or Not

Working from home is here to stay, for those whose jobs allow for it. Many of our clients will be back to work on their warehouse floor, some in offices, and some at home. No matter where you are, World Environment Day (on June 5) is a reminder that staying green is still important! Here are some ways that you can remain sustainable, no matter where your workspace happens to be.

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