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  • Posted on May 4, 2015 by TREENSAFETY                 Beat the Heat Heat stroke and heat exhaustion are the most serious health illnesses caused by hot environments, and are a real danger to people who work outside in the warmer months. Here are some safety tips for keeping cool while working outdoors this summer: Avoid sun exposure. Move as many tasks as possible indoors or into the shade. When that’s not possible, erect a temporary...
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  • Posted on  April 27, 2015  by TREENSAFETY Capital Safety has learned of broken screw heads in a limited number of Protecta brand Rebel Self-Retracting Lifelines (SRLs) that were manufactured between April 1st, 2014 and November 30th, 2014. The affected models are AD110BC, AD115BCand AD120BC. There have been no reports of injuries or incidents associated with this condition. This condition does not represent a risk to the safety of the users of Rebel. This is not a...
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  • Posted on  February 17, 2015  by TREENSAFETY The 3.6 magnitude earthquake that struck off the coast of Vancouver on Saturday teamed with news that a 6.9 magnitude earthquake struck Northern Japan on Tuesday are strong reminders that we should be prepared for ‘the next big one’.  Throughout the province we are susceptible to a wide range of disasters such as extreme weather events, flooding, wildland fires, tsunamis, earthquakes, landslides,...
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  • Posted on  March 24, 2015  by TREENSAFETY
  • Posted on  March 16, 2015  by TREENSAFETY Oh Canada! It’s easy to think of maple syrup and bacon when considering Canadian-made products, but do you know the extent of the variety of products that are being manufactured in Canada? Even your safety spend can support ‘made in Canada’?  We all know it’s good to buy Canadian-made, but why? And what benefits can you gain from purchasing Canadian-made safety products? Here are five reasons to support Canadian-made safety...
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  • Posted on  March 10, 2015  by TREENSAFETY Spring is certainly in the air; as temperatures begin to rise and as days get longer it’s a great time to spring clean your facility. Feedback from the Treen Safety team is that they frequently encounter facilities who are unsure of how often they are required to clean and maintain their eyewash stations and first-aid supplies.  In many cases a lot of effort and care is taken in the initial planning and set up of eyewash stations and...
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