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Spring mulching season has been well underway over the past month or so. Your customers appreciate a good quality mulch that improves the overall look of their home’s landscape. But keep in mind several simple rules to prevent mulch from smoldering, catching fire, and potentially resulting in considerable damage to residences and buildings. Excess Mulch […]
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It’s easy to say safety matters at your company but implementing safety programs that are effective is another matter. In the case of Green Lawn Fertilizing, based in West Chester, Pennsylvania, they have recently implemented an interesting safe driving incentive program that got its roots back in 2006. The company was in its third year […]
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Creating a safety culture requires a concerted effort from the top down to those in the field. Training employees from day one safe operating procedures can reduce many common accidents from occurring. According to OSHA, 49.6 percent of the people involved in accidents had been with their employer for less than one year. This drives […]
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