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The Most Dangerous Tools Used By Artisan Contractors
Mishandling and the improper use of tools is one of the most dangerous exposures that artisan contractors come across day to day on the job.
Facility Maintenance Products: Hazardous Waste
Facility cleaning crews use a plethora of cleaning supplies to maintain a clean and healthy environment in their facilities.
The Greatest Risk of Glass Manufacturing
There are inherent risks across all industries and all jobs within those industries.
Sign Manufacturing: How To NOT Handle Hazardous Materials
Hazardous materials are at the center of many compliance laws and regulations when it comes to disposing of them.
The Segments of the Horticulture Industry
The horticulture industry has varying segments, each of which has their own unique risks.
Benefits of Specialized Coverage for Artisan Contractors
Plumbers, Electricians, and HVAC contractors fall under NIP Program’s segment of artisan contractors.
Excavation: Examples of Claims
The site excavation and earth moving industry is one of the most risk prone stages of construction projects.
Chemical Hazards Of Melting And Forming Glass
Working with glass involves many inherent risks like being around high temperature kilns, ergonomic stress from hours of work in awkward positions, and of course, burns.
Roadway Sign Installation Risks
Being on a highway in the safety of a car is dangerous enough as it is, but when working on or above a highway, the safety hazard escalates.
Colorado Road Construction Accident
A tractor trailer on Highway 69 near the town of Westcliffe, Colorado collided with a vehicle stopped at a construction site with workers present.
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