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Auto Mechanics Exposure to Asbestos

Auto mechanics and repair technicians are exposed to many hazards in their jobs. This includes slips and falls, particles in the eye,..

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Risks and Safety Plans for Auto Part Stores

I’m just the owner of an auto parts store. How much risk do I really have in my business?

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Safety Controls for your Restaurant

By their very nature, restaurants present significant exposures when it comes to potential losses. That’s why owners and operators..

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Clear Contracts Needed as Co-working Expands

Co-working is the practice of sharing office space with other businesses, and it’s on the rise in the United States. Small companies..

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How Should I Store Idle Pallets?

Storing idle pallets can create a severe fire hazard, whether inside or outside your building. Wood pallets dry out and become..

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Safety in Manufacturing: Where to Start

When it comes to safety and compliance, knowing where to begin is often the biggest obstacle employers face. Between OSHA compliance,..

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Metal Fabrication and Machine Shop Safety

Several severe injuries recently occurred in metal fabrication operations and machine shops insured by West Bend. These accidents..

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West Bend Auto Services Program

If your business is an automobile, body, and paint shop; an automobile and light truck repair or service shop; or an automobile..

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Help Reduce Winter Slips and Falls

Tough winters like this one can be very hard on private passenger and light truck vehicles. Everything from batteries to coolant..

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Tips to Help Prepare Your OSHA 300 Log

Did you know your OSHA log must be posted by February 1, 2014? OSHA 300 logs and summary pages can be confusing and time consuming if..

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