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On Location with Kris Industrial Curtain Randall Manufacturing

Kristine On Location: Holland Bulb Farms

Posted on: November 20th, 2013 by joreilly No Comments

Kristine Grudis, Randall Manufacturing’s Warehouse Territory Manager, is on the road again.  In this interview she’s On Location at Holland Bulb Farms speaking with its president and owner, Jon Studer. Jon shares with Kristine why he chose Randall’s Industrial Curtains to help contain dirt and dust in his facility.

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Warehouse Employees Pushin’ the Load Limits? Safe Lifting Techniques.

Posted on: June 28th, 2013 by joreilly No Comments

Lifting and carrying are power jobs – when you lift and carry the wrong way, you can damage your back. Back injuries are the most common type of injury in the workplace, resulting in approximately 236,000 cases involving days away from work in 2007. Over half of these injuries are from lifting. Back injuries may […]

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June National Safety Month – Prevent Forklift Driver Injuries

Posted on: June 26th, 2013 by joreilly No Comments

There are many types of powered industrial trucks. Each type presents different operating hazards. For example, a sit-down, counterbalanced high-lift rider truck is more likely than a motorized hand truck to be involved in a falling load accident because the sit-down rider truck can lift a load much higher than a hand truck. Workplace type […]

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Industrial Curtain Hardware – Track and Trolley Options

Posted on: May 30th, 2013 by joreilly No Comments

Industrial curtains are quick and easy to install. Randall offers a wide variety of durable hardware options to ensure the proper installation for your application. One way to hang your industrial curtain is by a track and trolley system.      Roller Track 16 gauge galvanized steel roller track Up to 20 feet long Holes […]

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Series: Noise Control 101

Posted on: May 28th, 2013 by joreilly No Comments

Part 4:  Noise Controls – Source Modification A noise problem has three parts:  a source; a path; the receiver (employee). Intervention at any point in the path from the source to the receiver can reduce employee exposure to noise. Noise produced by a source travels outward in all directions. If walls, floors, and ceiling are […]

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Series: Noise Control 101

Posted on: May 23rd, 2013 by joreilly No Comments

  Part 3:  Noise Controls – Engineering Controls Noise controls can be divided into three types:  administrative controls; engineering controls; personal protective equipment. Engineering controls involve modifying or replacing equipment, or making related physical changes at the noise source or along the transmission path (with the exception of hearing protection) to reduce the noise level at […]

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When to Use Welding Curtains vs Welding Screens

Posted on: May 20th, 2013 by joreilly No Comments

  You understand the importance of protecting employees from grinding omissions, welding arcs, light sparking, and dust contaminants. Now you have to decide what product will give you the best results? There are two options – welding curtains or welding screens.   Randall Welding Curtains: Can hang from a rod on rings Can hang from […]

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Series: Noise Control 101

Posted on: May 9th, 2013 by joreilly No Comments

  Part 1:  OSHA Stats & Facts OSHA’s research shows: Hearing loss to be a significant workplace health issue, with more than 20,000 workers annually experiencing hearing loss. Only 34 percent of workers exposed to potentially harmful noise levels wear hearing protective devices (HPDs). Estimated 5% of workers receive the noise reduction rating (NRR) from […]

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Industrial Curtain Hardware – Hanging Options

Posted on: May 7th, 2013 by joreilly No Comments

  Industrial curtains are quick and easy to install. Randall offers a wide variety of hardware options to ensure the proper installation for your application. If you are looking to hang your industrial curtains, we have four simple hardware options available.                Floor Mounted Designed to create a free-standing […]

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How Important is Using a Welding Curtain?

Posted on: April 17th, 2013 by joreilly No Comments

  Protecting employees is essential to any business. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requires welding curtains be used to protect workers and others in the area from ultraviolet radiation, be noncombustible or flameproof, and must not restrict ventilation. There are many risks to employees who do not use a welding curtain or screen. […]

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