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Stay Safe During the Holidays

Dec 21 2020

Can you believe it’s December already? Although it is a busy month for many, we also get to spread holiday cheer, relax and spend time (safely) with family. However, it also means this is the month to be a little extra cautious to keep those around you safe, especially as temperatures drop and the sun sets earlier. Here are a few ways to stay safe during the holidays: For your team:  Now that it’s the end of the year, it’s a great time to assess the safety gear provided for your team. Is anything worn, old or broken? Are there...

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We Are Thankful for You!

Nov 24 2020

2020 has certainly been a tough year, and with this being the month of giving thanks, we want to express our gratitude and say what we are most thankful for: you!  Thank you to our customers. OBBCO Safety & Supply wouldn’t be here without our customers; you trust us to supply the proper gear and equipment to keep you and your teams safe. Over the past 35 years, our customers have helped us grow and expand our company. We love hearing from each and every one of you, and hope that when you call our office, you hear a familiar voice...

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4 Scary Workplace Accidents, and How to Avoid Them

Oct 26 2020

October may be the month of spooky stories, but scary workplace accidents can happen year-round. In fact, according to the National Safety Council, it happens every seven seconds. Of course, these injuries range in severity, and happen across all different injuries - even in offices. Here are four of the most common workplace accidents: FALLS Falls make up 33.5% of deaths in construction, and are incredibly common throughout all worksites that require ladders. One fall resulting in injury can keep a worker off of the job for weeks, or even months. Fall protection is also one of the top cited safety violations by...

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Storm Safety Tips

Sep 24 2020

Whether you are on the job site, or just out and about during a storm, you should always be mindful of potential dangers and take the precautions to keep you and your team or family safe. 

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