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Friday, March 25, 2011

Graphic Products, Inc. Releases Free OSHA Top 10 Violations Guide

Jack Rubinger
Graphic Products, Inc.

Graphic Products, Inc. Releases Free OSHA Top 10 Violations Guide

Scaffolding and Ladder Safety, Respiratory Protection and Machine Guarding Threaten Thousands of Workers

Portland, OR – Graphic Products, Inc., whose DuraLabel printers and supplies are used to reinforce workplace safety, is making available a free copy of the “Top Ten OSHA Serious Violations in 2010.” The statistics are powerful. Each year, thousands of workers fall to their deaths from ladders and scaffolds, suffocate due to inadequate respiratory protection and sever limbs because of missing machine guards. While a certain number of incidents may be unavoidable, others can be prevented with the aid of visible signs and labels, personal protection equipment (PPE), comprehensive training and adherence to OSHA regulations.

Included in this seven page color guide are real life stories about workplace disasters that could have been avoided had OSHA safety guidelines been followed, the top 10 OSHA violations of 2010 along with references to the specific OSHA codes, plus violation comparisons from the past three years.

“Each year, we publish the OSHA Top Ten Violations for the previous year to assist our customers in identifying potential hazards in the workplace. We are pleased that once again this year we can also make free copies of this guide available,” said Steve Hudgik, Director of Marketing, Graphic Products, Inc.

To get your free copy fill out and submit the form below. Your guide to the 2010 Top Ten OSHA Violations will then be emailed to you. http://www.graphicproducts.com/free-gifts/free-top-ten-osha-violations.php.

More information can be found by visiting www.duralabel.com
or by calling 1-888-326-9244.
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