Welcome to Applied's Newsletters where you will discover ways to help keep you and your project safe as well tips that can be applied to your everyday lives. This will also be a great tool to help keep you up to date on current safety topics, industry safety standards, and changes to federal regulations. After reviewing each monthly issue, you will have a chance to enter in the monthly prize drawing as well as the annual drawing! Please be sure to submit your entry by the 25th of each month to be eligible for drawings.

Slips, Trips, and Falls

The second most common cause of workplace injury is a trip or slip hazard that leads to a fall. 20 – 30% of workplace falls result in moderate or severe injury like deep bruising, broken bones, or concussions.

Tornado Preparedness and Response

Tornadoes can occur with little or no warning. Taking precautions in advance of the storms, such as developing and emergency plan. Learning the warning signs, and monitoring tornado watches and warnings, can help you stay safe if a tornado occurs in your area. 

Trenching and Excavation

More than likely we have all been involved with an open ditch or some type of excavation with our jobs. This newsleeter contains beneficial inforamtion to help you understand the importance of trenching and excavation safety.

Insect Bites + Stings

Stinging and biting insects, scorpions and snakes can be hazardous to outdoor workers. Stinging or biting insects inclkude bees, wasps, hornets, and fire ants.

The health effects of stinging or biting insects or scorpions rane from mild discomfort or pain, to a lethal reaction for those workers allergic to the insect's venom.

Safety First

2024 has kicked off to a good start and we are excited for what this year will bring. In addition to some new gear and new features from the Applied team this year, we are changing up our Monthly Newsletter as well. Be on the look out for industry relative information and also some creative ways for you to win some awesome Applied gear.

Hose Safety

Best Practices in Hose Safety Hose safety often does not get the attention it deserves. Proper hose and fitting selection are critical to the safety of both your people...

Winter Safety Stats

Winter is upon us and tis’ the season for slick roads, wet floors, and miserably cold weather. Safety needs to be the top priority for workplaces affected by snow and sleet. Here are a few things to keep in mind when you are out and about this winter, whether it be in the workplace or on your time off.

Learn Before the Burn

Is your workplace or home fireproof? Each year, the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) celebrates National Fire Safety Month in October with Oct. 7th-13th being National Fire Prevention Week and Oct. 13th being National Home Fire Drill Day.

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