ALERT Learn More | NASP Certification Program: The Path to Success Has Many Routes. Choose Yours

Safety Products Inc. Staff


About Safety Products Inc. Staff

Safety Products Inc provides a safety partnership with all of the companies we do business with. In this partnership we supply the occupational safety and work zone equipment you need to keep your employees safe, but we also offer service and support to the products we sell.

  • Follow us on Facebook
  • Follow us on Facebook
  • Follow us on LinkedIn
  • Follow us on Twitter

Featured Location

Safety Products Inc
3517 Craftsman Blvd
Lakeland , FL , 33803

Safety Moments by Safety Products Inc. Staff

Image for Hi-Visibility Clothing
When I got to the site, I realized I left my safety vest in the truck. I was only going to be there for a few minutes, so I didn't want to walk all the way back for it. But when I was talking to...
Image for Heart Risks: AEDs and CPR in the Workplace
I was chatting with a foreman the other day and he collapsed out of the blue. I was stunned and I had no idea what to do. A driver jumped out of his truck and ran to the AED station. He used the...
Image for Scaffolding Safety
Last week, I watched a work colleague of mine being driven off to the hospital in an ambulance. He had been working on a scaffold when the planking gave way. His harness saved him from falling forty...
Image for Keeping Your Hands Safe
You kind of take your hands for granted sometimes. Anytime you want to use your wrench or screwdriver, you just reach out and grab it without having to think about it much. I never thought I'd...
Image for Lockout-Tagout Procedures
I work at a meat processing plant. One day, it was my turn to clean the machine so I turned it off, waited until the conveyor stopped, and double-checked to make sure it was safe to get started. A...
Image for Using Incentive Programs to Promote Workplace Safety
A few years ago, I worked for a factory where they gave our teams rewards whenever our safety numbers were good. One time, I didn't bother putting on safety gloves and I cut myself opening up a box...

Articles by Safety Products Inc. Staff

An emergency rescue is not a bare-hands operation. Find out what equipment your rescue team will need.
OSHA's Hazard Communication Standard provides uniform labeling for chemical safety hazards. Learn more about it and your obligations as an employer.
Confined spaces on construction sites need to be approached with special care. Find out what you need to know to keep workers safe and stay compliant.
Hurricanes are becoming more larger and more frequent. Is your workplace ready?
Behavior Based Safety holds a lot of promise but only if it's done right. Learn about the common missteps that keep companies from benefiting.
OSHA's list of most cited violations is a call to action. Learn more about what we need to do to ensure everyone's safety.
Dust is everywhere on a construction site, and it can be a serious risk. Learn about the risk of silica exposure and what to do about it.
Slips, trips, and falls are some of the most commonly reported workplace injuries. Use these tips to keep your workers safe and on their feet.

Q&A by Safety Products Inc. Staff

Featured Companies

Go back to top