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IDEAL INDUSTRIES
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Lockout Or Tagout Kit,Ideal,Job Site,25 Pieces
Part #: 44-979
Lockout Or Tagout Kit,Ideal,Job Site,25 Pieces
Brady
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MINI CABLE LOCKOUT W/METAL CABLE
Part #: 50940
MINI CABLE LOCKOUT W/METAL CABLE
Sign,B555,10x7,Bk/Rd/Wt,DANGER LOCK-,1EA
Part #: 127566
Sign,B555,10x7,Bk/Rd/Wt,DANGER LOCK-,1EA
Sign,B401,14x10,Bk/Rd/Wt,DGR LOCK-,1EA
Part #: 127570
Sign,B401,14x10,Bk/Rd/Wt,DGR LOCK-,1EA
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SftySign,7x10,D7144,DPolyVyl,RD/BL/WH,EA
Part #: PLVS0710D7144
SftySign,7x10,D7144,DPolyVyl,RD/BL/WH,EA
SftySign,10x14,D7144,DPolyVyl,EA
Part #: PLVS1014D7144
SftySign,10x14,D7144,DPolyVyl,EA
SftySign,7x10,D7144,Poly,RD/BL/WH,EA
Part #: PRS0710D7144
SftySign,7x10,D7144,Poly,RD/BL/WH,EA
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  • NEW Lockout/Tagout Training Program “The Control of Hazardous Energy”
    NEW Lockout/Tagout Training Program “The Control of Hazardous Energy”

    IDEAL is pleased to introduce a NEW Lockout/Tagout training program entitled “The Control of Hazardous Energy”. This all inclusive training program outlines the requirements to comply with OSHA 1910.147 – “which applies to the control of energy during servicing and/or maintenance of machines and equipment.”

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  • Appleton Grp LLC
    9377 West Higgins Road
    Rosemont, IL 60018
    847-268-6247
  • IDEAL INDUSTRIES, INC.
    1375 Park Avenue
    Sycamore, IL 60178
    800-435-0705

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    Utilization of Proper Technologies Key to Ensuring Electrical Safety

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    Thanks to major safety improvements, the number of fatal electrical injuries in the workplace has steadily decreased over the past 20 years, from 334 in 1992 to 139 in 2013.

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