12 12, 2016

Become a confinedr Technician

By |December 12th, 2016|Safety|0 Comments

hiring-confinedr-technicians_final_2016Interested in becoming a part the confinedr Team at Code Red Safety? We will be having a training class to become a confinedr Technician at our Hammond, IN Branch from January 30-February 3, 2017.  The classroom is only open to 20 qualified students, so please register early as the class fills up quickly! For more [...]

5 11, 2016

Taktik Terkenal Situs Judi Dominoqq Online Dapat dipercaya

By |November 5th, 2016|Safety|0 Comments

  Taktik Terkenal Situs Judi Dominoqq Online Dapat dipercaya! Bertepatan dengan berubah menjadi permainan fundamen untuk orang dewasa. Permainan kartu dominoqq judi online pula mungkin sebagai waktu yang baik untuk beberapa anak. Ini dapat dijalankan untuk Anda untuk main kartu online tiada cost di Kasual Ajang sewaktu bicara dengan orang yang di cintai pada saat [...]

26 09, 2016

2nd Annual Charity Benefit for Our Lady of the Lake Children’s Hospital

By |September 26th, 2016|News|0 Comments

    Code Red Safety was a proud sponsor at the Westlake Chemical 2nd Annual Golf Tournament that was held at the Pelican Point Golf Course in Gonzales, LA on Monday September 19th. Proceeds from the event benefitted the Our Lady of the Lake Children’s Hospital to continue their outstanding programs and local support of [...]

24 08, 2016

Chicago Air and Water Show 2016

By |August 24th, 2016|News, Safety|0 Comments

This past weekend was the annual Air and Water Show in Chicago. If you’ve never seen it put it on your calendar for next year, it is well worth it. Along with the great entertainment there is the vibe of walking along the lake and taking in some of the best that Chicago has to [...]

2 08, 2016

Is 30 SPF sun screen twice as effective as 15 SPF?

By |August 2nd, 2016|Safety|0 Comments

Is 30 SPF sun screen twice as effective as 15 SPF?  If you don’t know you should read below – it will save you money and improve your health! Non-melanoma skin cancer caused primarily by over exposure to the sun is now the most common type of cancer in America. Over 3.5 million new cases were [...]

27 07, 2016

How to Get Your Employees to Wear Personal Protective Clothing

By |July 27th, 2016|Safety|0 Comments

Managers know the importance of protective clothing on dangerous worksites, but not all employees are convinced. Not only can it be frustrating as a manager to see subordinates ignoring the dress code, it can be downright dangerous and put your company at financial risk. Visit the Miller Precision Enterprises, Inc. Blog to find out how [...]

13 07, 2016

Aloha from Hawaii

By |July 13th, 2016|News, Safety|0 Comments

Recently Code Red Safety was asked to provide Safety, Hole Watch, Fire Watch, and Air Tech Duties for a turnaround in Hawaii. While there are many companies that this plant could have used to assist with these functions they requested Code Red Safety. Currently there is a team of 24 people providing support for the [...]

8 07, 2016

Your Life is in Danger

By |July 8th, 2016|Safety|0 Comments

Your life is in danger, (every time you drive), see the stats below: In 2014 3,179 people were killed and 431,000 were injured by distracted drivers. Texting while driving caused an estimated 1,600,000 accidents last year. – per the National Safety Council.  This is almost 25% of all accidents. At any one moment it is [...]

22 06, 2016

Heat Stroke

By |June 22nd, 2016|Safety|0 Comments

Is your co-worker suffering from heat stroke – here are the signs to look for: Mental confusion – are they having difficulty focusing on easy tasks, do they seem confused when? speaking with them, are they asking or speaking unintelligibly?  These are all signs of mental confusion that can be brought on by heat stroke. [...]

17 06, 2016

Honoring the Houston Area Safety Council

By |June 17th, 2016|Safety|0 Comments

Code Red Safety was excited for the opportunity to provide a hole sponsorship in the Pasadena Chamber of Commerce golf tournament 2016 honoring the Houston Area Safety Council.