We know the shop can be a bustling environment. Between the busy nature of the shop and the use of different tools, accidents can happen.
In the midst of summer, staying cool to avoid heatstroke is a must. Climbing temperatures and having employees work in the heat is a safety concern.
The first day of summer is in the rear-view mirror, so temperatures are on the rise pretty much everywhere from coast to coast.
National Safety Month is in full swing, and with it comes several new Kimball Midwest safety products. These new items are in addition to the already extensive list of safety products we offer.
Despite the many safety measures required by law, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reports there were 5,190 fatal work injuries in the United States in 2021.
Depending on where you live, the cliché of April showers bringing May flowers might not ring true. Kimball Midwest’s customers live and work from coast to coast in a wide variety of climates.
It’s no secret, electricity is hot! Wires, circuits and terminals should be assumed to always have live wires. Because of this, electrical safety is of utmost importance to you, your shop, employees and customers.
It might be true that accidents happen, but surely every employer and employee would agree it’s good to keep them to a minimum. Regardless, especially in industrial contexts, it’s critical to have the right equipment on hand in case something does happen.
Winter is here, which means shorter days, cold temperatures and snow for many people.
As the beautiful red and yellow leaves of fall start to drop in most parts of the country, cold weather is fast approaching. That means it’s time to start winterizing the shop. Kimball Midwest is here to help with your preparations against shorter days and drops in temperatures.
In the world of maintenance, repair and operations, fluid flow can be among the most complex subjects.
Disasters can be hard to prepare for. Typically, they are unexpected, and each comes with a unique situation to overcome the damages or losses. While Kimball Midwest can’t predict disasters that may occur, we can help our customers be prepared when one strikes.