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Coating Solutions to Help Keep Your Staff Well

on May 22, 2020 3:00:00 PM By | Jason Parker | 0 Comments | Safety commercial
Coatings have an important role to play in maintaining health and safety in the workplace. Many coatings have performance qualities that make it easier to clean, disinfect, protect, or maintain facilities. More than ever, leaders are looking for ways to extend those benefits.
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Steps You Can Take To Keep Your Workforce Healthy

on May 18, 2020 4:30:00 PM By | Jason Parker | 0 Comments | Maintenance Industrial Projects Safety
Health and safety are on everyone’s minds as businesses reopen. Leaders at commercial and industrial workplaces can take steps to protect their employees and the public. The more employers take action, the easier it will be to maintain the state’s progress against coronavirus while ensuring businesses can continue operating.
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Is Now a Good Time to Paint Your Facility

on May 11, 2020 11:16:32 AM By | Kevin Hughes | 0 Comments | Industrial Projects Safety
Many organizations put off their commercial painting projects this past March. Now, with some workplaces starting to return to daily use, it’s important to review those plans.
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Why Painting Safety Should Matter to You, the Business Owner

on Nov 26, 2019 8:15:00 AM By | Jason Parker | 0 Comments | Commercial Painting Coatings Safety
When performing an industrial or commercial painting project, there are many potential hazards to be aware of. As the business owner, you should feel confident your commercial painting contractors have both the safety training and the insurance to mitigate any risks.
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Understanding The Costs of Commercial Painting

on Nov 5, 2019 12:43:00 PM By | Jason Parker | 0 Comments | Commercial Painting Coatings Safety
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Painting Hazards and Precautions

on Oct 22, 2019 8:00:00 AM By | Litton Parker | 0 Comments | Commercial Painting Safety
Painting your home or business is quite a bit of work but it has long-lasting rewards if done correctly. As with any home improvement task, there are risks that must be considered. Following instructions and using tools and equipment according to the specifications from the manufacturer, you can reduce your risk and prevent potential injury. Taking the necessary precautions will ensure the job goes as smoothly as possible with fewer glitches and minimal clean-up.
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Painting Around Customers: How to Not Deter Shoppers

on Oct 7, 2019 1:44:00 PM By | Litton Parker | 1 Comment | Commercial Painting Surface Prep Safety
Painting any type of area in a retail store can be a challenge. The key is to be able to complete the work without disrupting the flow of customers and preventing them from having access to the items they need. Any time you take on an activity that can disrupt your customers, you increase your liability. If you plan on undertaking a painting project, you will have to take the necessary precautions to keep your customers safe while you work.
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The Unique Challenges of Painting at Extreme Heights

on May 30, 2019 2:37:00 PM By | Litton Parker | 0 Comments | Commercial Painting Safety
Painting any large building is a monumental task, but when you add extreme heights to the equation, things can get downright dangerous. Even for the most enthusiastic DIYer, taking on a project such as painting a commercial or industrial building should be where you draw the line. If you're planning on having your commercial building painted in the near future, here are a few things to consider. 
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5 Tips for Painting an Occupied Commercial Space

on May 28, 2019 3:09:00 PM By | Jason Parker | 1 Comment | Commercial Painting Safety
  When all is going well with your commercial property, you probably have a lot of tenants in place. Of course, with more tenants comes more wear and tear, which means that the need to keep up the common areas of your property increases as well. The problem is that painting an occupied building is much harder than painting a vacant one. So here are a few tips to help you manage the project without all the headaches. 
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