Sneha

Sneha is a content developer and SEO executive for SmartSign. Her strengths include producing technical, in-depth, industry-specific content for all to marvel at. An alumnus of Indian Institute of Mass Communication, Sneha received her Master’s degree in English Journalism in New Delhi, India. Prior to her Masters, she studied Biotechnology. And officially, she's an in-house nerd. From her previous company, she brings with her a rich experience of leading team of expert review writers.

Her penchant for digital archeology (sifting Google for hours to dig up facts that make up this world) is matched only by her love for graphs and pie charts. She believes that learning has no finish line. Sneha’s quick wit, humility, and cheerfulness make her a great person (and an awesome co-worker)!

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Forklift Safety Inspection: Quick Guide

Forklift Safety Inspection: Quick Guide

| May 29, 2018

We’ve already given you a brief on how to conduct a pre-start forklift inspection. Now here’s your complete A to Z guide on Forklift Safety Inspection. Among the many forklift inspection requirements, one key requirement is that only operators who have been trained and evaluated in accordance with OSHA standards should inspect forklifts. Forklift inspection can be […]

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3-Point Contact Labels Address Safety Concerns in Transportation Industry

3-Point Contact Labels Address Safety Concerns in Transportation Industry

| November 1, 2017

Falling or slipping from the truck while getting on or off is the most common cause of accidents among truckers. According to a study–spread over five years–by the Infrastructure Health & Safety Association, Canada, 50 percent of all injuries in trucking industry were a result of slips and falls. Such falls can lead to serious […]

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How to inspect scaffolding safety

How to inspect scaffolding safety

| October 16, 2017

Scaffolds can collapse due to instability or overloading. Always inspect scaffoldings to make sure hazards do not result in tragedies. When Should You Inspect Scaffolding? As per OSHA regulations, 29 CFR 1926.451, scaffolding should be inspected: after installation / before first use at least every week every time after adverse weather conditions like high wind […]

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Different types of heat stress

Different types of heat stress

| October 4, 2017

Heat stress is common among workers like firefighters, factory workers, miners, bakers, and farmers, who are exposed to high temperatures, whether indoors or outdoors. Heat stress at workplace is the combined result of body heat generated through physical exertion, environmental factors, and the clothes you wear. Heat stress takes various forms in heat-related illnesses like heat […]

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Crane Inspection Checklist

Crane Inspection Checklist

| September 14, 2017

Before conducting a successful crane safety inspection, it’s important to understand the kind of inspection you need to perform. Crane inspections are of two types—frequent and periodic [20 CFR 1910.179(j).] [Note that OSHA Standard 1910 covers only general industry. For cranes used in construction and shipyards, see 29 CFR parts 1926 and 1915, respectively.] Frequent […]

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ConeBoss Signs: Practical Accessories for Improved Safety

ConeBoss Signs: Practical Accessories for Improved Safety

| July 3, 2017

The humble traffic cone is the Swiss Army knife of traffic control tools. How do you make something so useful even better? Our line of ConeBoss signs, which turn your safety cones into safety signs. ConeBoss Signs are heavy-duty plastic signs with a holder that fits snugly on top of any standard cone. You can […]

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Our Wise Pigs Bring Workers Together for a Safer Workplace

Our Wise Pigs Bring Workers Together for a Safer Workplace

| May 18, 2017

Every job site has its own priorities and deadlines. It’s easy to lose sight of safety in such circumstances. Effective communication and good teamwork is key to making the workplace safer and more efficient. Good teams are built by sharing information and trust. Open communication ensures workers keep an eye on hazards and report them […]

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PPE signs come to your rescue at job sites

PPE signs come to your rescue at job sites

| March 28, 2017

The top 10 OSHA citations in 2016 included at least two violations for non-use of protective gear. Fall protection leading the list at # 1 and respiratory protection at #4. Year after year, Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) remains a top concern for safety inspectors, necessitating more awareness among workers about PPE. Most workers don’t wear […]

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Say no to pesticide spraying effortlessly

Say no to pesticide spraying effortlessly

| March 23, 2017

EPA research shows that U.S. pesticide usage totaled over 1.1 billion pounds yearly in both 2011 and 2012. An obvious sector that uses these pesticides is agricultural farm lands and product residues. Most of the produce grown in farms today are sprayed with synthetic pesticides to deter insects and rodents, and prevent weeds from destroying […]

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Is safety the first thing on your mind?

Is safety the first thing on your mind?

| March 17, 2017

Distractions are a fact of life at work. Noise, poor housekeeping, and personal issues have been issues since time immemorial, and the digital age has only made things worse. In hazardous workplaces, these distractions could prove fatal. Keep workers’ focus on safety at all times with Safety Reminder Signs. Falls, electric shocks, crashes, engulfment– accidents don’t […]

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Save lives with Peanut Allergy Safety Signs

Save lives with Peanut Allergy Safety Signs

| March 9, 2017

Nearly three million people in the U.S. report suffering from peanut allergies. Children make up about 2% of this group. Peanuts are surprisingly common in cuisine, as it is used to thicken chili and other sauces, for example. With so many people at risk and the ubiquitous nature of peanuts, organizations need to take extra […]

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