This information is from a pdf that you can view or download from the Kimberly-Clark website entitled "Are high speed dryers really worth the risk?"
Several new studies reveal that
high speed dryers can pose bacterial contamination, tenant dissatisfaction and other business…Continue
Added by Safetyguy08 on May 23, 2012 at 9:49am — No Comments
Press Release/October 2011:
The Professional Keratin Smoothing Council (Cadiveu, Keratin Complex, Marcia Teixeira, SalonTech, & Aerovex Systems) recommends that appropriate salon ventilation is being used for keratin hair smoothing treatments. Salons that are not equipped with the appropriate salon ventilation should NOT provide these services until this situation is corrected. …Continue
Added by Bonnie Duerst on October 26, 2011 at 12:08pm — No Comments
Added by Jennifer Maclachlan on June 14, 2011 at 3:15pm — No Comments
Three Dog Night used to sing "Open up the window let some air into this room"! With spring in full swing (depending on where you are reading this from) I know that for our family getting air circulation going again is paramount. According to the EPA, indoor air quality ranks in the top 5 most urgent environmental risks. Studies have found that indoor air pollution can be anywhere from 2 to 100 times higher than the air outside your home or place of work.
The first and most obvious…Continue
Added by Safetyguy08 on May 19, 2011 at 10:08am — No Comments
I recently posted a comment on my FaceBook status that said essentially "I take back all those times when, as a child, I didn't want to take a nap!" Needless to say that I got a lot of "likes" in response as well as a lot of posted comments.
Apparently, the National Transportation Safety Board would be one of the "likes". They came out Monday of this week as officially recommending short naps (read 20-30 minute naps) in order to help deal with the problem of Air Traffic Controllers,…Continue