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Levitt-Safety Blog

Category: Fall Protection

  • Oh deer, are you hunting safely?

    Oh deer, are you hunting safely?

    We’re heading down to Houston, Texas this weekend for the annual NSC Congress & Expo. I’m all about embracing the culture wherever I visit (check out my last post on my visit to Newfoundland if you don’t believe me!). I...

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  • 5 Reasons Why Safety and Wine Industries Make the Perfect Pair

    5 Reasons Why Safety and Wine Industries Make the Perfect Pair

    I love a good pairing. Whether it’s a glass of Riesling while nibbling on ricotta and crackers or a good Cabernet with steak, nothing hits the spot better than when you have two things that are meant to go...

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  • A Blast from the Past: Taking a Look at Our 1959 Catalogue

    A Blast from the Past: Taking a Look at Our 1959 Catalogue

    Over the past several weeks we’ve been posting some #ThrowbackThursday posts which have gained a lot of interest across social media. Today we’re doing a deep dive into the archives and showing you some of our favourite products from the 1959...

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  • Is Your Fire Station Compliant?

    Is Your Fire Station Compliant?

    You know we consider ourselves the leader when it comes to fire protection and safety products in Canada, but did you know we’ve been specializing in the inspection, repair and maintenance of the life-saving equipment used by fire departments for...

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  • Construction Safety by the Numbers

    Construction Safety by the Numbers

    The construction industry in Canada is booming, which means new jobs are being created every single day. With so many people entering this sector, it's more important than ever to recognize the common risks that can exist on job sites....

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  • Traditional Ladders vs. Work Platforms

    Traditional Ladders vs. Work Platforms

    In just about every industry, there’s usually a need to carry out maintenance activities at height. These can range anywhere from servicing tanks and hoppers to repairing jet engines – and these jobs can be particularly complicated. Not only can...

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