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06/03/2018


6 Things to Know About Having a Red-Haired Baby

Almost 17 months ago, my husband and I hit the parenting jackpot.We got a red-headed baby.From the first moments of her life, nurses and friends alike were asking, “Does it look like she has a bit of red in her hair?”And as she got older, her hair just got more and more obviously red.Neither my husband nor I have red hair, so we weren’t ready for what life would be like with a red-headed baby.Here’s a few insider tips, in case you have one too:#1: People will comment on it constantlyIt’s a little like taking a celebrity out with you, sometimes. Total strangers stop us in the grocery store or on the sidewalk, exclaiming over her hair. #2: Sun protection isn't something you mess around withAlong with that brilliant hair you usually get some pretty fair skin too. Any time in the sun requires a hat and often a quick douse of sunscreen too. I don’t want her skin matching her hair! #3: The stereotype about red heads and fiery tempers? In the case of our child, at least, there is a bit of truth to it. She’s generally a very sweet and pleasant child, but if she’s crossed? She’ll let you know she is UNHAPPY. #4: If you aren't a red-head, people will always ask where it came fromMy husband’s sister had beautiful red hair, and I have several cousins with red hair, but since neither of us is a red-head, this question comes up almost every time someone notes her hair color. #5: It's a little harder to dress a red-headMy older daughter is blonde and most things look good on her. Red hair and fair skin is a little more tricky, but when something looks good on her,baby clothes, it looks fantastic!#6: You will NEVER get tired of that red hair. On a daily basis, I find myself marveling over how BEAUTIFUL that hair is. The number of photos of those little curls I have on my phone would blow your mind.
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06/03/2018

“Prints Charming” | Reading and Book Nursery Art Prints for Your Bookworm

One of the most important things I can instill in my children is a love for reading. We read together as often as we can and I try to keep books easily accessible throughout the house. While we own a respectable amount of books, majority of our reading material is checked out from our local library. Only in the library can I tell my children “pick whatever you want!” without feeling financial consequence — unless we love our books too long and rack up late fees! We adore the library for the wonderful service it provides our community. In honor of National Library Week (April 14-20, 2013), I’ve compiled great art prints inspired by books and the library for your baby bookworm’s nursery.Bookworm Round-UpClick through to view more than twenty wonderful art prints from Etsy for your child’s room. Literary Fort Reading doesn’t get anymore magical than when it’s shared with a friend under a fort built with books.Literary Fort by GenevieveSantos Friends and BooksThese two reading friends make for an adorable set of bookends. Print available in three color choices.Read to Me available from ohhellodear By the Order of the ManagementEncourage your little one to read with this straight forward house rule. Read a Book available from John W. Golden If You Give a Mouse a BookIf you give a mouse a book you end up with this adorable illustration with optional glitter accents. Read With Me available from Rose Hill Design Studio Bookish GiraffeMy love of giraffes and books combine in this adorable and cheery print. Bookish Giraffe available from Trafalgar’s Square Personalized Book Stack Personalize this stack of books with your child’s name and customize it to coordinate with their nursery colors. Book Stack available from inkwelldesignstudio Reading In Her Castle This princess truly knows the power of a great book. Princess Truly and Sir Noodles available from TheExtentofSilence Tent ReadingRead under the stars with a buddy and get taken away into your story. Boy Reading in Tent available from PinwheelKids Book Love A stack of books that speaks to your heart. I Read available from ParadaCreations Stuck on ReadingEven this little guy is a stickler for books and reading. Porcupine Can Read available from JaneHeinrichs Teddy Bear ReaderThis cuddly teddy bear knows that you can climb to new heights with a great story. Cute Brown Teddy Bear available from NaturesHeavenlyArt Library DogBright and colorful, this print will always pull baby’s eyes toward a tall tower of books. Library Dog available from LNZart Read on CowgirlShe lassoed a captivating book and will be reading until sunset. Western Read available from trafalgarssquare Bookish Boy A handsome little guy sharing a read with a pal.Bookish Boy available from trafalgarssquare Reading OwlsWhooo loves to read? These owls do. Owls Reading available from lisadejohn Sweet ReaderA charming little beauty far away in the land of “Once Upon A Time.”Little Scholar available from trafalgarssquare Stack of Books Seated on a stack of books, she’ll never be far from an enchanting tale. Book Love available from NessaDee Take Me Away Off to far away lands, this print shows that books can take you anywhere.Books Can Take You Anywhere available from thelittlefox Bookish Owl High on her perch of books, she’ll “owl-ways” be close to a good book. Bookish Owl available from TheFoxandTheTeacup Girly ReadingPink, ponytails,baby stores online, and cupcakes make this girly print that much sweeter. Boy versions also available. Explore available from rkdsign88 All BoySnakes,baby clothes, toads, and knee scrapes don’t phase this guy as he obviously loves to read! He Loves To Read available from artsyants Wise WordsIf you really think about it, all we really need in life is a garden and a library. Garden and Library available from CupandCakeartLovely SeatWithout a doubt, the best seat in the house is the one closest to the books. The Library available from NestaHomeReading Bunny BuddiesA soft place in the grass is the perfect spot for this bunny duo to read. Read to Me available from RoseHillDesignStudioRead-headWith his head in the clouds, this “read-head” isn’t afraid to go out on a limb with his tale of adventure. A choice of alternate looks available too. Redhead Boy Reading available from TheExtentofSilenceRead Me a Story This lovely print captures the simplicity of a good book and cuddly friend. Read Me a Story available from ohhellodear
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25/07/2017
Our Safety Advisors are asked every day to help employers prevent the most common workplace injuries. Many employers do everything they can to protect their workers. Unfortunately, many employers do not. And often, the decisions by employers to not protect their workers lead to needless and sometimes tragic injuries and even loss of life.


According to U.S. Department of Labor, 4,679 workers were killed on the job in 2014 [BLS 2014 workplace fatality preliminary data*] (3.3 per 100,000 full-time equivalent workers) C on average, almost 90 a week or more than 13 deaths every day.


789 Hispanic or Latino workers were killed from work-related injuries in 2014Con average, more than 15 deaths a week or two Latino workers killed every single day of the year,Steel Toe Boots, all year long.


Fatal work injuries involving contractors accounted for 17 percent of all fatal work injuries in 2014.


One in five worker deaths were in construction last year, according to Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). Out of 4,8 Inch Safety Boots,251 worker fatalities in private industry in 2014, 874 or 20.5% were in construction. OSHA shares that the leading causes of worker deaths on construction sites were falls, followed by electrocution, struck by object, and caught-in/between. Here are the alarming statistics shared at https://www.osha.gov/oshstats/commonstats.html:

Falls 349 out of 874 total deaths in construction in CY 2014

Electrocutions 74

Struck by Object 73

Caught-in/between 12

In addition to the nearly 90 workers who are lost every week in America, millions more suffer serious non-fatal injuries. 3.3 million workers suffer a workplace injury from which they may never recover. These are injuries that are preventable. These injuries represent pain and suffering, and they are felt not only by the workers who are hurt on the job, but by their families, their coworkers, and by the organizations that employ them.


Our mission at Arbill is to ensure that every worker makes it home safely. At Arbill, our employees dont just provide safety gloves, eyewear, protective clothing and more. We are dedicated to protecting workers. Thats what drives us. Thats what we're passionate about. Heres a video that represents our passion: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OvdBFr ... =UU8t5LHwFM3jX38U4tvaxoUg


10 Most Frequently Sited OSHA Standards Violated in 2014:


The U.S. Department of Labor recently published the top 10 most frequently cited standards by Federal OSHA in fiscal year 2014 (October 1, 2013 through September 30,Chef Shoes, 2014). These include:

Fall protection, construction

Hazard communication standard, general industry

Scaffolding, general requirements, construction

Respiratory protection, general industry

Powered industrial trucks, general industry

Control of hazardous energy (lockout/tagout), general industry

Ladders, construction

Electrical, wiring methods, components and equipment, general industry

Machinery and Machine Guarding, general requirements

Electrical systems design, general requirements, general industry

Training, diligence and proper safety equipment are instrumental elements to reducing workplace accidents and injuries, but when it comes to bringing workers home safe, it is not enough. Education is what takes workplace safety to the next level. Arbill offers a wide range of resources. Through our EH&S Consulting, Training and Support, Arbill helps employers create a culture of safety within their organization. The information shared by Arbills EH&S Professionals through Consulting and Education services creates an in-depth understanding and a heightened sense of awareness that translates into best practices, fewer accidents and higher safety accountability.


I encourage you to share these statistics with your coworkers. Make them aware of the reality of injuries reported to OSHA. And if we can help protect your workers in any way through safety training or personal protective equipment (PPE), please dont hesitate to contact us. Reach us at 800-523-5367 or at www.arbill.com. Were here to help you protect your workers.


Have a safe day!
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