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  • NHIN Readiness | How to Protect your patient records, data and files

    Posted on January 15, 2014 by admin

    The National Health Information Infrastructure (NHII) is a healthcare standardization initiative with the goal of developing an interoperable health information technology system. Proposed under President George W. Bush, the intention of NHII is to improve the effectiveness, efficiency and overall quality of healthcare in the United States.

    By 2015 — when the NHII initiative will be operational — a patient's medical record will no longer travel alone. NHII is voluntary, and it’s not a centralized database of medical records. It’s also not a government regulation. But since this comprehensive network of systems will include clinical, public health and personal health information, physicians will have a broader base of patient records to use in decision-making.

    The NHII has since evolved to become the Nationwide Health Information Network (NHIN), while the use of financial incentives to stimulate the meaningful use of electronic health record (EHR) systems became the cornerstone of the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act, or HITECH Act. The cornerstones of NHII are still in place, building a patient’s holistic record from various physicians — medical and dental. There are currently 24 public and private entities participating in the NHIN Cooperative.

    Why does NHIN matter for your physician’s office? First, this improves patient safety. With unified patient information, medication errors are less likely and physicians are more aware of the patient’s conditions, allergies, past illnesses and more. Plus, NHII can strengthen healthcare quality by increasing availability of complete medical records, test results, x-rays and more, right at the point of patient care. While the NHIN presents challenges, there are significant benefits for both doctor and patient.

    As 2015 approaches, take these steps to get your dental practice ready for these changes:

    -          Ensure security of patient files.

    To provide the best care for patients, it’s important to secure their records. Disorganization of files, records and medication prescriptions can lead to mislabeling and even inconsistent patient care. Security safes and file storage keep your practice running efficiently, with the right files in the right storage areas. Patient records document the course of treatment and may provide data useful for evaluating the quality of patient care — so good organization means efficient care. And furthermore, your medical office will stay HIPAA compliant.

    -          Ensure patient files are both available and secure electronically.

    The basic rule of electronic data is called 3-2-1 backup. Maintain three (3) copies of your data on at least two (2) different systems and one (1) of those systems should be disaster protected or offsite. Companies like Egnyte and ioSafe offer solutions for electronic patient records that focus on security and privacy. Combining private cloud features and local storage that is fireproof and waterproof allow dentist practices to get the highest level of availability and accessibility, even in the event of water damage or worse yet, a natural disaster such as fire or flood.

    -          Maintain electronic backups of patient files on site for quick access.

    As healthcare data moves to the cloud, both for NHIN and otherwise, efficiency increases. But so does security risk. Protect your patients’ critical data and make sure medical records are readily available no matter the disaster. From hardware failure, employee theft, to fires and floods, there are a wide variety of risks that should be considered for mitigation.

     


    This post was posted in Healthcare, ioSafe, Ratings & Standards, Who am I? and was tagged with medical records, NHIN, dental practice, dentist office

  • Why Safe Storage Matters at Your Hospital

    Posted on November 13, 2013 by admin

    Every hospital – from a small community clinic to a major metropolitan hospital – generates documents that are important enough to safeguard from disaster. And with critical medications, patient files and HR records too, safe storage isn’t something your hospital can afford to ignore.

    For productivity, efficiency, patient safety and staff security, safe storage is an important hospital priority. With changing HIPAA legislation, digital and cloud storage debates and prescription drug abuse, issues surrounding hospital storage security are frequently in the headlines. Security safes are more important for hospitals more than ever before.

    To protect your patients and keep your staff safe, plus ensure confidentiality and integrity of critical files, security safes matter for your hospital. We can help you meet your pharmaceutical storage needs, and FireKing meets your file storage needs – both offering the highest quality storage cabinets. Five reasons why secure storage matters for your hospital:

    1. Stay compliant with changing legislation.

    The CSA (Controlled Substances Act) puts drugs and other substances into one of five categories or schedules of drugs with Schedule I requiring the most security and Schedule V the least. The new Safe Prescribing Act of 2013 impacts drug storage, requiring all pharmacies to use a DEA-approved safe for hydrocodone-based painkillers. If passed, under this act, hydrocodone will become a Schedule II substance, requiring your hospital to store these substances in a security-rated safe.

    SafeFile.com, along with NarcoticsSafes.com is your trusted source for safes that meet the Schedule 1 - 5 requirements for drugs and narcotics, plus safes in compliance with these new regulations. Choose from a variety of models rated TL-15 and Class 5 for the storage of these narcotics.

    And HIPAA legislation governs how your hospital stores patients’ critical, confidential records – both hard copies and electronic versions. Keep integrity, availability and confidentiality in mind as you strive for the best in patient service.

    Secure file storage in an accessible, fireproof, lockable storage cabinet prevents information tampering or alteration by unauthorized users.

    2. Security safes add an additional level of security.

    The potential threat of robbery, burglary and internal theft is a true concern for many hospitals. Pharmaceuticals, documents, valuable equipment and more are all at risk. To combat this threat, many hospitals have safety precautions in place, like surveillance, camera and alarm systems. A security safe for your medications and files adds another level of protection. By securing your hospital’s valuable assets, the risk of criminal activity is greatly decreased.

    3. Security safes prevent drug mishandling and promote access control to files.

    When your pharmacy uses security safes, you keep both patient files and prescriptions in the right hands and out of the wrong hands. Security safes let hospital leadership and HR departments determine who does and does not have access, so you can ensure that only permitted staff members can get to these valuable medications and records. Furthermore, security safes keep medications distributed to patients only – and keeps confidential patient information between only the practicioner and patient.

    4. Maintain an organized inventory of medications and files.

    Disorganization of files and medication can lead to mislabeling, mishandling and even dangerous mis-prescribing. Security safes and file storage keep your hospital running efficiently, with the right medications in the right storage areas. Furthermore, organized storage reduces the risk of patients receiving incorrect prescriptions.

    5. Secure storage offers peace of mind – and puts patient care first -- in case of catastrophe.

    No hospital is immune to the threat of natural disasters, including storms, hurricanes, tornadoes, floods and fires. Should the worst occur, your staff can focus on caring for patients, knowing that patient files and pharmaceuticals are stored safely and appropriately. Brand names like FireKing, Securall and Hamilton Safe offer secure storage that’s natural disaster ready.


    This post was posted in FireKing, Healthcare, HIPAA, Medical Records, Securall, Storage & Organization, Who am I? and was tagged with safety, security

  • Six Pesticides Your Golf Course Should Keep Safe

    Posted on November 12, 2013 by admin

    Every year, an estimated one billion pounds of pesticides are applied to farms, forests, lawns and golf courses in the United States. And over 17,000 pesticide products are available on the market today.

    To control pests and protect turfs, your golf course likely uses a combination of pesticides, including fungicides, herbicides and insecticides. In spite of their advantages in maintaining your course, pesticides can harm your golf course’s members and employees.

    But pesticides carry lower risk to you, your employees and your golf course’s members when stored properly. Keeping pesticides in a locked, secure cabinet in a well-ventilated area is the first step towards safety.

    Ensure safety for everyone on your golf course with proper storage for these six pesticides.

    • Popular golf course fungicides (fungus killers) include thiram and quintozene. Between 60 and 77% of golf courses use these fungicides annually.
    •  Three common herbicides (weed killers) your golf course may use include turf herbicides 2, 4-D and mecoprop. Over 80% of golf courses use some combination of these to keep weeds under control.
    •  The most popular insecticide (bug killer) on golf courses is malathion, used at about one third of golf courses nationwide. Because pests differ among regions, your golf course might choose a unique insecticide combination.

    Proper pesticide storage decreases risks to a level accepted by pesticide regulatory agencies like the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Keep these chemicals – and those who use them – safe with Securall’s line of pesticide storage cabinets.

    All Securall pesticide storage cabinets feature double wall construction with 1 ½” air space. Cabinets are finished in two-part urethane paint, with a warning label for additional security for golf course members. Each includes galvanized steel shelving, vents with flash arrestors, a continuous piano hinge and a leak-proof, 2” deep sill, to protect your golf course employees from accidental spills.

    Furthermore, Securall’s pesticide storage cabinet doors are three-point, self-latching (non sparking) with a flush-mounted locking handle. Also included is a static grounding bolt and adjustable zinc plated leveling legs. Cabinets are manufactured with reinforced 18-gauge all-welded construction. These features make Securall cabinets a long-lasting, wise investment for your golf course.

     

    Choose the right size cabinets for your golf course’s pesticide needs, from 12-gallon to 120-gallon capacities. All Securall pesticide storage cabinets are FM approved, comply with current OSHA regulations and meet NFPA standards.

     

    With Securall’s line of pesticide cabinets, materials are stored securely and safely. Pesticide cabinets provide safe, secure and controlled storage for herbicides, fungicides and insecticides, as well as the employees who use them.

     


    This post was posted in Hazmat & Flammable Storage, NFPA Compliance, OSHA Compliance, Securall and was tagged with OSHA, NFPA, pesticides, golf course safety, chemicals, fungicides, yard treatments

  • 4 Reasons Accounting Firms Secure Vital Documents

    Posted on November 6, 2013 by admin

    Accounting firms large and small generate and maintain critical information and documents daily. And how these documents are stored is increasingly important. In the Sarbanes-Oxley era of regulatory and legal compliance, great amounts of corporate data are being recorded, categorized and archived.

    Vital records are defined as “those records containing information that is essential to the survival of an organization in the event of a disaster or business interruption.” All are important enough to safeguard from disaster.

    To protect your firm and clients, plus ensure availability and confidentiality of critical files, security safes matter. Our team recommends FireKing fireproof file cabinets to meet your file storage needs efficiently at a smart price. Here are four reasons why your accounting firm needs secure storage:

    1.     Have critical records secure and on-site for immediate access in emergencies. Records legally considered “vital” are only a small percentage of the vast amount of recorded data created by a typical business – usually about five percent. Accounting organizations, however, will have a much higher proportion of active vital records files.

    For an accounting firm, a sudden catastrophic event like a fire, flood, theft or other disaster can have repercussions that reverberate far beyond the original event. In addition to repairing damage and resulting difficulties re-establishing normal operations, accounting firms’ clients may have also experienced damage, in a large-scale regional disaster, for example. These clients may immediately need some of the functions the accounting firm provides – and the client records that the firm maintains. Secure file storage in an accessible, fireproof, lockable storage cabinet ensures that in the face of disaster, your firm will have all its documents secure and available.  Vital records protection matters not only to your firm, but also to your client base as a whole.

    2.     Stay compliant with vital records regulations and recommendations.

    The IRS and United States Security and Exchange Commission both require all accounting records to be kept for a minimum of seven years in case of an audit. While these government bodies don’t specify what type of container the records must be stored in, accounting organizations make recommendations and suggested guidelines for firms to follow. The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) suggests fireproof records storage in their general financial records-keeping procedures.

    3.     Add an additional level of security for confidential, critical documents.

    Secure file storage in a securely locked, yet accessible, UL rated fire safe file cabinet prevents information tampering or alteration by unauthorized users. The potential threat of robbery, burglary and internal theft is a true concern for any business – and with such confidential data on hand, accounting firms are at extra risk. To combat this threat, your office may have safety precautions in place, like surveillance, camera and alarm systems. Add an extra layer of security for those critical client financial documents, reports and other items with a security safe for your files adds another level of protection. By securing valuable documents, the risk of confidential information getting into the wrong hands is minimized. 

    4. Secure storage offers peace of mind in case of catastrophe.

    Keeping client and company documents safe from fire, flood, theft or other disaster requires attention before the unthinkable occurs. No business is immune to the threat of natural disasters, including storms, hurricanes, tornadoes, floods and fires. Should the worst occur, your staff can focus on clients and business reestablishment, knowing that critical documents are stored safely and appropriately. SafeFile.com and FireKing offer secure storage that’s natural disaster ready.


    This post was posted in Accounting Firm, FireKing, Who am I? and was tagged with fireproof file cabinet, FireKing, accountant

  • Why Commercial Builders Need Secure Records Storage

    Posted on November 5, 2013 by admin

    Commercial builders of all sizes generate and maintain critical documents and data every day. These include permits, HR materials, blueprints and plans, vendor contracts and agreements of many kinds. All are important enough to safeguard from disaster.

    For productivity, efficiency, safety and security, file storage is a commercial builders priority. To protect your business, plus ensure availability and confidentiality of critical files, security safes matter. FireKing meets your file storage needs efficiently at a smart price. Here are four reasons why commercial builders need secure storage for records and data:

    1.     Secure storage adds an additional level of security for confidential, critical documents. Secure file storage in an accessible, fireproof, lockable storage cabinet prevents information tampering or alteration by unauthorized users.

    The potential threat of robbery, burglary and internal theft is a true concern for any business. To combat this threat, your building site and office may have safety precautions in place, like surveillance, camera and alarm systems. Add an extra layer of security for those critical HR documents, permits and vendor contracts with a security safe for your files adds another level of protection. By securing valuable documents, the risk of confidential information getting into the wrong hands is minimized.

    2. Maintain an organized inventory of company and customer documents and files.

    Between on-site locations and offices, organized files are critical for commercial builders. Permits, forms, HR material, blueprints and other plans, vendor contracts and more: organization is key to smooth business operations. City and state governments require certain documents to be available upon demand. And so disorganization of files can lead to spotty business practices at best, and illegal operations at worst. Know where your important files are – and store them where they belong.

    3. Secure storage offers peace of mind in case of catastrophe.

    Keeping customer and company documents safe from fire, flood, theft or other disaster requires attention before the unthinkable occurs. No business is immune to the threat of natural disasters, including storms, hurricanes, tornadoes, floods and fires. Should the worst occur, your staff can focus on customers and clients, knowing that critical documents are stored safely and appropriately.

    Potential for disaster in the commercial building industry does not exist only on the job site: it’s a threat in your own office as well. Take caution for all your locations. ioSafe hard drives and network storage as well as fireproof file cabinets are the best secure storage that’s natural disaster ready.

    4. Expand and grow your commercial building company with confidence.

    As your company looks to the future for growth opportunities, it’s more important than ever to have quick access to important documents, and to store them securely. Organized file systems allow your staff to find exactly what you need in a quick, efficient time frame. And nothing halts expansion like disaster. Take on new projects with confidence, knowing that a natural disaster won’t hurt the construction timeline or derail progress.

     


    This post was posted in Commercial Builder, Fireproof File Cabinets, Storage & Organization, Who am I? and was tagged with FireKing, security, commercial builders, architects, design and build, best business practice

  • What your medical office needs for file and data security

    Posted on August 13, 2013 by admin

    Safety and security are top priorities for your doctor’s office, dental office or medical clinic. With changing legislation and prescription drug abuse, HIPAA updates and information security changes, now is the time to secure your office’s critical files.

    To protect your patients, your staff and your office’s assets, security matters. FireKing offers a comprehensive collection of file cabinets and the highest quality storage solutions for all your office’s needs. What can secure file storage do for your office?

    Secure file storage keeps you compliant with changing legislation.

    Keep information integrity at the forefront, no matter what updates to HIPAA come along. Creating consistent, easy-to-follow procedures for data collection and secure storage. Upon data collection, keep patient information legislation-compliant with proper file storage.

    File mismanagement can hurt a practice, compromise patient personal information and even create a HIPAA violation. Secure files in a fire-proof, water-proof and HIPAA-compliant lockable storage cabinet (link to FireKing product listings). FireKing’s line of prevents information tampering or alteration by unauthorized users. Data security is a good choice for your patients and your staff.

    Locked file cabinets add another level of security.

    The potential threat of robbery, burglary and internal theft is a true concern for your doctor’s office, clinic or dental office. Add natural disasters to the list, like fire, storms or water damage, and the need for secure file storage only increases. While medical records themselves are often the property of the patient, the storage equipment for health records is the property of the health care provider. Doctor offices, dental offices and healthcare facilities need efficient, safe and secure file storage.

    To combat this threat, many have safety precautions in place, like surveillance and alarm systems. A lockable, theft-deterrant FireKing file cabinet adds another level of protection. By securing your office’s critical documents, the risk of criminal activity is greatly decreased.

    Secure file storage prevents data mishandling and promotes access control.

    When your dental office, medical office or clinic uses a secure file cabinet, you keep patient data in the right hands and out of the wrong hands. Lockable file storage allows your office’s leadership to determine who does and does not have access. You can ensure that only permitted staff can get to these valuable documents. Furthermore, secure file storage with FireKing’s line of comprehensive products keeps documents and files between professionals and patients only.

    To learn more about FireKing’s full line of medical file storage cabinets, click here. It’s our privilege to be your partner in security, safety and compliance.

     


    This post was posted in FireKing, HIPAA, Loss Prevention, Medical Records, Storage & Organization and was tagged with hipaa, compliance, dentist, security, storage cabinet, side tab files, end tab filing, medical records, doctor, lockable, BC, DR

  • Keeping Cloud Data HIPAA Compliant

    Posted on July 29, 2013 by admin

    In early 2013, the Department of Health and Human Services issued their “Final Rule” to modify HIPAA. This ruling puts further regulations on cloud-based health data storage to keep patient information secure.

    HIPAA – that’s the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 – aims to ensure confidentiality of health information. These federal regulations for the safety, security and integrity of personal, private and confidential health information govern both electronic and paper records.

    The security and privacy requirements are getting more serious with each new modification. And for good reason: Both healthcare and financial data are prime targets for identity theft. This amounts to about $70 billion per year in Medicare fraud alone.

    To combat this, HIPAA is taking steps to regulate cloud storage. Under this new regulation, healthcare providers are required to use only cloud service providers who have signed a “Business Associate Agreement,” ensuring security as a priority. The estimated cost of compliance with this final rule is a staggering $114 - $225 million in the first year alone, with $14 million for each year thereafter.

    Consumer healthcare services are quickly moving online, storing patient data electronically; as healthcare data moves to the cloud, efficiency increases. But so does security risk. Protect your patients’ critical data and stay HIPAA compliant with the ioSafe. It’s HIPAA compliance in a box, with secure data no matter what the disaster.

    ioSafe leads the industry in disaster proof hardware. Since 2005, ioSafe’s patented technology provides unparalleled security against fire, flood and theft for thousands of homes and businesses. Like an aircraft black box, ioSafe adds physical security and protection to irreplaceable data.

    For private cloud storage, the ioSafe N2 NAS offers ultimate security. Your data is safe from tech threats, like hackers and identity theft. HIPAA compliance can be demonstrated well. Designed to be the center of your private cloud, the ioSafe N2 is powered by a Synology DSM motherboard and operating system. It allows for fast access on your local network and remote access from nearly any device connected to the internet - all secured and protected by you.

    Perfect for any business with vulnerable data. Use the ioSafe N2 as a disaster plan-in-a-box solution for any data at risk. Security, speed,compliance and accessibility can all be enhanced for employees that need access to cloud data 24/7 and managers looking to optimize IT budgets.

    Encryption and network security are often used to protect cloud-stored data. But even the best encrypted data remains at risk of damage from fires, natural disasters and theft. All ioSafe models  keep your data physically secure too.

    ioSafe specializes in hardware to help protect vulnerable data wherever it may reside. Designed to be bolted to the floor, survive building collapse or padlocked to anything immovable, the ioSafe features steel outer casings combined with fire and flood protection. The ioSafe is available in many sizes and models to meet the needs of healthcare organizations of all sizes, from a major metropolitan hospital to a small community clinic.

    Every employer, hospital, office and employee is required to ensure the confidentiality of health information. As your office focuses on quality care for your patients, adhering to HIPAA guidelines matters. Keep integrity, availability and confidentiality in mind as you strive for the best in patient service.

     


    This post was posted in HIPAA and was tagged with compliance, cloud data, risk, network storage, NAS, remote office, branch office, ROBO

  • Paint and Ink Can Safety

    Posted on May 9, 2013 by admin

    Paints and ink substances are used in a variety of industries. Hardware stores, design companies, art studios, workshops and manufacturing locations large and small may require such storage. Print shops and auto body repair shops regularly require paint and ink storage.

    Because of their flammable nature, paint and ink can be. Like other combustible,
    volatile and hazardous materials, paint and ink pose a risk if not stored properly.
    When ink and paint are secure and safe, personnel are protected too.

    For secure and safe storage of your organization’s paint and ink, choose Securall
    storage cabinets. Securall is pleased to offer a range of choices to meet your
    organization’s storage needs.

    Designed for storage of one-gallon paint cans, all paint and ink storage cabinets
    feature double wall construction with 1 ½” air space. Galvanized steel shelving, a
    leak-proof, 2” deep sill and two 2” vents with flash arrestors are included.

    Also standard are three-point self-latching doors, a flush-mounted locking handle
    and reinforced 18-gauge all-welded construction. Furthermore, these cabinets have
    a static grounding bolt, three-point self-latching doors, a continuous piano hinge and
    adjustable zinc-plated leveling legs.

    Standard paint and ink storage cabinet colors are red and yellow; cabinets are also
    available in blue, gray, white, beige, green and medium green by request. Both the
    interior and exterior are finished in two-part urethane paint, a durable material
    resistant to UV exposure damage, salt spray, chemical rub, chipping and peeling.
    To further promote safety, a large “Flammable – Keep Fire Away” warning label is
    prominently placed.

    Choose from a variety of sizes and door styles. Both the self-latch standard two-
    door and self-close, self-latch sliding models are available in 40, 60 and 120-gallon
    capacities. The self-latch standard door model has a 20-gallon capacity. And the self-
    close, self-latch Safe-T-Door is manufactured in 20, 40, 60 and 120-gallon capacities.

    Like all Securall products, paint and ink storage cabinets meet NFPA and OSHA
    requirements. No matter what size cabinet you choose, your storage solution is in
    compliance with critical security regulations.

    No matter what the setting, safety is critical. Keep your organization’s paint and ink
    safe and secure by placing them in Securall paint and ink storage cabinets.


    This post was posted in Hazmat & Flammable Storage, OSHA Compliance, Securall and was tagged with safety, OSHA, NFPA, paint cans, ink cans, flammable liquids

  • Three Important Requirements for your HIPAA Checklist

    Posted on May 6, 2013 by admin

    The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996, known as HIPAA, ensures the confidentiality of health information. This set of federal regulations for the safety, security and integrity of personal, private and confidential health information governs both electronic and paper records.

     As your office focuses on quality care for your patients, adhering to HIPAA guidelines matters. Keep integrity, availability and confidentiality in mind as you strive for the best in patient service.

    Integrity

    Integrity means maintaining and ensuring the accuracy, reliability and consistency of patient data and information. Reliable health information allows for accurate diagnosis, prescriptions, care and procedures.

    Keep information integrity at the forefront by creating consistent, easy-to-follow procedures for data collection. Whether electronic or handwritten, forms, charts, flowcharts and appointment information sheets can ensure accurate information is collected the first time.

    Upon data collection, maintain integrity with proper file storage both for electronic health information and paper records. Many healthcare offices choose ioSafe hard drives for data integrity. Secure file storage in a lockable, fireproof storage cabinet prevents information tampering or alteration by unauthorized users.

    Availability

    Record availability indicates that information is accessible and useable upon demand by an authorized person. This is where convenience makes security. Patient information must be accessible, so store these critical documents in an organized, easy-to-access location. Staff should be able to quickly find these items when patients or medical practitioners need it or request it.

    However, availability is incomplete without security. Only authorized staff members should be given access to these files. Secure, easy-to-access file storage helps your office attain availability. Electronic and hard copy information should be stored conveniently, but never at the expense of security. The ioSafe N2 private cloud makes an excellent choice for the doctor, dentist or remote hospital care office to secure and protect data from fire, flood and other data availability risks.

    Select a lockable file storage cabinet and place it in a smart location in your office. Keep this file locked at all times and make it available to only personnel who consistently require it.

    Confidentiality

    Every employer, hospital, office and employee is required to ensure the confidentiality of health information. Because of this, individuals in organizations who have access to health information must sign confidentiality agreements. Private practices should put files back in storage as soon as doctors and nurses are finished with them. Furthermore, files should not be left on counters, desks or locations where unauthorized people can view them.

    All paper files should be kept in closed, locked, fireproof storage. This ensures that only authorized staff members can view them. KL Security is pleased to offer the FireKing record storage cabinet, which is lockable to promote confidentiality and control access.


    This post was posted in FireKing, HIPAA, ioSafe and was tagged with hipaa, iosafe, data integrity, data availability, confidentiality of patient health records

  • Five Reasons to Buy Safety Cabinets

    Posted on May 3, 2013 by admin

    No matter what you and your company store, some items you use daily require extra care and extra attention. Flammable materials, combustible substances, volatile products, dangerous chemicals, sensitive documents, valuable items and even medications call for security storage. And there are many reasons to consider safety cabinets as you determine the best way to achieve security.

    1. Stay compliant with critical safety regulations. When you choose a safety cabinet, you’re choosing storage in compliance with critical security directives. Securall strives to know and understand the most current OSHA and NFPA guidelines, which dictate the use and design of safety storage products. All Securall safety cabinets comply with current OSHA regulations and are designed in accordance with the standards of NFPA Code 30.

    2. Improve efficiency by allowing safe, secure storage near the point of use. Safety cabinets create a more effective workplace by storing items securely right where they are needed. Place critical documents in the area of the office where employees need them the most, for example. Or store flammable paints and sealants in the area of the factory where refinishing happens. Safety cabinets allow for a streamlined workplace.

    3. Protect your organization’s public image. Nothing damages a good reputation like a workplace emergency. Safety cabinets keep flammable, combustible and volatile substances secure, preventing accidents and damage. Preserving safety keeps your company out of the headlines for emergencies and in the headlines for success.

    4. Keep your valuable assets out of the wrong hands. Safety cabinets protect your organization’s sensitive documents and critical items safe from theft. Safety cabinets provide a level of security that both defends and deters potential robberies.

    5. Protect your organization’s most important resource: your people. As an employer, protecting employees is your first priority. Proper storage of dangerous items prevents emergencies, from minor to even life-threatening. With safety cabinets, you don’t leave well-being to chance. Look out for the welfare of those you employ with safety cabinets.

    The Securall line of storage products was first manufactured in 1965. The products have evolved with time, and each bears the company’s legacy of reliability, safety and dependability. Safety comes standard on all our products. Choose Securall flammable safety cabinets for your company’s critical assets.

     


    This post was posted in Hazmat & Flammable Storage, NFPA Compliance, OSHA Compliance, Securall and was tagged with compliance, safety, OSHA, hcs 2012, flammable, paint, storage

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