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The Bunions and Bursitis Blues

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      ♫♫Oh yes it’s true, some people have The Bunions and Bursitis Blues!♫♫ Alright so maybe we don’t have a Top Ten Hit on our hands but for a lot of people, Bunions and Bursitis pain is nothing to sing about. They’re both extremely painful and can have a decidedly negative affect on [...]

Spotlight on Safety Gifts

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As you know, OSHATOES® cares about Safety in every form. Our products are perfect whether you’re on the job or in the yard. Today we are spotlighting a few of our favorite safety products. Remember that Christmas will be here before you know,and there is no better way to show you care than giving the [...]

Wear Brown Shoes Day

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There are a myriad of little known events going on daily. December 4, 2013 is one that practically everyone can participate in; its Wear Brown Shoes Day! (Okay so its also International Hug Day, National Cookie Day, and Santa’s List Day but whatever.) At OSHATOES® we are totally into Wear Brown Shoes Day. Actually we’re into Comfortable [...]

Thankful for Quality Safety Products

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  Thankfulness is defined as : Feeling gratitude: feeling or expressing gratitude. Glad about something: glad or relieved about something. Aware and appreciative of a benefit; grateful. Conscious of benefit received   Quality is defined as : A high level of value or excellence. A distinctive characteristic, property, or attribute. High grade; superiority; excellence. Standard: the [...]

The Importance of Affordable PPE

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On the job safety requirements are important, necessary and, in many instances, the law. Industrial sites can be full of hazards. Wearing the proper PPE (personal protective equipment) helps to reduce possible employee injury. While PPE alone won’t guarantee safety, it does minimize the risk. For example: An unsuspecting warehouse worker is stocking shelves. A  forklift operator [...]

Raynaud’s Disease

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What is Raynaud’s? Raynaud’s is a disorder whereby the small blood vessels in the extremities (generally the fingers and toes) are overly sensitive to temperature changes. Affecting more women than men, Raynaud’s can be found in 3-20% of the population. A majority of sufferers are not even aware of the condition. This phenomenon can even affect [...]