Spill & Safety News

Spill Clean Up for the Digital Age

Recently on The Ellen Show, TV talk show host Ellen DeGeneres aired several funny segments in which Millennials attempted to use devices popular in...

Foodies: Spill It, We've Got Your Back

Spill it. It's an expression that encourages someone to share something they've been keeping close to the vest: a budding relationship, perhaps, or...

Beat the Clock

It's November, and that means we get to time travel. You know: set our clocks back an hour and re-live an hour we've just lived. It's a little spoo...

Are You Ready for December? Stock Up Now!

For many people worldwide, December is a time of celebration. If you work in the pharmaceutical industry, however, the month carries a more serious...

Grocery Store Demos: Whole Lotta Spillin' Goin' On

Remember the 1950s? Even if you weren't there personally, the decade's been immortalized in TV sitcoms and song. Rock 'n' roll was just being born,...

Spill Clean Up for Entrepreneurs

Millennials are passionate about finding their passion. And they're expressing this desire by starting their own businesses, in record numbers: a s...

What Was That Masked Spill?

Grocery stores aren't usually associated with biological or chemical hazards. Unless Junior suddenly spews his lunch all over the floor, in which c...

What Scares Retail Stores Most

Slip and fall accidents in the retail environment are scarier than a horror movie for business owners. In fact, slip and fall claims are the horror...

All in the Family

A national consumer products chain, whose local retailer used to be the anchor store in a mini-mall on the outskirts of a nearby town, just complet...

Give Your Winter Sales Event A Safe and Sunny Spin

There may be snow on the ground and a chill in the air, but that doesn't mean your winter sales event has to be shrouded in the safety equivalent o...

Food, Glorious Food Oops!

Eating. It's something we all do, perhaps more in the colder months than at other times of the year. With night descending early and dreary weather...

Hungry for Safety

It's the heart of summer, and nobody wants to cook. Restaurant owners relish the surge in business that summer signals. But they're not so fond of ...