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Fire protection systems must be ready when called upon. MIJA’s solutions mitigate business interruption and insurance liability, while lowering risk.
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MIJA has successfully completed an 8-week Plant Layout workshop, that was lead by MassMEP as part of our continuous improvement plan. Before starting the program, there were many opinions on how to improve the layout of the production floor, but by following the Systematic Layout Planning approach we were able to come to a consensus and the results are remarkable. During the 8-week program, we learned to identify key relationships and eliminate waste, based on the flow of materials and the non-flow relationship between activity areas. We started by identifying key activity areas and documented how the materials flow between each. Then by value streamRead More →
If your child is one of the 26 million students that ride the school bus every day, you’ll be glad to know that traveling by school bus is the safest method of motorized transportation on the American road. According to the NHTSA (National Highway Traffic Safety Association), children are actually seven times safer riding on a school bus than they are in your family car. And while school buses are safe to ride in, accidents and fires do occur. School Bus Fires According to a 2016 study by John A. Volpe National Transportation Systems Center, an average of 379 school bus fires happen annually, that’s 1-2 firesRead More →
Halloween is a magical day for kids and adults alike, made up of glowing jack-o-lanterns, paper ghosts and dried corn stalks decorating your front porch while excited children dressed in costumes excitedly running around the neighborhood to trick-or-treat for mini-candy bars. But there is a fine line between Halloween fun and safety concerns. Here are some safety tips to help make trick-or-treating safe for your little monsters and princesses this year. Before you head out, make sure any long trailing fabric is tied up so that no one trips and if your child is wearing a mask, make sure the eye holes are largeRead More →
From the moment you tell your friends or begin showing signs of that cute baby bump, the congratulations will surely be followed up by “is it a boy or girl?” For an increasing number of parents, gender reveal parties are quickly becoming an extravagant new way to share the big news with family and friends. Gender reveal parties are no longer a simple cake cutting or balloon release. People are said to have wrestled alligators, jumped out of airplanes and shooting tannerite to create a colored powder explosion. Tannerite Concerns While Tannerite is technically legal, it can also be dangerous. According to the many news sources,Read More →
As the summer comes to an end, parents are getting ready to send their children back to school. With that comes back-to-school activities such as shopping for school supplies, packing backpacks, and meeting and greeting new teachers. And while fire drills are taught to students while at school, it is not the same as fire safety guidelines for the home. Fire safety while at home shouldn’t be overlooked and each family should have a plan in place in case of a fire. Many older children will return home at the end of each school day to an empty house until their parents get homeRead More →
National Skilled Nursing care week (NSNCW) was established by the American Health Care Association (AHCA) in 1967. This national week of observance was formerly known as National Nursing Home week. This celebration gives us the opportunity to recognize the key roles of skilled nursing care centers and their hard work in caring for seniors and people with disabilities throughout America. The AHCA announced the 2018 NSNCW theme is “Celebrating Life’s Stories”. This was served to commemorate life’s most important events, relationship, and experiences that formed perspectives of residents, family, staff, and volunteers in long or short-term care. Read more on the official press release. TheRead More →
According to USMedicine.com, Veterans are three times more likely to develop COPD than the general population. Actually, it is the fifth most prevalent disease in the veteran population, affecting approximately 15 percent of U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) healthcare users. Below we will take a closer look at why veterans are more likely to be affected by this incurable disease and its effects on the healthcare system. Causes of COPD Emphysema, chronic bronchitis, irreversible asthma and many forms of bronchiectasis are all possible ailments a patient diagnosed with COPD can face. Cigarette smoke is the leading cause of COPD. In fact, 75 percent ofRead More →
MIJA de Mexico, Juarez, recently celebrated 20 years in business. We are extremely proud of their quality products with on time deliveries to customers all over the globe. In 1998 MIJA elected to move its’ high volume spiral wound Bourdon tube pressure gauge production from Plymouth, MA to Mexico to compete in the growing global marketplace. This decision has proven to be one of the best decisions MIJA could have made for the company and our customers. Jim Sommerio, President of MIJA de Mexico has been with MIJA since day one, and many of Jim’s employees have also been with MIJA the full 20 years. Read More →
Consider the following tips to ensure fire safety at home when using medical oxygen. Never Smoke or allow anyone else to smoke in your home. Post “No Smoking” signs in every room where oxygen is used. Keep oxygen cylinders at least 5 to 10 feet away from heat sources. Do not use lotions, creams or other greasy products that contain petroleum. Store oxygen cylinders in an upright position or securely in an oxygen storage cart. Turn your oxygen supply valve to the off position when oxygen is not in use. Avoid anything can create sparks including electric heaters, electric blankets, electric razors, hair dryers andRead More →
What are some of the most important tips regarding patient safety? Accredited home care agencies follow the national patient safety goals set by the Joint Commission. This means that they need to think about the patients comprehensively. Home safety evaluations are a must to determine risks. In a home, everything from adequate lighting, plumbing, furniture and home design must be accounted for to minimize risk. Patients that use medical oxygen are at risk for potential fire outbreaks, so it is important to educate patients and their families about oxygen safety in the home. Oxygen enriched areas will make materials burn more quickly. It is importantRead More →