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Home Furnishings Association Announces New Member Program with PERQ

MyHFASep 18,2017
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Contact: Dan McCann 800-422-3778 X115 DMccann@myhfa.org Roseville, CA (September 18, 2017) – Today the Home Furnishings Association (HFA) and PERQ announced a strategic partnership to provide PERQ’s technology platform to HFA retail members at negotiated discounts. PERQ’s technology platform provides a web engagement tool that helps retailers win the website

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Promote Workplace Safety with These Truck Loading/Unloading Tactics

MyHFASep 17,2017
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There are so many things to be aware of when loading and unloading a truck many people don’t know or chose to ignore. From 2005-2010 in Washington State alone, there were 12 fatalities due to truck loading/unloading. Workplace injuries and even fatalities are 100% preventable by implementing the following safety

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Identify Workplace Hazards w/ OSHA-Compliant Signs & Labels!

MyHFASep 10,2017
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According to OSHA’s Specifications for Accident Prevention (29 CFR 1910.145), employers must indicate and define potential hazards around the workplace. Safety signs and labels are easy and effective ways to communicate warnings and comply with OSHA standards. Here are the top five common workplace safety signs and labels that will

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Recovery from Harvey and Irma: Where Do You Start?

MyHFASep 6,2017
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HFA information contact: Dan McCann Director of Marketing & Communications 800.422.3778 X115 dmccann@nahfa.org As people are beginning to return to their homes and businesses along the Gulf Coast and Florida to assess the aftermath of Hurricane’s Harvey and Irma – from wind damage to the unprecedented flooding, HFA has coordinated

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Are Your Traffic Signs Compliant With the MUTCD?

MyHFASep 6,2017
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Traffic and Parking Signs increase safety, prevent accidents and can be used to post policies on roadways and parking lots. The 2009 revisions to the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) require that Traffic Signs everywhere, including those on private roads open to the public, adhere to MUTCD standards.

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