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Article, The National Provisioner Magazine

Worker protection can be problematic by Richard Mitchell

Getting employees to properly wear and handle protective gear in meat and poultry processing facilities is no simple task.

Article, Condenser Magazine, Jen Allen

Emergency Series Part 2: Emergency Shutdown and Response by Jen Allen, Allen Safety LLC

Emergency response or responding to emergencies means a response effort by employees from outside the immediate release area or by other designated responders

Article, Condenser Magazine, Jen Allen

Pre-Emergency Readiness is Well Managed Business by Jen Allen, Allen Safety LLC

As much as we don’t like to admit it, ammonia leaks happen. Even in systems, we feel we manage and care for exceptionally well. But with increasing turnover resulting in less experience on off-shifts, where management presence is the lightest, and increased wear and tear from heightened demands
being put on aging equipment, leaks are just part of the business.

Article, Jen Allen, The National Provisioner Magazine

Ensuring safe chemical handling for meat and poultry sanitation workers by Jen Allen

How to avoid a chemical calamity: The safety of workers who clean and sanitize meat and poultry facilities and equipment is highly dependent on the training they receive in the handling and use of chemicals.

Article, Joe Allen, The National Provisioner Magazine

Contract sanitation services in meat and poultry plants by Joe Allen

Sanitation made simple: The use of contract sanitation services enables meat and poultry plant operators to sidestep the burden of hiring, training, and managing workers while ensuring a full complement of cleaning personnel.

Article, Jen Allen, The National Provisioner Magazine

Ensuring safe chemical handling for meat and poultry sanitation workers by Jen Allen

How to avoid a chemical calamity: The safety of workers who clean and sanitize meat and poultry facilities and equipment is highly dependent on the training they receive in the handling and use of chemicals.

Article, Jen Allen, The National Provisioner Magazine

Room for improvement in meat & poultry worker safety by Jen Allen

Meat and poultry plants are becoming increasingly safer environments for workers in all positions.

Article, Jen Allen, The National Provisioner Magazine

Keeping Sanitation Workers Safe in Meat and Poultry Plants – By Jen Allen

Keeping sanitary workers safe in meat and poultry plants can be tough. Cleaning crews face threats ranging from handling toxic chemicals to potentially hazardous encounters with meat processing equipment...

Article, Jen Allen, The National Provisioner Magazine

Course Correction – by Jen Allen

As plant employees are increasingly given more responsibilities, processors must ensure their training is up to speed.

Article, Condenser Magazine, Jen Allen

Curbing confined space confusion – August 2019 – By Jen Allen

Read Jen Allen’s article titled “Curbing Confined Space Confusion”.