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Once again we want to say ”Thank you” for your business. For over 30 years we have been providing safety equipment, services, and solutions for many companies in the Midwest. This would not be possible without you, our valued customer. Thanks for your business and support in 2010!!!

Wishing you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year !!!

“Jesus is the Reason for the Season”
The Reason for the Season.
For unto you is born this day in the city of David a Saviour,
which is Christ the Lord.

Our 2010-11 virtual catalog is now available for view 24/7 online at where you can also request our new 2010-11 free printed catalog for your facilities.2010-11 Safety Products Catalog

Day Star Online Safety Training is Now Available
We have the solution for the small employer without safety resources or for the employee who missed their initial safety training.

It is as easy as 1-2-3. Choose your course, create a profile, provide billing information, and verify your confirmation.

Most of the OSHA courses offered are 1-4 hours in length and start at just $20.00. The courses pertain to Construction, General Industry, OSHA 10/30 Hour Outreach, and Hazardous Waste. Some of the Construction courses are also available in Spanish.

Click below to view all of the available courses.

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You can now go to our website and click on Services to go online for respiratory medical evalutaions.

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OSHA I2P2 Standard - Injury and Illness Prevention Program

“Injury and illness preventionprograms are a better approach than safety incentive programs,” said OSHA Assistant Secretary David Michaels in his American Society of Safety Engineers webinar in May. “Already, workers have lots of incentives to work safely. We don’t need incentives. We need strong safety and health programs.” Given this perspective, OSHA’s accelerated effort to adopt an Injury and Illness Prevention Program (I2P2) standard makes sense. Once adopted, the standard would require all U.S. employers to have company I2P2s, something that, incredibly, is not required under current regulations. Michaels said he wants the standard in place within three years, a lightning pace if judged by OSHA’s past standard adoption performance.

Through its effort to require injury and illness prevention programs at all work sites, OSHA hopes to bring much added focus to the question of what constitutes an effective safety and health program. The basic purpose of an I2P2 is identification and assessment of hazards and the institution of prevention measures. Good data collection is one aspect; so is worker involvement and top-management attention. Training is also critical.

“Safe work is more important than reporting,” said Michaels, who stressed that employers’ drive for low, reported injury and illness rates has corrupted the data and masked the extent of the nation’s workplace safety and health problems. “We want programs that reward workers for working safely, identifying hazards and abating them. A good I2P2 is a better approach than an incentive program.”

OSHA is considering all input in drafting the proposed rule but has stated that an I2P2 rule would include the following elements:

- Management duties (including items such as establishing a policy, setting goals, planning and allocating resources, and assigning and communicating roles and responsibilities)

- Employee participation (including items such as involving employees in establishing, maintaining and evaluating the program, employee access to safety and health information, and employee role in incident investigations)

- Hazard identification and assessment (including items such as what hazards must be identified, information gathering, workplace inspections, incident investigations, hazards associated with changes in the workplace, emergency hazards, hazard assessment and prioritization, and hazard identification tools)

- Hazard prevention and control (including items such as what hazards must be controlled, hazard control priorities, and the effectiveness of the controls)

- Education and training (including items such as content of training, relationship to other OSHA training requirements, and periodic training)

- Program evaluation and improvement (including items such as monitoring performance, correcting program deficiencies, and improving program performance).”

More information on I2P2 is available in the Federal Register notice at


CAOHC Course

CAOHC Certification/Recertification Course

Day Star will be offering the CAOHC 20-hour certification and the 8-hour recertification course on January 18th-20th, 2011 or those individuals performing audiometric testing. For more information or to register you may call 800-747-1401 or go online to


Heart of America ASSE Chapter - No meeting in December - Call Holly Shores at 816-349-6639 or You may also pay on-line at

Construction Safety Group of Kansas City - No meeting in December - Call the CSG at 816-471-0880 ext. 1369 or contact Aaron Beisley at 816-985-7541 or

Mid-America Industrial Hygiene Association - No meeting in December - Contact

Wichita ASSE Chapter - December 6th - 11:30 AM to 1 PM - ISI Building - Please RSVP by October 30th to Jenna Hackler at

Wichita Area Construction Safety Group - December 10th - 11:30 AM to 1 PM - Ryan’s Steakhouse on North Rock Road - For more information please contact Tamara Hadley at 316-264-7050 or

OSHAC - Joplin - December 14th - 11:30 AM to 1 PM - Red Hot & Blue - For more information please contact Michael Mulhall at 417-869-2121 or 800-334-1349 or

OSHAC - Monett - December 21st - 11:30 AM to 1 PM - Happy House Restaurant - For more information please contact Michael Mulhall at 417-869-2121 or 800-334-1349 or

OSHAC - Springfield - December 15th - 11:30 AM to 1 PM - The Pasta House - For more information please contact Michael Mulhall at 417-869-2121 or 800-334-1349 or

OSHAC - West Plains - December 8th - 11:30 AM to 1 PM - Primas - For more information please contact Michael Mulhall at 417-869-2121 or 800-334-1349 or

OSHAC - Harrison, Ar. - December 21st - 11:30 AM to 1 PM - Western Sizzlin - For more information please contact Michael Mulhall at 417-869-2121 or 800-334-1349 or

OSHAC - Northwest Arkansas - December 1st - 11:30 AM to 1 PM - Western Sizzlin - Springdale, Ar. - For more information please contact Greg Knight at or Fred Norwood at

Mid-Missouri Section ASSE - December 16TH - 11:30 AM to 1 PM - Business Emergencies & Communication - Zim Schwartze-Director or the Columbia/Boone County Office of Emergency Management and Public Safety Joint Communications - China Garden - Please RSVP by noon on December 14th to George Hampton at or at 573-874-7669.

2nd Annual Builders Association Midwest Construction Safety Conference & Annual Safety Excellence Awards Breakfast - March 3rd & 4th, 2011 - Adams Pointe Conference Center - Blue Springs, Missouri - For more information go to

2011 ASSE / AIHA Professional Development Conference (PDC) - April 1st, 2011 - MCC Business & Technology College - Kansas City, Missouri - You can register and pay online at For more information you may contact Keith Rosenblum at 816-977-8145 or

Mid-America Safety, Health & Environmental Conference and Expo - May 11th-13th, 2011 - Hilton Branson Convention Center Hotel at Branson Landing in Branson, Missouri - For more information go to


National Safety Congress Expo

National Safety Congress & Expo - October 31st - November 2nd, 2011 - Philadelphia - For more information go to

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