Workers' Memorial Day - Safety Tattoo
In 2001, the International Labor Organization (ILO) officially designated April 28 as the "World Work Safety and Health Day" and as the official anniversary of the United Nations. The idea of ​​establishing the world "Work Safety and Health Day" originated from Workers Memorial Day. Remembrance Day was first initiated by American and Canadian workers in 1989 to commemorate the dead and injured workers on April 28 each year. The International Confederation of Free Trade Unions and the Global Federation of Trade Unions developed it into a global activity and extended its scope to every workplace. The International Day of Remembrance of the Dead and Disabled Workers has been recognized in more than 100 countries around the world.
If you are a tattoo shop owner, you should pay attention to it.
Does your tattoo shop meet the standards of safe work?
Tattoo studios will store a lot of electrical appliances and dye consumables. Have you carefully sorted and stored these work supplies?
If the answer is no, you should consider buying our tattoo workstation.
1. Metal material, can resist corrosion, dye leakage is also easy to take care of.
2. Three-layer storage shelf can store many work supplies. The items are arranged in an orderly manner and meet the standards of work safety.
3.4 casters with locks, which can be moved at will during work. It can be moved to the corner when not working, it does not take up space, and the workplace safety standards are extremely high!

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