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2015 Project of the Year

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Congratulations to TWG Construction, LLC. on the Safety Resources, Inc. 2015 Project of the Year for Penn Street Tower.

Safety Award



Christmas Party 2015

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It's always a blast at our annual Christmas party. Gag gifts, white elephant gifts, games and a pitch-in. Oh! And of course, the ugly Christmas sweater contest.




Overlooking the Circle

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In the field, overlooking Indianapolis's beautiful circle.

Indianapolis CirclePhoto Credit: Tim Foulks



Safety near the Kentucky River

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Out in the field again, this time near the Kentucky River. A barge passing through a canal lock on the Kentucky River.

Kentucky River Safety

Photo Credit: Karl Weisser


R&T Lofts in Des Moines Iowa

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Did you know we do work nationally across the United Sates?

Site Management discussing upcoming work at the R&T Lofts in Des Moines Iowa.

Iowa Safety



New Cummins Distribution Center Indy

Posted 8:35 PM by

The new Cummins Distribution Center project overlooking downtown Indy. Highlighting the various temporary guardrail systems around the project. 

Cummins Indy

Photo Credit: Aaron Wissen


Electrical Junction Box Safety

Posted 3:34 PM by

Employee installing a cover to the electrical junction box to prevent any accidental contact with live wires.


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Safety at Purdue Active Learning Center

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Pouring cement and finishing the second level at the Active Learning Center on Purdue’s campus. Purdue’s Clocktower can be seen in the background. 

Purdue Safety



IRCA Luncheon

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The Indiana Roofing Contractor Association (IRCA) annual luncheon and tradeshow.

IRCA 2015


Rooftop in Indy

Posted 3:22 PM by

Overlooking the Indiana Statehouse from behind a rooftop guardrail system.

Guardrail in Indianapolis



Safe Scaffolding

Posted 12:19 PM by

Safe use of suspension scaffolding on a current Safety Resources project.

Safe Scaffolding



Inspections of a Dam

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Different day, different job; Performing sonar inspections of a dam.

Indianapolis Dam



Roche Diagnostics Construction Site

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Roche Diagnostics Construction Site




Guardrail System

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Guardrail system overlooking downtown Indianapolis.

Guardrail IndianapolisGua



Short Read: Dog Days of Summer

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The Dog Days of Summer: Heat Stress and You

By: Tim Foulks

September 2015

Preventative measures to reduce and control the frequency of heat-related illness should be discussed and reviewed with your team at the beginning of the warm season. Preventative measures include:

1) Selecting appropriate clothing that will wick away sweat and keep the body cool. Light colored, loose-fitting, cotton (or other breathable material) should be worn, while non-breathable synthetic clothing should be avoided. The right clothes will allow sweat to evaporate from the skin resulting in a cooling effect for the skins surface.

2) Begin hydration before outdoor work and repeat often. Drink enough water so that thirst is not experienced. Drinking about 1-cup of water every 15-20 minutes will help prevent dehydration. Additionally, drinks that contribute to dehydration should be avoided (alcohol, fluids with large amounts of caffeine and/or sugar).

3) Gradually increase the duration and intensity of outdoor work to properly allow the body to acclimate to high temperatures. Complete heat acclimatization can require up to 14 days of exposure, and can vary from person to person. Slowly integrate workers into the warmer environments and introduce breaks often at first while the body is adjusting to the warmer climate.

4) Pay attention to weather reports and schedule work around cooler parts of the day. Attempt to limit work activities during the hottest part of the day, particularly during humid days that may increase sweating and decrease time to dehydration. If work must be performed during the warmest part of the day, try to provide shade and offer frequent hydration and rest breaks.


5) Stick to the Buddy System. It’s essential to monitor your own physical condition as well as that of your coworkers. Having a designated person check in with workers to monitor signs and symptoms of heat related illness and provide cool water will help to reduce the frequency and severity of heat related illness. The designated person should be responsible for and allowed to have workers take breaks when heat related illness is a potential concern.

This is a condensed article; Read the full article here.

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