WORKING AT HEIGHT HAZARDS AND USING CONTROL MEASURES
Many workers know that a 6 foot working surface has potential fall hazards and fall protection is needed. But what about working at a depth/height of 3 foot?
REDUCING THE RISK OF MANUAL MATERIALS HANDLING
Tasks such as carrying boxes or lifting crates lead to hundreds of thousands of injuries a year. Here are some steps you can take to assess the risks in your workplace and reduce this costly occupational hazard.
RECYCLING PROGRAM GIVES SINGLE-USE GLOVES AND APPAREL A SECOND LIFE
“All you have to do is slap a sticker on a box, fill it up and the janitorial staff takes it away. Hopefully, this paves the way for people to develop a new mindset about recycling and sustainability - and shows how a little innovation can make it easy for all of us to do more.”
CIASSP DONATION TO THE MADISON TOWNSHIP FIRE DEPARTMENT
“On behalf of the Department and the citizens of the community we serve, thank you all”.
NOVEMBER 2018 SAFETY FACTS & SNACKS
Join SRI Consultant, Mark Williams, as he explores the impermissible risks associated with lone workers and steps you can take to reduce or eliminate hazards presented to lone workers in your line of work.
DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME - FALL BACK!
Spring forward…Fall back… we all know the saying to help us remember to adjust our clocks for the daylight saving time changes (this Sunday in case you are wondering). But, what can we do to help workers adjust to the effects of the time change?
HOW TO PROPERLY USE A CIRCULAR SAW AND PREVENT KICK BACK
During a safety audit for C-Tech, safety handling of saws and grinders were being performed by the subcontractor by using face shields and proper usage of tools.
GUARDRAIL BASICS: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
OSHA’s fall protection and guardrail requirements along with the International Building Code (IBC) are standards all builders, contractors and construction workers should follow for optimal building safety.