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.
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.
CONDUCTING AERIAL LIFT TRAINING
Mark Williams conducting Aerial Lift Training at Browning Chapman.
What is any work that involves burning, welding, using fire or spark producing tools, or that produces a source of ignition?
ARE DISTRACTED DRIVERS CREATING A HAZARDOUS WORK PLACE FOR FLAGGERS?
"No matter how many advanced warning signs you install, distracted drivers don't see them, and they don't slow down... and when they don't see the signs, they don't see the flaggers either."
OCTOBER IS FIRE SAFETY MONTH
Is your workplace or home fire proof? It is always better to be proactive rather than reactive and it is best to alleviate hazards or hiccups in times of peace than in times of chaos.
Safety Leadership: Time to evolve: What the modern safety program needs to address
Take a good look at your organization’s safety program and ask yourself, “Are we operating more like we’re in the past than truly responding to the safety needs of today?”
If so, it may be time to evolve.