THE FUSE BOX: TERMINATING CONNECTIONS
The electrician from Forster Electrical Services is terminating connections in an unpowered outdoor fuse box.
NOVEMBER 2019 SAFETY FACTS AND SNACKS
Whether projects happen in General Industry facilities, or on Construction sites, changes do happen at the last minute that can impact employee safety, project scope, timing and ultimately, SUCCESS. Join Kevin Donohue as he presents a potential solution for those occurrences that allows for rapid reassessment and preventative actions to protect employees.
SEPTEMBER 2019 SAFETY FACTS AND SNACKS
Safety Consultant Ryan Bruner will be reviewing and formulating a better strategy to teaching fall protection safety in a somewhat stagnant or complacent environment.
RESPIRATOR FIT TESTING
Anyone assigned a job in which a respirator is worn, should be fit tested to determine whether a particular size and brand of respirator provides a satisfactory seal against the face.
AUGUST 2019 SAFETY FACTS AND SNACKS
Safety Consultant Mark Williams will be exploring a conceptual take on OSHA’s requirements for hearing conservations programs, technological advancements in hearing conservation, and OSHA’s position on utilizing new technology to achieve compliance with OSHA 29 CFR §1910.95 and §1926.52.
HEAVY DUTY PROTECTION THROUGH A CLOUDY DOWNTOWN
Heavy-duty electrical cord that is protected from damage.
OXYGEN AND ACETYLENE TANKS FOR WELDING OPERATIONS
When using oxygen and acetylene tanks for welding operations, certain safety measures must be in place to prevent serious injury.
JULY 2019 SAFETY FACTS AND SNACKS
SRI Senior Safety Consultant Chris Hall will be providing information on OSHA’s updated requirements for crane operators and how to stay in compliance.