FEBRUARY 2020 SAFETY FACTS AND SNACKS
Please join us for our first Safety Facts and Snacks for 2020!
Ryan Bruner will be presenting on OSHA Changes, Updates and Most Cited Violations. Ryan plans to discuss both Construction as well as General Industry changes, trends, and the highlights about what you need to know and how you should prepare.
ESTABLISHING CONTAINMENT TO REMOVE ACM
NESC employees observed gluing and taping plastic from floor to ceiling.
GRAND CANYON TOURISTS EXPOSED TO RADIATION
Grand Canyon tourists exposed to radiation. If you visited the Museum Collections Building (2C) between the year 2000 and June 18, 2018, you may have been exposed.
MOTORIZED EQUIPMENT AND AIRBORNE FUMES
Welding operations have high potential hazards associated with the various tasks performed. A potential hazard that can be mechanically or naturally abated is the accumulation of airborne fumes.
COMMUNICATION AND CRANE CONSTRUCTION
There is a lot of planning and communication that goes into planning for a single tower, not to mention three!
THE STATE OF CONTRACTOR SAFETY
Host employers and their contractors may be able to realize even greater success in workplace safety if they take a beyond compliance alone approach to safety and health continuous process improvement.
EVERYONE CAN LEARN A THING OR TWO ABOUT SAFETY
Learning everything you can about safety can improve your chances of returning home in the same condition as you left.
JANUARY 2019 SAFETY FACTS AND SNACKS
SRI Consultant Joe Kennedy will be providing a brief update on OSHA’s enforcement of the new Silica rules, as well as other new OSHA enforcement priorities taking effect in 2019.