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.
SAFELY OPERATING AERIAL BOOM LIFTS
Is there anything better than clear skies on a beautiful summer morning? How about looking up at those skies and observing laborers safely operating an Aerial Boom lift on a worksite?
Here are some key reminders when installing electrical panels for power inside a project building.
WALKING AND WORKING SURFACES
Every day as workers arrive onsite, new and unique hazards may be present.
In today’s world, the moving of large heavy loads is vital to our manufacturing and construction industries.
HANDRAILS AND STAIR RAILS
To prevent workers from being exposed to a potential slip, trip or fall hazard, handrails and stair rails should be installed on stairs with four or more risers.
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.