SCAFFOLD STAIR SYSTEMS PROVIDE SAFE ACCESS
Scaffold stair systems provide a safe way to access work areas at heights.
12 DAYS OF CHRISTMAS SAFETY
During the Christmas season, we are all trying to outdo the neighbors by having the best-lit house on the block and busy hustling about participating in the annual festive family gatherings of meals and traditions. But we need to make sure we are still remembering to keep safety in mind.
IS THE SKY FALLING? NO – AND YOUR TOOLS SHOULDN’T EITHER!
For all objects at height – including humans – the focus always should be on preventing things from falling rather than on catching objects, or on limiting the damage after they fall.
OSHA COURT CASE SHOWS LIMITS ON SAFETY INSPECTIONS
An inspector investigating a worker injury was told to put a box over her head to avoid seeing other hazards.
KEEP THAT FRESHLY LAID GRASS GROWING SAFELY!
Earth Images worker observed spraying water on fresh grass, which was spread over the past few weeks.
DRIVE SAFE OVER THE THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY!
The Thanksgiving holiday runs from 6 p.m. Wednesday, November 21 to 11:59 p.m. Sunday, November 25. Plan ahead so you don’t put yourself, others or that turkey at risk on the road!
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.