GUARDRAIL SYSTEMS AND PROPER PLANNING
This is a result of proper planning by the construction management team.
ROOFING OPERATIONS AND FALL PROTECTION MEASURES
Anytime work is performed on an elevated surface at or above 6 ft., fall protection measures are required.
FALL PROTECTION SYSTEMS & OSHA REQUIREMENTS
Fall protection systems such as guard railing have specific OSHA requirements to ensure that the potential falling hazards are minimized.
CAN JOB-MADE LADDERS BE SAFE?
Job-made ladders can be safe, but they need to be constructed per OSHA regulations and the access openings need to be adequately protected by a compliant guardrail system.
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.
OSHA DROPS ELECTRONIC REQUIREMENT: OSHA FORMS 300 & 301
OSHA has issued a final rule that eliminates the requirement to electronically submit information from OSHA Forms 300 and 301 to OSHA each year.
PREPLANNING PREVENTS POTENTIAL HAZARDS
Preplanning is always a great way to prevent potential hazards.
FEBRUARY 2019 SAFETY FACTS AND SNACKS
SRI Senior Safety Consultant Chris Hall will be providing a brief overview of Temporary Traffic Control - MUTCD Part 6.