Let’s clear up some issues regarding Superior’s Substance Abuse Policy. Effective June 1, 2007 Superior elected to join the “St. Louis Construction Industry Substance Abuse Consortium”.
Here are a few important Halloween tips passed on to me years ago that have kept me safe: 1. When it appears that you have killed the monster, NEVER check to see if it’s really dead.
Please read the attached handout and keep for future reference!
Please answer these questions for the jobsite you are working on! And train yourself to ask and answer these questions for every jobsite. When an emergency occurs it is too late to plan what you should do.
Has this thought ever crossed your mind? The only way to be safe from falls is to avoid them! Avoidance is the key word. Let’s explore just a few of the factors contributing to falls and their serious results.
What is the most dangerous piece of equipment on a construction site? A Ladder! Each year over 4,000 construction workers are injured and about 70 die falling from ladders.
Silicosis is a disabling, irreversible and often fatal lung disease caused by inhaling dust that has silica in it.
We use a warning line system for fall prevention if the roof has a slope of 4/12 or less, is wider that fifty feet and has parapet walls less than 39″ high.
Have you ever heard of the General Duty Clause? For the next few minutes we’ll discuss the General Duty Clause and how it affects your safety.
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