Roof Openings are one of the most serious hazards we work around. Every year numbers of construction workers are seriously injured and killed because of inadequately protected holes and openings.
Good housekeeping is the first law of accident prevention and should be a primary concern of the entire workforce. Poor housekeeping often results in unsafe conditions and also implies that the project is poorly managed and the work being done
Caution: Anyone working around or with concrete forms/false work should be aware of the hazards it presents and the safety precautions that are required.
Insulation and grounding are two recognized means of preventing injury during electrical equipment operation. Ensure the following guidelines are being followed:
Reminders about your ladder Determine what type of ladder is appropriate for your current work environment
Personal commitments you can live and work by: I anticipate possible dangers in any given operation and make every effort to analyze and avoid them before starting work, including immediately communicating such to my foreman.
“Oh, my aching back!” If your employees are like most people, they have moaned out that refrain more than once in their lives.
Your hands can be subject to numerous potential injuries at work, especially when working with chemicals, extreme hot or cold temperatures, and sharp, heavy or abrasive objects and surfaces.
Scaffolds are designed by qualified people, erected by competent people, used by trained people. Inspect it everyday it is in use.
Under the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970, OSHA is authorized to conduct workplace inspections to determine if employers are complying with standards issued for safe and healthful workplaces.