When working on a wire rope suspended scaffold the failure of the wire rope or other components presents a true “free fall” hazard.
We are living under extremely stressful conditions right now. Learning how to relax and relieve stress could save your life.
You have to know this information! Fall protection safety has been OSHA’s #1 write up for at least the past 17 years.
Plan your route first, use equipment whenever possible, wear proper clothing, work from a stable base, hug the load, bend your knees, avoid twisting or leaning, keep you head up, Push, never pull a load and know your limit.
COVID – Face mask, gloves, respiratory protection and use your cleaner/disenfectant on tools and work surfaces. The hands and fingers are the most often injured parts of the body.
Roof-top exhaust systems are required to e labeled if hazardous. Most roof-top exhaust systems are pre-filtered keeping the actual air-born hazards to a minimum.
A handout was put in your paycheck on 3/13/20. Covid-19 is what everyone is talking about. On 3/5/2020 there were 100 reported cases (only 50 actually confirmed) in the U.S.
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”.
Good housekeeping is the first law of accident prevention and should be a primary concern of the entire workforce.
Hazard Communication Standard Pictogram Quiz