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.
Red Cross Heath Safety Tips: Everyone is at risk when temperatures rise above 90 degrees.
Mental health and wellness, may be one of the biggest safety issues on your jobsites today.
Ergonomics is defined as fitting the job or task to the worker in order to reduce the risk of musculoskeletal disorders or MSD.
Has this thought ever crossed your mind? The only way to be safe from falls is to avoid them! Avoidance is the key word.
Place the letter of the corresponding picture to the definition below:
When working on a wire rope suspended scaffold the failure of the wire rope or other components presents a true “free fall” hazard. Therefore, it is imperative that each worker Know and Understand the following:
The back is one of the strongest anatomical structures of the body, however, heavy lifting, repetitive movements, and/or sitting all day can weaken the back.
Skid steer loaders are used for material handling and excavating. Workers who operate or work near this equipment are at risk for injuries from falling off or being struck by the equipment.
What is a respirator? A respirator is a protective facepiece, hood or helmet designed to protect the wearer against a variety of harmful airborne agents.