The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted everyone and every aspect of our economy in different ways.
Mental health and wellness, though never included in Safety Week before, may be one of the biggest safety issues on our jobsites today.
“The minute you get away from fundamentals – whether its proper technique, work ethic or mental preparation – the bottom can fall out of your game, your school work, your job, whatever you’re doing.” (Michael Jordan)
This year’s Construction Safety Week (9/14-9/18) theme is Built on Safety.
How observant are you? We live in fast times-both at home and work. With everything going on around us ……it is easy to glance over the small details.
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.
Do you love an adrenaline rush? Do you like to take chances and play the odds? If you answer yes to these two questions, you may be a risk taker.
Warm weather months invariably include days at the beach, picnics in the backyard, softball games and other outdoor activities.
The foreman watched in horror while his best friend was electrocuted while cleaning out an electrical cabinet.
Learn to identify conditions and behaviors that cause falls: Stairways, Ladders, Scaffolds, Floor Openings, Wall Openings.