Fall Protection

Don't Fall Prey to Fall-Related Injuries

Department of Labor Doubles Down OSHA is committed to reducing the leading cause of worker fatality in the construction industry.  The sixth annual National Safety Stand-Down to Prevent Falls in Construction will be held May 6th through the…
Strong Safety Culture

Having a Strong Safety Culture

Companies that have a strong safety culture enjoy strong benefits.  Accidents can leave people injured or worse, dead, and can cost companies thousands to millions of dollars. When Safety is at the forefront of your business you can avoid all…
Accidents Happen

Accidents Happen

Accidents Happen Injury and non-injury accidents can cause job completion delays and can increase the costs of whatever operation is underway. Most, if not all, accidents can and should be avoided. However, in the real-world accidents do occur.…
fire extinguisher

Don't Get Burned!

Fire Prevention - Don't Get Burned According to the NFPA there were 7770 structural fires in industrial manufacturing over the 2011-2015 calendar years.  That's over 4 fires per day! And office fires cause roughly $108 million per year in…
Annual Requirements

New Year! Remember Your Annual Requirements

As we approach the new year it is important to remember your annual training requirements. On one hand it seems easy to remember because you train on them relatively frequently. On the other hand its easy to think you're still current but somehow…
Winter Safety

Winter Safety

Cold Weather Risk Factors Its winter time and that means one thing is certain to happen... Its going to get colder.  Cold weather adds a multitude of complications to whatever it is that you are doing outside.  It brings with it the obvious…
April 2019 Free Safety Meetings

April 2019 Free Safety Meetings

April 2019 Free Safety Meetings For our January 2019 Free Safety Meetings we have prepared free safety meetings on the following topics: Good Housekeeping Hazard Communication and OSHA Protecting Workers From the Hazards of Abrasive…
April 2019 Free Safety Meetings

March 2019 Free Safety Meetings

March 2019 Free Safety Meetings For our January 2019 Free Safety Meetings we have prepared free safety meetings on the following topics: Good Housekeeping Hazard Communication and OSHA Protecting Workers From the Hazards of Abrasive…
Typical Renovation Job Hazards

Typical Renovation Job Hazards

Who is at risk? All of us at some point will probably encounter a renovation in an old building, house, or manufacturing facility. Who is at risk? In a residential setting the family who lives in the property, their pets, and any guests that…