July 2019 Free Safety Meetings

This month we have prepared safety meetings on the following topics: Bloodborne Pathogens Carbon Monoxide Safety Ladder Safety Lead Safety Respirator Safety If you have questions or need to get registered please email SALES@PASAFETY.COM…

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Heat Stroke

Workers that are required to work in hot environments for long periods of time are at risk of suffering heat illness. Heat illness occurs when the body is unable to maintain normal temperature in hot conditions. Heat stroke is the most serious…

Hearing Protection and PPE

Ear plugs should be worn in production areas where they are required! There are no exceptions to this policy even for somebody just passing through one of these areas ear plugs are a requirement. Last year alone there were over 21,000 cases…

First Aid and CPR Training Requirements

While keeping workplaces safe and free of hazards is the priority, accidents do happen. It is important to have a first aid program where employees are properly trained to help an injured co-worker until professional help arrives. OSHA gives…

Fatigue On The Job

Generally, the word “fatigue” implies feeling tired, sleepy, loss of memory, increased errors in judgment, increased stress, and, poor decision making. Fatigue can be acute or chronic. Lack of sleep or short terms of heavy mental or physical…

Carbon Monoxide

Carbon monoxide is often referred to as the silent killer. The reason for this is because it is an odorless and tasteless gas. It could be present, and you would not know unless you had an air monitoring device or a CO alarm with you. Carbon…

Asphalt Fumes

Road construction crews are ramping up everywhere this time of year. Asphalt Fumes can be dangerous, and procedures should be in place to protect you and your workers. Asphalt is a black or brown, semi-solid or liquid mixture used for buildings,…

Amputations

Amputation is the loss of a body part resulting from accidents or injuries. Amputations can happen at almost any worksite. Construction, industrial, manufacturing, and transportation worksites are at a higher risk. Is your facility or project…