Housekeeping Plays an Important Role on Every Job Site
Believe it or not, OSHA cares how neat and tidy you are on the job site. Messy projects mean the potential for OSHA poor housekeeping citations.
Job Site Safety During Demolition Preparation Work is Important
During demolition planning activities keep safety in mind when considering demo methods, equipment to be used, potential hazards, and PPE selection.
Barricades are an Important Component of Work Area Safety
If there is a potential hazard appropriate barricades must be in place. Do you know what can safely be used as a barricade if used properly?
Lightning Hazards and Safety Precautions for Outdoor Workers
Review lightning hazards and safety recommendations for outdoor workers provided by OSHA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
How to Prevent, Predict and Respond to Workplace Violence
Gain perspective on the different types of workplace violence, warning signs to be aware of, reporting and investigation guidance, and active shooter scenarios.
Safety Precautions to Prevent Injuries on Loading Docks
Loading docks can be high-traffic areas that present a variety of safety hazards that employees need to be aware of during the course of the work day.
Use Your Safety Program to Minimize Slip, Trip and Falls
Slip, trip and fall hazards are lurking everywhere on the walking/working surfaces at work, but a good safety program can minimize those risks.
Reminders About Coral Snake Dangers for Outdoor Workers
For outdoor workers there may be the opportunity to encounter venomous snakes on the job and safety training should include how to watch for snakes.
Construction Workers Should Recognize Job Site Rebar Hazards
Review the job site safety precautions all crew members should follow when working with or near rebar on any construction site.