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Work Safely with Silica – a website we recommend you check out!

Work Safety With Silica is your one-stop spot for information on how to prevent a silica hazard and protect workers. We recommend this as a place where contractors can create a Site-Specific plan for silica exposure, gain information on how to recognize the hazard, and understand the risk factors. The website was created by CPWR – The Center for Construction Research and Training, an international leader in applied research and training for the construction industry. Click here to visit the well-informative website.       […]

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April’s Unsafe Photos

Our monthly installment of unsafe photos are below. Enjoy, but use these photos as a guide of what NOT to do!  

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Unsafe Photos For March!

Due to the month of March being National Ladder Safety Month, ladders are the theme!  

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March is National Ladder Safety Month!

The American Ladder Institute (ALI) has designated March 2017 as the first annual Nation Ladder Safety Month. Every year, over 300 people die in ladder-related accidents, and thousands suffer disabling injuries. ALI wants to raise awareness to this serious issue and has set goals for March. The goals of National Ladder Safety Month are to: Increase the number of ladder safety training certificates issued by ALI Increase the frequency that ladder safety training modules are viewed on www.laddersafetytraining.org  Lower the rankings of […]

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Great Video on the Importance of Safety

We found an inspiring video on the importance of safety, and how the lack of safety can affect a business. Watch the video below to see how a tragedy affected Mike’s business for the bad and the good.

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OSHA Makes Changes For Outreach Training Program Instructors

OSHA has revised the requirements for authorized trainers in its Outreach Training Program. They have updated and clarified student contact hours, replacement card procedures, the Trainer Code of Conduct, as well as added in a new elective to the selection of classes. The outreach program trains workers and supervisors to recognize and prevent safety and health hazards on the job, and to understand worker rights and employer responsibilities. For more information on the Outreach Training Program, click here.

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Indiana Health Safety Conference and Expo

We are proudly, once again, a sponsor for the Indiana Safety and Health Conference & Expo. This year the Expo is held February 28-March 2, 2017 at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis. As Gold Sponsors, we are able to pass along a significant discount for our Clients/Prospects to register for the Conference & Expo. Click on the photo below for your discount! Click here for more information regarding the Expo. We hope to see you there!  

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December’s Unsafe Photos

We’ve compiled our favorite silly, unsafe photos for the month of December. The foolishness, danger, and lack of awareness in the photos below is unbelievable. Hopefully you can spot the issues within each photo! Please do not try to duplicate any of the images below, as they are not safe.  

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OSHA issues “Recommended Practices For Safety & Health Programs In Construction”

OSHA has issued a guideline that should help industry employers develop proactive programs to keep their workplaces safe. The recommended practices should be helpful to small and medium sized contractors who may not have safety  and health specialists on staff. This is a wonderful tool that can be used as a guideline to prevent work-related injuries, illnesses and deaths, as well as financial difficulties these events can cause for workers, their families and their employers.  Click here to see the Recommended […]

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Trench Collapse Fatalities Have More Than Doubled in 2016

A recent fatality in Ohio has highlighted the fact that trench fatalities have more than doubled in the year 2016. There have been twenty three fatalities and twelve reported injuries regarding trenches. One cubic yard of soil can weight up to 3000 pounds, making trench collapses rarely survivable. Click here for the OSHA News Release. Click here for an OSHA Trenching and Excavation Fact Sheet.  

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