When two or more people are given a task to perform, communication is always an important aspect. Without a clear plan and effective communication execution of the task may be more difficult and will put
Are You Aware? Under the Occupational Safety and Health Act, employees are afforded certain protections. In addition, the Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) requires a workplace safety program to manage the prevention of work
Are You Aware? Eye injuries are one of the most common injuries a hazardous workplace employer can expect. On average, over 2000 eye injuries occur each day with 10-20% of those resulting in permanent vision
“Safety is important not just to us and our families but to our employer as well.” We are encouraged to be safe and to think about safety all the time. This takes place on the
Hammers, wrenches, chisels, pliers, screwdrivers, and other hand tools are often underrated as sources of potential danger. Hand tools may look harmless, but they are the cause of many injuries. In fact, numerous workplace injuries
It is important to establish a safe work zone around every job. Each time we step into certain work areas, we are exposed to nearby hazards. These may include high voltage, high-pressure air, rotating machinery,
General Requirements Excavations and trenches 5 feet in depth or greater must be protected from cave-in by sloping, shoring, shielding, or must be designed by a registered professional engineer. If the potential for a cave-in
The December R.A.M.P. newsletter focuses on winter holiday fire safety, cold season and silica dust. Download the newsletter below to learn more.
The November R.A.M.P. newsletter focuses on the hazards of gravity. Download the newsletter below to learn more.
Are You Aware? According to a recent survey conducted by the National Safety Council, approximately one-third of workers in high hazard industries do not believe safety is valued. Divided out by industry, 58% of construction