Monthly Safety Tip #13

Monthly Safety Tip #13

Every year, many workers become sick from occupational heatexposure, and some are fatally injured.These illnesses and fatalities are preventable. Following a few simple steps can help you and prevent heat-related illness: Drink water every 15 minutes, even if you are...
Monthly Safety Tip #12

Monthly Safety Tip #12

Falls: The Leading Cause of Fatalities in Construction Did you know that approximately one-third of construction related fatalities are fall-related. And that 70% of fall fatalities are from roofs, ladders and scaffolds*. It is up to you to make the decision to...
Monthly Safety Tip #11

Monthly Safety Tip #11

Evacuation Safety. Be prepared before an emergency strikes Depending on your work site, there may be emergency situations that would require an evacuation plan. Emergencies can include: Fires Weather-related danger Toxic material release Explosions Workplace violence...

OSHA 10 Hour Construction and Maritime Course

How does Tradesmen International stand out in the crowd? Quite simply, ensuring our employees have convenient access to safety training. Annually, thousands of Tradesmen office and field employees complete the OSHA 10 Hour Construction Safety and Health, and Maritime...
Monthly Safety Tip #8

Monthly Safety Tip #8

Few job sites stay the same day-to-day.  Take the time to assess and evaluate your next move. The dynamics of a job site are ever-changing and the ability to identify hazards and potential hazards is crucial – for your safety and that of your co-workers. By taking...
Monthly Safety Tip #7

Monthly Safety Tip #7

Preventing Eye Injuries. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, nearly three out of five workers were not wearing eye protection at the time of an eye injury. When asked why, “I didn’t think that I needed them” was the most common answer given by...