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...
Monthly Safety Tip #1

Monthly Safety Tip #1

Driving in the winter means changes in the way you drive.  Prepare for the season with these helpful tips… Check the Weather Before You Go If the weather is frigid, you’re going to want to warm up the car before you drive it. To prevent carbon monoxide...
Monthly Safety Tip #2

Monthly Safety Tip #2

Back injuries are as preventable as they are common – make every move a safe move! Lifting heavy objects causes a large portion of work place injuries. Knowing the proper techniques to lift/carry an object can help prevent injuries and future back problems. Ways to...
Monthly Safety Tip #3

Monthly Safety Tip #3

Housekeeping – Everyone Plays a Role in Keeping the Jobsite in Safe Order! Effective housekeeping is an ongoing process and something that is easily tackled. It is up to each person on site to practice housekeeping – Don’t wait for someone else to do it. Help prevent...
Monthly Safety Tip #4

Monthly Safety Tip #4

Everyone in construction needs to focus on Safety. Falls on jobsites account for the greatest number of fatalities in construction: more than 300 people die in ladder-related accidents a year. Thousands more suffer disabling injuries. When high up, place HIGH EMPHASIS...

The Contractor’s Guide to Safety Performance Ratings

Keeping your crew safe is one of your most important responsibilities on the construction site. Learning how to manage your craftsmen and promote safety are the first steps to excelling in your safety performance ratings. Promote Safety on the Job Site Create a...