Tag Archives: OSHA

Use Stand-Downs to Step Up Safety

OSHA has partnered with other safety organizations for the National Safety Stand-Down to Prevent Falls in Construction May 4-15. The program’s goal is to bring attention to the importance of safety procedures and employee training in preventing fall hazards in the construction industry. During those two weeks employers and supervisors were encouraged[…] Read More →

Reducing Construction Site Injuries and Fatalities with Auto-Sign

Construction is an inherently unsafe industry. Every day workers on construction sites deal with potentially lethal equipment, including chemicals, power tools, and electricity. Site supervisors want to keep workers healthy and costs low; yet, according to OSHA reports, thousands of construction workers are killed on the job each year. Tens[…] Read More →

Spring into Safety: Three Tips for a Safe (and Injury-Claim Free!) Season

Now that spring has officially arrived, rain and melting snow are everywhere. While this is great news for spring flowers, it’s not such good news for business owners and their insurance providers! Lots of precipitation means wet shoes and wet floors, which could lead to a slip and fall accident.[…] Read More →