Mitch Pieper

In the news: Safe + Sound Week on August 13th

WASHINGTON, DC – The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) encourages Americans to commit to workplace safety and health by participating in Safe + Sound Week, August 13-19, 2018. Establishing a safety and health program is simple. Some steps to get started include worker training, hazard identification, and seeking worker input …

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Safety Checklist

Personal Protective Equipment: Needed at this work-site? Hard hats 1. Supplied by employer Yes No Not Needed DK2. Worn when required Yes No DK Boots 1. Supplied by workers Yes No Not Needed DK2. Worn when required Yes No DK Hearing Protection 1. Supplied by employer Yes No Not Needed DK2. Worn when required Yes …

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The Importance of keeping your construction site clean

Construction sites aren’t normally synonymous with cleanliness, in the sense of being dust and dirt free. However, in order to be a safe place to be, a construction site should be well-organized and free of trash and debris. It’s important to keep your employees and visitors safe when on-site. Tools should be located in their …

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The Importance of Safety Meetings & Toolbox Talks in Construction

Worker safety should be the number one priority of every construction company. Safety meetings and toolbox talks should be conducted on a regular basis to educate workers on safe work practices and stay compliant with regulations regarding safety and training. Safety meetings and toolbox talks are important to building a strong safety culture and reinforcing your …

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