Wednesday, September 19, 2018

General

Safety meetings related to general safety and a variety of topics, industries and fields

New On The Job

Every time you change jobs or are new on a job you face a higher probability of being injured on the job. Studies show that in heavy industries up to 25% of injuries, or 1 in every 4 workers, will be injured within the first 30 days of starting work. Think of that—the first 30 days!

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Temporary Heating Devices

Temporary heating devices are a vital part of being able to work effectively in cold weather. They allow temperature-critical work to continue on schedule, and provide for more comfortable working conditions. However, as a result of poor selection and careless use of portable heaters, injuries and damaging fires occur every year.

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The Dangers of Hydraulic Hoses

Hydraulic hoses are not designed to leak- but those of you who have worked in the field-have seen it happen. And when they do, something is wrong. Leaks from high-pressure hydraulic lines are not just messy; they are dangerous. Leaks create slip and fall hazards, fire danger, and they contaminate the environment.

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