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Bruce Logan

Bruce Logan

Senior Risk Management Consultant

Bruce joined the ICW Group in 2006 and services the state of Florida. He specializes in transportation and fleet, construction, products liability, property/life safety, and ergonomics.

Posts by Bruce...

A Heads Up to Lumber Yards

May 4, 2017 by Bruce Logan No comments

If you own, work or have your employees purchase materials from a lumber yard, then you’ll want to review this. Lumber yards possess a variety of hazards and safety challenges, and OSHA is taking notice! Below, are the most common …  Read more …

Can you Dig it? Tips for Digging Safely

April 20, 2017 by Bruce Logan Comments off

Do you really know that you are clear below or do you just dig until you “hit” something? According to the Common Ground Alliance, an underground utility line is damaged once every six minutes because someone dug without knowing the …  Read more …

Carbon Monoxide- an Invisible Danger

December 20, 2016 by Bruce Logan No comments

Winter is here and in much of the country that means cold weather. Often, this also means that doors will be closed to conserve heat.  Gasoline and diesel powered motor vehicles, fork lift trucks, air compressors, space heaters, and pressure washers …  Read more …

When it Comes to Hurricanes— Always be Prepared

August 17, 2016 by Bruce Logan No comments

Hurricane season for the United States is June 1st to November 30th. Many regions are in the middle of hurricane season now, but it is never too late to prepare. Thankfully, with the help of Doppler radar and other meteorological advances, sufficient storm …  Read more …

Man Lift Safety: The Hazards Lurking Overhead and Underneath

July 22, 2016 by Bruce Logan No comments

I often encourage the use of man lifts over ladders, for the simple reason that they offer a safer work platform. However, they also present unique risks that workers don’t come across with ladders, which could put your employees at …  Read more …

Breathe Easy: The User Seal Test

April 18, 2016 by Bruce Logan No comments

Airborne contaminants can pose a serious threat to workers’ health.  To prevent injury and illness from those contaminants,  employers must determine the severity of the threat, and if needed, provide controls and personal protective equipment (PPE) to reduce that threat.  …  Read more …