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Can you Dig it? Tips for Digging Safely

- May 14, 2019 by Guest Bloggers (View all posts by Guest)
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Do you really know that you are clear below or do you just dig until you “hit” something?  Even a small project can be a big problem if you hit an underground utility line. According to the Common Ground Alliance, …  Read more …

Get Organized!

- April 8, 2019 by Leslie Stoll, CSP, ARM (View all posts by Leslie)
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Have you ever heard or used this excuse?  “I cannot be as productive in a clean office because I need to be able to get to things quickly.” If you believe that, then I have a bridge to sell you …  Read more …

Steel Toe vs. Steel Plate

- March 27, 2019 by Dan Heinen, ASP (View all posts by Dan)
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Years ago in my previous occupation as an iron-worker, I was working for a state I live in. They routinely hired us to fabricate parts and do bridge repair. One this particular project I was working in the shop drilling …  Read more …

Helpful Tips to Engage Your Team

- March 19, 2019 by Terio Duran (View all posts by Terio)
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I vividly remember Mr. Evans to this day. He was my sixth grade U.S. history teacher.  He had a gray handle bar mustache with gray bushy side burns that extended down each side of his face. He was bald, except …  Read more …

Purpose of a Safety Meeting

- March 1, 2019 by John Virsack, ARM (View all posts by John)
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Do you sometimes find it difficult to hold your safety meetings on a consistent basis? Do you get push back or questions on you need to have safety meetings if you are not having accidents? Safety meetings are a great …  Read more …

Beware – Skylights!

- December 30, 2018 by Glen O'Rourke, ALCM (View all posts by Glen)
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For a variety of reasons, it may become necessary for employees to perform work on the roof of your building.  Repairs to the roof itself may be required, or equipment (air conditioning components, antennas, etc.) may need to be serviced. …  Read more …