Wall Openings

General

Tool Box Talk: Wall Openings

  1) Discuss how wall openings need to be protected.

  2) Give this TOOL BOX TALK.

Tips for guarding windows:

According to preliminary 2007 fatality data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), there were at least 442 construction worker fatalities during 2007 as a result of falls from all causes. Construction falls can... Read More...

Food Safety Month - Separate

Disease Prevention

September has been designated as Food Safety Education Month so this week we’ll look at food safety. The four easy lessons of Clean, Separate, Cook, and Chill can protect you and your family. Today we’ll look at separate –

Keep raw meat and poultry apart from foods that won't be cooked. Use one cutting board for raw meat, poultry, and seafood and another for salads and ready-to-eat... Read More...

LIFT IT TWICE!!

Lifting

Most of you have heard the general rules of safe lifting. Remember to “Get a firm grip on the load, keep it close, bend at the knees, use your legs to lift the load, and keep your spine in the natural position (with an arch in your lower back).” These principles always apply and should be incorporated into every lift--if possible!

Given the enormous number of “risky” lifting... Read More...

Dust Mask??

Photographs Respiratory protection? 

Computer Eye Strain

Office

Today we’ll talk about a growing problem around the world as technology enters our lives at work and at home . . . eye strain.

As more people use computers in the workplace and home, complaints of eye fatigue, difficulty focusing and discomfort have become commonplace.

Computer video display terminals don't damage vision, but you might still experience eyestrain. Fortunately,... Read More...

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