Save the Date – The 2022 National Safety Stand-Down

Resources and ideas for participating in OSHA’s National Safety Stand-Down in May 2022 If you haven’t already heard, OSHA’s 9th Annual, National Safety Stand-Down to Prevent Falls in Construction is scheduled from May 2-6, 2022. So, what is a Stand-Down? OSHA … Continue reading

Preparing Job Sites for a Shutdown

Since the start of COVID-19 in the U.S., many uncertainties have been brought to the table, and to the job site.  From shifting safety measures to include social distancing and masks to moving office staff to remote capacities, business owners … Continue reading

Planning for Severe Weather Events

A look at preparations that construction professionals and business owners can take to keep their crews and businesses safe during hurricanes and severe weather events If you are anywhere near the State of Florida (even Georgia at this point), then … Continue reading

OSHA Update: New Final Rule on Crane Operator Certification Requirements

On Friday, October 9, 2018, OSHA announced a newly issued final rule on Crane Operator Certification Requirements.  In brief, OSHA’s standard for cranes and derricks in construction have been updated to clarify each employer’s duty to ensure the competency of … Continue reading

Communication is Crucial During Hurricane Season

Hurricane Season is here, and it is time to have those important conversations and reminders on safety with your crews and clients. There is just no way to avoid it… Hurricane Season comes every year, and every year you must … Continue reading

On the Importance of Safety Training and Fall Protection

A trained crew is a safe crew, and safety should be a top priority your job sites.  According to OSHA, there were nearly 4,700 worker fatalities in private industry in calendar year 2016.  Out of those, 991 (21.1%) were in … Continue reading