by Collin Warren and Travis Vance As most employers know, a safety program is critical in nearly all work environments. Indeed, most employers have safety policies and procedures, employee handbooks, or some other form of written program to address safe work practices.
by Colleen Suo I recently had an opportunity sit down with Peter Wilcox of the Travelers insurance company. With 25 years experience in the insurance business, he is currently a National Underwriting Officer for the Inland Marine Division and previously was the technical director for the Inland Marine Division, utilizing his extensive experience dealing with […]
Demolition carries many of the same hazards that are found in construction. In addition to these risks, demolition also carries the risk of unknown hazards such as asbestos, or lead based paint. Before the demolition process begins OSHA standard 1926.850(a) requires that an engineering survey of the structure must be conducted by a competent person.
CDRA Webinar offers helpful advice by Jon M. Casey In recent years, recyclers have increased their safety awareness programs because of increased OSHA inspections throughout the industry. National headlines tell of costly penalties assessed due to infractions that could have been prevented.
Compact Equipment such as skid steers, forklifts and others have a variety of uses and are very popular pieces of equipment. Keeping the equipment we work with in a good, reliable condition is an important step in minimizing the risk associated with operating these pieces of equipment. Performing pre-operation inspections is a great way to […]