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How to Avoid Asphyxiation Due To Hazard in Pits

How to Avoid Asphyxiation Due To Hazard in Pits

Janet Cornett July 30, 2018 0

Construction workers are exposed to some of the most dangerous health hazards. This includes dangers that come with working in confined spaces one of which is asphyxiation. Under normal conditions, we can breathe air

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Fear? Not If You Use OSHA 10 Safety Training The Right Way!

Fear? Not If You Use OSHA 10 Safety Training The Right Way!

Janet Cornett July 30, 2018 0

Construction workers are constantly exposed to serious occupational hazards (such as electric shocks, falls, repetitive motion injuries, scaffold collapse injuries etc) on worksites which can prove fatal. However, those risks can be reduced a

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Safe Practices Loading, Driving, & Unloading

Safe Practices Loading, Driving, & Unloading

Janet Cornett July 30, 2018 0

Worksite employees are almost always exposed to certain hazards that greatly increase the risk of accidents. Employers are tasked with preventing such potentially life-threatening scenarios to the best of their capacity. The Occupational Safety

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EM 385 Guide: Temporary Facilities

EM 385 Guide: Temporary Facilities

Janet Cornett July 30, 2018 0

The United States Army Corps of Engineer (USACE) Safety and Health Requirements Manual, EM 385-1-1, is specifically devised for contractors working on military projects. The manual provides regulations regarding construction on military sites. The

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What are the Hazards of Hand Tools – INFOGRAPHIC

What are the Hazards of Hand Tools – INFOGRAPHIC

Janet Cornett July 30, 2018 0

Improper Use and Maintenance are the Biggest Reasons for Hand Tools-related Accidents and Injuries. Hand Tools are Powered Manually, and Can Include: CLICK HERE TO VIEW IMAGE Share this image on your site by copying

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Welding Safety: Potential Hazards to Avoid – INFOGRAPHIC

Welding Safety: Potential Hazards to Avoid – INFOGRAPHIC

Janet Cornett July 30, 2018 0

How to complete any welding project safely. Welding can prove to be a highly dangerous occupation, particularly if safety measures are ignored. Welders face a range of potential hazards which can cause severe injuries,

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How to Become an Environmental Specialist

How to Become an Environmental Specialist

Janet Cornett July 29, 2018 0

An environmental specialist addresses environmental issues via scientific research. This includes coming up with solutions to curb pollution, increase sustainability, replenish resources and improve conservation efforts. In most cases, they create reports based on

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Renewable Energy: Using Solar Power in Construction

Renewable Energy: Using Solar Power in Construction

Janet Cornett July 29, 2018 0

The strong adoption of renewable energy and big push to have as many households and industries move away from fossil fuel is attributed to global warming. Most of us paid little heed to early

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Monitoring Atmospheric Hazards – INFOGRAPHIC

Monitoring Atmospheric Hazards – INFOGRAPHIC

Janet Cornett July 29, 2018 0

A guide for monitoring atmospheric hazards in confined spaces. Confined spaces expose entrants to a variety of atmospheric hazards. These include: Acute Illness, Death, Entrapment, Severe Injury CLICK HERE TO VIEW IMAGE Share this

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What to Do About UST Releases?

What to Do About UST Releases?

Janet Cornett July 29, 2018 0

UST releases and leaks can lead to serious environmental and health issues. If you think a tank has sprung leaks, the first thing you need to do is report the incident to the implementing

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