Trending Safety Solutions

Trending Safety Solutions In Construction

According to OSHA, the continuously evolving construction industry accounts for one in five worker fatalities across all private industries. It is crucial to stay vigilant and take the best safety precautions available when facing the multiple hazards present on a construction job site. Let’s highlight some current construction safety solutions trending in the market today that keep workers present, focused and safe on the job.

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Key Features Utility Workers Need in their Gas Detectors

Gas detection is an important safety precaution in the utilities industry.  However, when it comes to using gas detectors for utility work, it’s often hard to know how you should configure it for your specific application.  Case in point: working in the utilities industry could include digging trenches, working in manholes, installing/repairing cables, monitoring power distribution, and so on.  All these examples (and more) require gas detection, and in these few examples alone, the way you use and configure your gas monitor can vary dramatically.

Five Steps for Improving Construction Site Safety

Working on a construction site can be a dangerous occupation; that much is true. According to a report from Occupational Safety Health Administration (OSHA), construction-related fatalities accounted for 21.1% of all worker fatalities in 2018.  With nearly 6.5 million people working at over 250,000 construction sites across the U.S. on any given day, it’s easy to see why enforcing preventative construction site safety procedures is critical.

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Winter Is Coming… Are You Ready?

Like it or not, winter will be here before we all know it. And now is the best time to start thinking about your plan of attack in order to get out in front of it. No matter what winter looks like for you ‚Äď be it blizzard conditions, brutally cold temperatures, or heavy rain ‚Äď this change in working conditions is something that has to be prepared for to ensure you‚Äôre able to tackle the season head-on.

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Stay COOL and Don’t Stress

Heat related illness is a concern in any weather – anywhere!¬† As we are in the dog days of summer, working in abnormally hot conditions offers up an all too common set of conditions to guard against… heat related illnesses.

2 of the most common heat related illnesses are Heat Exhaustion and Heat Stroke.

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Positive Hydration Benefits & What Leads to Dehydration

Many of the doctors and experts say that we need to drink two to two and a half liters of water each and every day. That’s about a half a gallon, to a little bit more than a half a gallon, of liquids a day. Now that is just for when we are at normal activity that doesn’t include if we were out in the sun, playing sports, or doing any other type of strenuous activity. Obviously when those things happen we need to increase that amount of liquid.

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