New Employees and Fire Prevention

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As safety professionals we all know that new employees, or those performing new tasks, are the most likely to suffer injury. I can remember one incident where an operator ran one machine for nearly 40 years. Eventually he took a different job in the plant and about a month later, the operator of his old… Read more »

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The Importance of Being Earnest (About Subcontractors)

Posted by & filed under Construction, General Liability.

Having a poor performing subcontractor can upset the entire project, resulting in:  increased costs, increased risk of accidents, poor finished product and not meeting construction schedules.  All of these outcomes impact the reputation of all contractors on the project, most notably the general contractor. Hiring a contractor is the most important step in the process… Read more »

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