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Lack of Safety ... And Common Sense

The other day, I watched two guys from my office window dismantling some sheet metal skirting which was about 15 feet tall, around the base of a sign in winds gusting to 45 mph. 182 more words


Construction Myth Busting #13

This is the end of the myths of construction safety discussion. Thank you to those who have joined me to let me know your thoughts on Ron Prichard’s Construction Safety Myths – whether it was by email or blog comments, your insight was appreciated… 231 more words


CDM - Have Your Say

Whether at home or abroad, the Construction industry is still one of the most risk-inherent sectors in which to work with serious incidents and fatalities on sites from Brazil to London having recently been reported in the media. 525 more words


Unique “hand-off” Safety Taglines Head to Canada

Yorkshire, UK based safety products manufacturer, Tagattach Limited have added Brasco Safety Inc. of Alberta, Canada to their growing list of distributors, who will take the Tagattach and Grip Rope products to new and existing customers throughout Canada. 242 more words


Hazards and Prevention of slips, trips& falls

Work-related slip, trip, and fall incidents can fre­quently result in serious disabling injuries that im­pact an employee’s ability to do his or her job, often resulting in… 653 more words


Construction Myth Busting #12

If you have read our recent blogs you will remember I am addressing construction safety. If you are just joining us, I came across an article with a very different perspective on construction safety. 215 more words

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