Posts Tagged: National Safety Month

Beat the Heat at the Construction Site this Summer with These 4 Tips



Summer is here, and that comes with many advantages and disadvantages, especially in the Southeastern US. When the weather warms, construction gigs are more pleasant – until it hits 90+ degrees. Here we’ll talk about how to keep your energy up and beat the heat when working construction gigs:     1. Dress for the… Read More »

National Safety Month: 5 Ways to Ensure the Safety of Your Construction Workers


Time to celebrate the final week of National Safety Month with an emphasis on protecting your workers. Every construction crew needs to prioritize safety, and as a manager, you’ll want to focus on the best ways to prevent hazardous incidents in the workplace. Today we’re talking about 5 different ways to keep your team protected.  1.… Read More »

National Safety Month: Personal Protective Equipment for Welders


Welders: we’re here for you. Taking care of all-important welding work is crucial to the infrastructure of the United States. For National Safety Month, we want to zero in on what trades need to remain secure. Today we’re talking about the gear it takes to stay safe when it comes to welding. Here is what… Read More »

National Safety Month: How Often Do Employees Need OSHA Training?


Safety organizations and construction corporations make it clear that all employees have to stay updated with OSHA training. However, that information can be confusing – when does each worker need to re-train? How fast should they need to renew? In honor of National Safety Month, we are clearing up some confusion on when exactly you… Read More »

National Safety Month: 10 Crucial Safety Tips for Electricians


Electricians take heed! For National Safety Month, we’re rounding up the ten most crucial pieces of advice you need to know to avoid danger when you are in the electrical industry.  1. Know the Code  As the industry changes, standards remain. Your duty as an electrician is to constantly monitor the guidelines intended to keep… Read More »