Construction Safety

02Aug 2016

Drink Water, Keep Moving. The importance of hydration can not be overstated. Water makes up a full 60% of the human body, and without it, we can not function properly.  Water keeps us at optimal performance levels by regulating our core body temperature, carrying key nutrients to vital organs, and flushing internal toxins through sweat. We

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05Apr 2016

Finding the Exit Sign Power plants, steel forges, paper mills, and aluminum manufacturing facilities all have one thing in common: an accident may just be a split second away. Fires, explosions, chemical leaks, and the like are all too common hazards in these industries. As workers are often in a location that is isolated or

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04Feb 2016

Stay Safe When Using a Forklift Fork trucks are used in every type of facility. From fan factories to steel mills to aluminum fabrication plants. We come in contact with many different types of these forklifts and fork trucks on a daily basis. From electric forklifts to reach trucks to counterbalance forklifts, they are so

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29Oct 2015

Balancing Act – Keeping Safe on a Ladder At Moffitt, we use portable, non-self-supporting ladders in nearly every aspect of the work we perform. In the factory, we use them to access equipment and lighting.  In the office, we occasionally use them for routine maintenance and repair access. And of course, on the job site,

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21Sep 2015

Keep Your Attitude in Check “The Five Hazardous Attitudes” are the source of most on-the-job incidents. These attitudes, Anti-Authority, Impulsivity, Invulnerability, Macho, & Resignation, often lead to poor judgment and risk assessment. Properly evaluating the situation, including its risks, is vital to ensuring a safe work environment. These attitudes often pop up in everyday life, aviation,

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