One thousand seven hundred and fifty, that is the number of people injured on average at baseball games every year. It is because of this staggering number that many baseball stadiums are looking to extend there netting in order to protect the audience.
With the Machine Safety Blitz upon us it is time to take action in order to be prepared. So what can you do?
Machines need machine guarding, that’s a reality! There is a cost involved, however at the end of the day, it can and will save your employees.
In Ontario, we have OHSA, Occupational Health and Safety Association, they set out minimum health and safety standards to protect workers against hazards on the job. If those standards aren’t upheld, there are stiff financial penalties to pay.
Spring is a time of renewal, spring cleaning and maintenance. It’s time to do your seasonal must do’s for roof top maintenance. Ensure your roof top work environment and rooftop access are safe and protected with RoofGuard. Taking shortcuts when working on a rooftop without proper protection will only spell disaster.
For many years now, working safely at heights has been at the forefront of issues that regulators and inspectors review for job site safety. Recognizing that even relatively small falls can result in devastating injuries, lost production, and larger fines, employers are more likely than ever to look for different options for fall protection solutions to keep workers safe. In an effort to simplify this goal, however many employers get sidetracked by setting oversimplified goals intended to meet the letter of the law.