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After-Action Review (AAR) at the End of the Season

Once the cold season is over (and could it JUST END ALREADY?!?!), take some time to review the season. What strategies and procedures did you implement? Which of them worked? Which needed to be scrapped…

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Responding to Cold-Related Illnesses & Injuries

In a cold environment, most of the body’s energy is used to keep the internal core temperature warm. Over time, the body will begin to shift blood flow from the extremities (hands, feet, arms, and…

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Protect your Employees

Exposure to freezing and cold temperatures for extended periods of time may cause serious health problems such as trench foot, frostbite, and hypothermia. In extreme cases, including cold water submersion, exposure can lead to death.…

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Time to ENACT your Procedures

The cold weather is settling in at this point, and your employees should all be trained on your safety procedures for the weather. By now you should have implemented cold weather work schedules and are…

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What is the Polar Vortex?

The polar vortex is a large area of low pressure and cold air surrounding both of the Earth’s poles. It ALWAYS exists near the poles but weakens in summer and strengthens in winter. The term…

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Brace for Cold Weather

Outdoor work requires proper preparation, especially in severe winter weather conditions. Although OSHA does not have a specific standard that covers working in cold environments, employers have a responsibility to provide workers with employment and…

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Prevent Falls – PROVIDE

Employer Responsibility Workers who are six feet or more above lower levels are at risk for serious injury or death if they should fall. To protect these workers, employers must assess the workplace to determine…

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Prevent Falls – PLAN

Planning ahead for preventing falls is the best defense. Take the time on every project to go over with your team not only the fall hazards they may face, but making a plan for reducing those risks,…

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OSHA’s National Safety Stand Down to Prevent Falls in Construction

There is a saying in the safety world: “It’s not the fall that kills you; it’s the sudden stop at the end of it.” The fall’s impact on the body and the worker’s collision with…

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National Safety Stand Down to Prevent Falls in Construction

May 2nd to the 6th, 2022 OSHA will be holding a National Safety Stand Down to Prevent Falls in Construction. Your participation in this event can be a much or as little as you would…

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Supreme Court Halts Vax-or Test ETS

Last week the Supreme Court stopped the Occupational Safety and Health Administrations ETS requiring businesses with 100 or more employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or test regularly and wear a mask on the…

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