If you work at a construction site, it's important to protect yourself. Make sure you always wear your personal protective equipment (PPE) and follow all site safety regulations. When you work around vehicles or machinery on the site, the potential for serious injury is always present. Make sure you follow the tips outlined in this post to help avoid vehicle and machinery accidents at the construction site.
Working in the construction industry can be rewarding and dangerous all at the same time. Why? You feel a sense of worth because you are building things with your own hands. But you might also feel unsafe because of the working conditions or the natural danger of the job site. One way to remain safe is by wearing personal protective equipment (PPE) at all times while on the job in Saint Croix. Here's why you should inspect your PPE daily.
The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has faulted two utility contractors for their part in an explosion that killed a volunteer firefighter and left two others injured.
Construction workers often have to work at heights, and falls are a serious risk. While it is impossible to completely eliminate the risk that a worker will fall, giving that worker fall protection gear -- a harness and a rope -- can reduce the odds of a serious injury or a fatality. It can keep workers safe.
Scaffolding systems are very common in construction and related industries, as they make it easier for workers at heights to do complex jobs. However, like extension ladders, they also introduce a significant safety risk. A fall from any height can be dangerous, resulting in serious injuries and even death.
A car accident on Interstate 41 in Appleton sent two people to the emergency room on August 18. The accident occurred around 3:45 a.m. It took place on the southbound side of I-41 at Highway 441 approaching Ballard Road. One of the people injured in the crash was a Wisconsin highway worker.
So many people look forward to the summer months in Wisconsin, especially after the brutal weather the winter brings to the area. But, not everyone likes the heat that the summer months bring, especially those who work outdoors on roadways, construction sites, farms and stadiums. The heat can cause a lot of health problems if you are not safe. Be sure to follow these heat-related safety tips.
Working on a construction site in Saint Croix, Wisconsin, can be very dangerous. You might take all of the safety precautions in the world to heart but you could still wind up in an accident and suffer an injury. Scaffolding is an intricate part of a construction site that must be constructed properly or else it could lead to collapse and very tragic conditions.
When you leave for work in the morning in Saint Croix, you might not be thinking about suffering an injury on the job. But, if you work in construction, you very well could suffer an injury. No matter how safe you are, someone else could make a mistake or operate a forklift in an unsafe manner, leading to you being injured at work. Here are some forklift operation safety tips for your construction team in Wisconsin.
The construction season in the state of Wisconsin is rapidly approaching and officials in the state are preaching awareness of construction zone safety. Notably, officials in Outagamie County are pushing for public awareness of this very important topic. The officials in the county are asking for both the public and construction workers in these zones to be aware of their surroundings in order to remain safe when in the zones.