What can you do to recognize hazards and avoid injuries on the job site for you and your coworkers?
Training, Training, Training!
We have come a long way when it comes to job safety and protecting our employees since the iconic photo “Lunch atop a Skyscraper” was taken on September 20, 1932. Eleven ironworkers sitting on a steel beam 850 feet above the ground on the sixty-ninth floor of the RCA Building in Manhattan.
June marks the National Safety Council (NSC) National Safety Month. While we all know safety is important year-round, this month we work to highlight efforts to keep all our employees in the field, in the office, and even at home safe by pointing out things we can all do to avoid hazards and accidents. We will post a safety article once a week all through June and we hope you find the information we share informative.