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It is essential to follow safe work practices and avoid bad habits if you work with hand tools. Imagine you are concerned about avoiding finger amputations, preserving your vision, and preventing injury. Listen to learn more. Download a pdf copy at toddjeromejenkins.com.Todd Jerome Jenkins
 
The number of people needed for a job may vary based on the work needed. Safety is usually discussed in the morning huddle when working in a group. The daily safety meetings remind everyone to follow safe work practices when working in a group. When working together, everyone should look out for each other and keep each other safe and on track. Wha…
 
"What is a site-specific safety plan" is a question I've been asked many times throughout my career as a safety professional. First, a site-specific safety plan is not your company's safety policy manual. Listen in and visit the website for more information. Blog: https://toddjeromejenkins.com/wordpress/en-US/blog/ Quizzes: https://toddjeromejenkin…
 
Conversation with Sean Snow, CRSP. Connect with Sean Snow, CRSP, on LinkedIn. We talk about getting into safety, "it's the way it's always been done," production over safety, and the need to stop work when change occurs. Blog: https://toddjeromejenkins.com/wordpress/en-US/blog/ Quizzes: https://toddjeromejenkins.com/wordpress/en-US/category/quiz/ F…
 
General Duty Clause 29 U.S.C. § 654 General Duty Clause of the United States Occupational Safety and Health Act states: 5(a)1: Each employer shall furnish to each of his employees employment and a place of employment which are free from recognized hazards that are causing or are likely to cause death or serious physical harm to his employees." 5(a)…
 
OSHA writes safety standards, and the company you work for has a written safety program. Nevertheless, rules and regulations mean little if you don't have a positive attitude about safety. Accidents don't just happen. They are caused. Your decisions either increase or decrease the likelihood of accidents on this site. Your safety attitude, or how y…
 
Earthquakes, floods, hurricanes, active shooters, tornadoes, explosions, blizzards, ice storms, civil unrest, fires, building collapses, terrorism, and crane accidents are among the disasters that can require evacuation. It is possible for disasters to strike at any time and without warning, whether they are natural or man-made. As a result, it's e…
 
When we think about disasters or prepare for them, we tend to think they won't happen to us. In reality, emergencies can occur anywhere and at any time. Being prepared begins with planning before a disaster or emergency occurs. It is an important step to review the plan annually and update it to reflect any changes. Making sure that everyone unders…
 
Whenever we flip a switch, electricity powers our homes, our hand tools, and our lights. It is important to remember that electricity can also cause injury or death if we don't respect it and work safely around it. Electric hazards include shocks, burns, explosions, fires, falls from elevations, and electrocutions. Listen to learn more. Download a …
 
Conversation with Nick Peasley CSP. Connect with Nick Peasley, CSP | LinkedIn. We talk about getting into safety, communication, and getting folks to just wear your PPE (basic blocking and tackling). Blog: https://toddjeromejenkins.com/wordpress/en-US/blog/ Quizzes: https://toddjeromejenkins.com/wordpress/en-US/category/quiz/ Free Weekly Safety Top…
 
Pushing, pulling, lifting, carrying, or handling something too heavy for your body can cause overexertion injuries. Injury to ligaments, muscles, or tendons can cause acute or chronic pain. Commonly affected areas include the neck, shoulders, arms, hands, legs, and back. Avoid overexertion injuries by thinking before you move. Download the topic to…
 
How often do you think about protecting your lungs? Do you know what's in the air you are breathing? When is the last time anyone posted air monitoring results from trades that produce a large amount of dust? Do you know what work exposes you to asbestos, lead, nuisance dust, or silica? Or what chemicals that you work with that are hazardous such a…
 
Flash floods, thunderstorms, tornadoes, hurricanes, ice storms, snowstorms, and windstorms are a few types of severe weather mother nature throws at us. It's easy to be prepared when severe weather arrives with plenty of notice, but it can also knock us off guard, leaving devastation and chaos. It is essential to be prepared for all types of severe…
 
Don't be afraid to reach out to new workers, even if they don't approach you first. Everyone is new to the job at some point in their career. If you're new to the job, take the time to listen to what the more seasoned people are telling you. It may save your life or the life of someone else one day.Todd Jerome Jenkins
 
The purpose of job safety analyses (JSA) is to identify and control the hazards associated with your work. It is vital that people involved in performing the work be consulted during the planning process.Todd Jerome Jenkins
 
As you go about your day, look for unsafe acts or conditions. Stop and briefly chat with coworkers to help them correct unsafe conditions or acts. You can make a difference, and you might even save a life today.Todd Jerome Jenkins
 
Catchphrases and expressions are common in every industry and are known by most people in that industry. Most of the sayings I review are likely familiar to anyone who has worked in construction for any length of time. Just because you have heard them before, or they’ve been around for a long time does not lessen their usefulness.…
 
This week's topic is a review of OSHA's top 10 violations for FY 2021. You can download a pdf version for free on my website, toddjeromejenkins.com. Just head to the shop, everything is free. While on my site, check out the latest blog post and quiz. God bless, and be safe.Todd Jerome Jenkins
 
You probably know that some activities in construction require a competent person to design, supervise, or inspect the work area. OSHA defines a competent person as someone who: Is capable of identifying existing and predictable hazards in the surroundings, Is able to identify working conditions that are unsanitary, hazardous, or dangerous to emplo…
 
The Hazard Communication Standard (HCS) requires chemical manufacturers, distributors, or importers to provide Safety Data Sheets (SDSs) to communicate the hazards of hazardous chemical products. Employers must maintain copies of the SDS's for each chemical and make sure they are readily accessible during each shift to their employees. You can down…
 
Everyday safe means applying the principle of safety on and off the job. Make your safety an all-day, everyday habit. It only takes a few minutes to think about what you are doing and how you can do it without getting hurt. It only takes a few seconds to suffer an injury that changes your life forever. You can download a free pdf version of this to…
 
A safety moment is a brief discussion on a safety-related topic that can positively impact safety. Safety moments help people bring up safety issues they may not otherwise address. The 5-7 minutes spent talking about safety can have a lasting effect. Head over to my website, https://toddjeromejenkins.com, to learn more about my projects. God Bless,…
 
Ten Safety Habits Physical work is hazardous by nature. You can avoid accidents if you make safety a habit. Use these ten safety tips to make your workplace safer for you and the people you work with. You can download a free pdf version of this topic from my shop at toddjeromejenkins.com.Todd Jerome Jenkins
 
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