May 22nd, 2018
When it comes to safety in construction and manufacturing, there are Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) rules that a company cannot ignore. You always want to make sure you remember to put your safety and the safety of your employees and visitors first above all else. For you and your co-workers to remain safe while on the job steps must be taken to minimize potential injuries. Some of the potential injuries in a construction or industrial setting include being electrocuted, falling, receiving a head injury, being burnt, having a limb amputated, or experiencing hearing loss caused by loud equipment.