Construction hazards with suggested options for making work safer
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Selecting Proper Welding Processes to Reduce Fume Exposure
When selecting the proper welding process for the task, evaluating the potential for fume generation and the availability of different, lo...
Using vacuum blasting equipment can help reduce exposure to silica, lead, and other hazardous substances produced by the abrasive blasting...
Alternative Saw Blades
Using an alternative saw blade designed to reduce noise can help lower the risk of hearing loss.
Abrasive Blasting Media that Reduce Exposure to Silica
Using alternative blasting media that do not contain crytalline silica and are designed to minimize dust production can help reduce airbor...
Lead Encapsulating Compounds
Lead encapsulating compounds can help prevent lead exposure by sealing the surface of lead-based paint and other coatings.
Ladder Safety Base System
A safety base system that secures an extension ladder up to 60 feet to prevent kick out and reduce lateral movement when used in conjuncti...
Featured Line of Work
Pipes & Vessels
Masonry, Tile, Cement & Plaster
Inspect and use scaffolds and ladders
Perform surface grinding or cutting
Cut boards and panels
Inspect and use mechanical lifts
Rig, load and transport construction debris
Cold-related Injuries and Illnesses
Heat and Sun Exposure
Stressful hand & wrist activity
Lifting and Carrying (Manual materials Handling)
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