The American Ladder Institute recommends that ladders be viewed like any other important tool on the jobsite, and has designated March, National Ladder Safety Month, because ladder safety is essential. Ladders are more dangerous than you might think. According to OSHA, falls in general are the [...]Read more Ladder Safety is Imperative Every Month
CCI is proud to report the results for our National Safety Stand-Down for Fall Prevention 2019! We reached out to our clients to schedule safety stand-downs for their workers and in the hopes of beating our numbers from previous years … and the numbers are in! In the months of May & [...]Read more CCI Conducts Stand-Downs For 500 People!
May 8th-12th was OSHA’s 2017 National Safety Stand-Down to Prevent Falls in Construction. Compliance Consultants reached out to our valued clients and scheduled 12 different safety stand-downs at various construction sites throughout Pennsylvania and New Jersey. OSHA began the National Safety [...]Read more CCI Conducts Safety Stand-Downs for Over 300 People!
Why should you provide training for your employees? Training is an important component to any safety program. A proper training program allows your employees to work safely knowing the risks and hazards that are present at the jobsite and how they should deal with them. In addition, regular [...]Read more Now’s the Time for Safety Training!
Excavation and trench work is some of the most dangerous work in the construction industry. The hazards are many: falls, falling objects, hazardous atmospheres, and trench collapse to name a few. Here are some basic protective measures to keep you and others safe when working in and around [...]Read more Excavation and Trench Safety
The amount of safety-related items needed at a construction site before work begins can be overwhelming. We’ve put together a list of some of the most common documentation, programs, paperwork and materials that are necessary in order to comply with federal, state, and local requirements. These [...]Read more Construction Start-Up Safety Checklist
Construction doesn’t take a break in the winter so it’s important at this time of year to think about the additional hazards that are present at jobsites due to winter weather and the corresponding safety precautions that need to be taken. Cold temperatures, wet weather, and frigid winds can [...]Read more Winter Safety on Construction Sites
Good housekeeping should be a primary concern of all. Poor housekeeping can lead to increased accidents for your employees. Not only is this an obvious safety problem but it also reflects poorly on your company, implying that the project is poorly managed and your company lacks professionalism. [...]Read more The Importance of Jobsite Housekeeping
The Importance of PPE to You and Your Employees Every year millions of injuries occur on jobsites throughout the country. Many of these injuries could have been avoided had the workers been wearing the appropriate PPE for the job. There are so many benefits to having a PPE program in place that [...]Read more Don’t Skimp on PPE!