Amputations & Entrapment

Such incidents are preventable through proper safety procedures, maintenance and guarding of machines, tools and equipment… READ MORE

Avoiding Crossbores

Crossbores occurs when horizontal directional drilling (HDD) equipment bores a new utility line through an existing utility line… READ MORE

Backhoe Safety

These versatile and easy-to-use machines are present on almost all excavation jobsites, however, they create a number of safety issues… READ MORE

Bucket Truck Safety

Bucket trucks expose workers to vehicle accident which are the most common cause of worker fatality… READ MORE

Buried Utility Safety

Excavators and their employees must be alert to possible underground utilities whenever doing dirt work… READ MORE

Confined Utility Safety

Confined spaces can be found everywhere in manufacturing environments and throughout our communities… READ MORE

Death by Backing

Backing incidents are completely preventable. What does your company policy say about backing vehicles? READ MORE

Death by Fall

Aside from vehicle collisions, jobsite falls are the 2nd most common way to be killed on the job… READ MORE

Distracted Driving

Traffic collisions are the top cause of work-related death for construction workers. This is due to the many miles our crews drive to reach their jobsites… READ MORE

Drug & Alcohol Use

Drug and alcohol use on and off the job can negatively affect your ability to work safely… READ MORE

Emergency Planning

All jobsites should have some form of emergency plan. Depending on the work being done, these emergency plans can become a bit more complex… READ MORE

Emergency Utility Damage

Utility lines, cables and pipelines give our lives comfort and convenience, but the can also be deadly when damaged… READ MORE

Excavation Slips, Trips, & Falls

Slips, trips, and falls are a leading construction employee injury and can also produce severe injuries and death… READ MORE

Excavator Blind Spot

Blind spots, falling loads, swing radius and loud noise are just a few of the many hazards created by construction equipment… READ MORE

Excuses For Not Working Safely

You can do all the safety meetings you want and buy the best safety equipment in the world, but what happens when workers get in a hurry? READ MORE

Following Safety Rules

Safety rules are created to keep you and your coworkers safe, and to be transparent with what the company expects… READ MORE

Ladder Safety

Ladders are one of the most dangerous tools used on a construction jobsite. Employees fall from ladders on a regular basis… READ MORE

Loader Safety

Loaders can create problems for operators and bystanders. Before operating a loader, know the owner’s manual and company safety procedures… READ MORE

Man Versus Machine

The employer must warn employees that powerful industrial and construction equipment can cause serious injuries or death… READ MORE

Moving Equipment Safety

Workers are often crushed, run over, pinned, or struck by moving equipment. These accidents can be prevented through simple measures… READ MORE

Overhead Line Safety

Power lines are present on almost all jobsites abd accidental contacts can severely injure and kill employees… READ MORE

Overexertion Injuries

Orthopedic injuries are the top type of employee injury. The problem is that everything on a construction site is heavy… READ MORE

Personal Protective Equipment

Personal protective equipment is required for almost all work tasks on a construction jobsite… READ MORE

Preventing Shoulder Injuries

Personal protective equipment is required for almost all work tasks on a construction jobsite… READ MORE

Recognizing Jobsite Hazards

Employees on the construction jobsite should. betrained and educated to recognize and correct hazards… READ MORE

R.O.P.S. Operator Safety

Excavator rollover is a possibility on the jobsite. Also, unloading machines from trailers presents a rollover hazard as well… READ MORE

Safe Roadside Workzones

Whenever work requires that we park trucks or position equipment along the shoulder, safe traffic control measures must be used… READ MORE

Safer Utility Locates

Missouri statute (RSMO Ch 319) provide for a notification center to be used by participating utilities to receive locate requests… READ MORE

Safety Talk for New Employees

New employees are highly likely to have an accident within their first year. Up to 35% of new employees will be injured within the first year… READ MORE

Sewer Tap Hazards

Plumbers, property maintenance personnel and homeowners put themselves at risk when performing water and sewer repairs without proper protection… READ MORE

Three-Point Contact

Falls from cabs and steps is a common cause of injury for construction company drivers and machine operators… READ MORE

Track Hoe Safety

Roughly 1,500 construction workers are killed on the job each year in the USA. Track Hoes present numerous opportunities for worker injury… READ MORE

Trench Safety

Trenching and excavation employees should never be required to work in unsafe and deadly trenches… READ MORE

Utility Locator Safety

Locators drive and walk many miles each day. Some locators can walk up to 6 miles on a busy day! READ MORE

Vehicle Safety Walk-Around

3 reasons for a 360-degree walk-around: assessing the vehicle’s condition, pedestrians/object in area, and incident-free backing… READ MORE

Work Truck Safety

Workers that have driving jobs must continuously think about the safety of themselves, passengers and other motorists… READ MORE

Workplace Violence

Safety rules are created to keep you and your coworkers safe, and to be transparent with what the company expects… READ MORE

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