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by Jorge Vazquez on Sep 8, 2013

HOUSEKEEPING AND TRASH REMOVAL09-09-13 There are several dangers on job sites simple because of the nature of construction work. When the natural hazards found on construction jobs sites are compounded with clutter and debris, the hazard level increases and the potential for an accident or an injury substantially increases. A construction site... read more

by Jorge Vazquez on Sep 2, 2013

TAKE CARE OF YOUR FEET09-02-13 Most people don’t think much about their feet, until a foot begins to hurt. Damage to even one bone, ligament, or muscle in the foot can be very painful and make it difficult or impossible for you to keep on your feet and do your job. Unfortunately, statistics tell us that work related foot injuries are common. Foot... read more

by Marek Brothers on Jan 19, 2012

We will have an OSHA training class for employees who have not attended this training on Tuesday January 24th and Wednesday Janaury 25th.  This is a mandatory training class; any employee that does not attend will not be allowed to return to work unti he/she attends this training class. Please contact Martha if you believe that this notice affects... read more

by Christel Qualls-Rhineberger on Apr 7, 2010

UT Southwestern had a contest for the employees to come up with a new safety slogan. 61 employees from the project's construction trades entered the contest. With 4 categories, and 1 judge from each trade to determine the winners, and the winners would receive a girt card. The 4 categories were: 1.)Personal Protective Equipment2.)Fall Protection3... read more

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