Hazard Recognition

Weekly Toolbox Talk: Take Care of Your Feet

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 injuries can result from:

Weekly Toolbox Talk: Hazards on the Construction JobSite

Mandatory Topic:

Note to Supervisors: Read and prepare for meeting by looking over your jobsite and how your personnel are approaching their jobs. Using common sense and paying attention to detail can prevent most accidents. Carelessness is not acceptable.

Weekly Toolbox Talk: Paying Attention Could Save Your Life

The Marek Family of companies takes a lot of effort in making sure each employee has the safest working environment possible. They make sure all the tools are in safe and working condition. All of our scaffolds and ladders are inspected before their use.

Weekly Toolbox Talk: Paying Attention Could Save Your Life

The Marek Family of companies takes a lot of effort in making sure each employee has the safest working environment possible. They make sure all the tools are in safe and working condition. All of our scaffolds and ladders are inspected before their use.

Weekly Toolbox Talk: Because We Care

At the Marek Family of Companies we care for our employees. Safety is a major role in everybody’s life and doing the right thing for the right reason is the key to our success. Take responsibility for your safety and health, and also that of your fellow worker.

Weekly Toolbox Talk: Fall Protection - Equipment and Systems

Mandatory Topic: Notice to Supervisors & Safety Advisors: Read and prepare for DEMONSTRATION of BODY HARNESS. Make sure all employees understand the importance of wearing a body harness properly, use a volunteer for demonstration.

FALL PROTECTION-EQUIPMENT AND SYSTEMS

Weekly Toolbox Talk: War On Falls

The “War on Falls” was declared with only one thing in mind – to prevent injuries by eliminating fall exposures. Zero tolerance and suspensions are merely tools to deal with a violation after it occurs. The ultimate goal is eliminate the exposure in the first place. That can only be accomplished by each and every one of us understanding what is expected.

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