Preventing falls on the construction site


Falls are the top cause of construction fatalities and account for one-third of on-the-job injury deaths in the industry. Each year in the United States, more than 200 construction workers are killed and more than 10,000 are seriously injured by falls. Preventing falls and protecting workers starts at the top, according to this construction company owner. More information is available at the Stop Construction Falls website.

Share This Blog:


Slips and falls: Make sure your premises are on par

slip fall-01

In recent years, golf course operators have added services to attract new members and boost revenue. Snack bars, enhanced swimming pool amenities and larger banquet and fitness facilities also increase the potential for slips and falls. Like any business, a golf course should be inspected regularly to identify and reduce hazards. Golf course operators should pay special attention to cart paths and steps leading to tee boxes and other raised playing surfaces. Here are some tips for golf course operators – or any business owner.

Share This Blog:


Beware of falling televisions


College and professional football season prompts many fans to upgrade their televisions. Where viewing is concerned, bigger is better. But bigger can also be more dangerous, with larger TVs creating unanticipated hazards at home.

Share This Blog: