5-Minute Safety Meetings

5-Minute Safety Meetings
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ABCs of Fire ExstinguishersAccident InvestigationAccidents Before and AfterBack to the basics

Bloodborne Pathogens – Universal Precautions

Bridge Work

Chain Saws

Clothing for Construction

Construction Safety – Building Stairways

Construction Safety – Floor Openings

Don’t take Hand Tools for Granted

Electric Safety on Construction Sites

Emergency Planning for Construction Sites

Fall Causes

Fire Extinguishers

Flagging Traffic

Flammable Liquids

From Head To Foot

Goggles and Gloves

Hammers

Hard Hats and Fall Protection

HEAT EXHAUSTION AND SUNSTROKE

HORSEPLAY

IDENTIFYING CONSTRUCTION HAZARDS

JOB SITE HEATING DEVICES

JOB-BUILT LADDER SAFETY

LADDER TIPS

LOOK BEFORE YOU LEAP

MINOR INJURIES

MOVING EQUIPMENT

NEW FALL PROTECTION REQUIREMENTS

OVERHEAD LOADS

POWER LINE CONTACTS IN CONSTRUCTION

POWER LINE CONTACTS IN CONSTRUCTION

REFUELING EQUIPMENT – FILLER UP

SAFE SAWING PRACTICES

SAFETY DURING CONCRETE AND MASONRY CONSTRUCTION

SAVE YOUR HANDS

SCREWDRIVERS

SHORTCUTS

Slips and Falls

SPRAINS AND STRAINS IN THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY

SUSPENDED LOADS

Temporary Stair Railings & Guard Rails

The Material Safety Data Sheet

TRAFFIC CONTROL – TAKE CARE

WEATHER

WHAT CAN YOU DO TO PREVENT ACCIDENTS

WORKING AROUND CRANES

Accident FactorsAccident PreventionBack SafetyBe alert of moving equipmentBloodborne pathogensBuckle Up – Save a Life

Check before you move

Construction Accidents that Almost Happened

Construction Safety – Concrete Safety

Construction Safety – Nail Gun Safety

Driving and Pulling Nails

Electrical Safety

Eye Protection

Falling Objects

First Aid

Flammable & Combustible Liquids

Foresight Preserves Eyesight

Gasoline

Guardrails

Handling Gas Cylinders

Hard Hats

Heat Stress Prevention

Housekeeping On The Job

IT’S THE SUDDEN STOP THAT HURTS

JOB TRAINING IS A MUST

KIDS AND CONSTRUCTION DON’T MIX

LIFTING

LOWERING FROM OVERHEAD

MISTAKEN SIGNALS, SIGNALS CROSSED -A LIFE LOST

NEAR MISS

OFF-THE-JOB SAFETY

PLYWOOD COVERS ON FLOOR OPENINGS

PORTABLE ELECTRIC TOOLS

Power Tools Safety Tips

RIGGING

Safe Use of Hand Tools

SAFETY ON A NEW JOB SITE

Scaffolding

SERIOUS INJURIES

Signs

SPOTTERS

STANDARD SIGNALS

TABLE SAWS

THE FIRE TRIANGLE

THE RIGHT BOOT FOR THE JOB

Use Care with Compressed Air

WELDING FIRES

Wheelbarrows

 

PO Box 2136 • Slidell, La. 70459

(985) 781-1444

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