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Don’t Take Safety for Granted

Don’t Take Safety for Granted

AggMan Staff - Feb 01, 2013

Remain vigilant about your work environment even during everyday tasks.   Compiled by Therese Dunphy, Editor-in-Chief tdunphy@randallreilly.com     On Feb. 12, 2011, a 41-year-old grader ...

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Stop Slips and Falls

Stop Slips and Falls

- Feb 16, 2012

Train workers to use proper safety equipment and take proper preventive measures. Compiled by Therese Dunphy, Editor-in-Chief   The accident: On June 30, ...

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Safety Watch

Safety Watch

AggMan Staff - Jan 07, 2012

Stand on Firm Ground Take steps to make sure ground conditions are stable before entering the work area. The accident: On June ...

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Safety Watch

Safety Watch

AggMan Staff - Dec 02, 2011

Keep Clear of Danger Construct barricades and post signage to warn operators about dangerous conditions. The accident: On May 3, 2008, a ...

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Safety Watch

Safety Watch

AggMan Staff - Nov 15, 2011

Steer Clear of Danger Suspended loads carry considerable risk. Stay a safe distance away. The accident: On April 21, 2009, a 51-year-old ...

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Jewelry Jeopardy

AggMan Staff - Dec 01, 2008

Eliminate the bling to improve safety at the mine site. Wearing jewelry is hazardous to miners who work with machinery and ...

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Fragile Roof

AggMan Staff - Nov 01, 2008

Before going to work on a roof, verify that that your employer has identified hazards and assessed risks. An official danger ...

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Strokes: Know the signs, act fast

AggMan Staff - Oct 01, 2008

Three simple questions can help the lay person determine if a person has suffered a stroke. Learn them and use ...

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Chutes: Danger Zones for Fingers

AggMan Staff - Sep 01, 2008

Be sure to protect your fingers when working around chutes Like most workers in the mining industry, drivers of ready-mix trucks ...

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Don’t Be Hard-headed

AggMan Staff - Aug 01, 2008

When it comes to personal safety, use your brain. Wear your hard hat. Hard hats are bulky, hot, tight, and uncomfortable, ...

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