Author: Onsite Safety

Central Florida Company Is Fined By OSHA After Employee Is Crushed To Death By Paver

OSHA Paving Machine Death Safety Fine

This week, OSHA fined a Florida paving company $16,814, including the maximum penalty under the law, for failing to provide “a place of employment free from recognized hazards.” That’s because back in May of this year, a 72-year-old employee of the paving company was run over by the paving machine he was operating on a […]

5 Steps to Selecting the Perfect Pair of Work Boots

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Depending on the type of work that you do, your work boots can either make or break you. Since workplace hazards vary, knowing what to look for when choosing work boots goes a long way in helping you. Check out these 5 tips to help you identify how to pick the best work boots for your job. […]

Recall for ladders sold at Home Depot, Lowe’s

Ladders that were sold nationwide at Home Depot and Lowe’s home improvement stores in the United States can break while people are using them are being recalled. The products were sold at Home Depot and Lowe’s stores during April and May 2018, according to a news release posted with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission. […]

Safety Stand-Down 2019

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What is a “Safety Stand-Down?” In the construction industry, a Safety Stand-Down is an event where normal work is put on hold while the site focuses on a safety issue. This is because the workers “stand-down” for about an hour to review important safety topics, and also give their feedback about current safety procedures. The […]

Administrative Professionals Day 2018

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Here at Onsite Safety, we love our Team Members. And there is no better way to show our appreciation than participating in the 2018 annual Administrative Professionals Day. In honor of all the hard work and dedication our support staff gives Onsite on a daily basis, we decided to give back with a week full […]