Asbestos job risks are especially prevalent at construction and industrial jobsites. Learn more about mitigating these hazards from ClickSafety.
Flaggers face some major hazards while they work on or near busy roads. Whether you work in the construction or industrial field, safety should always be your main priority.
Members of the construction industry, including those with specialized jobs like steel erection, must receive regular, up-to-date safety training. To learn more about the benefits of recurring safety training, visit the ClickSafety blog today.
Each year falls account for a large number of workplace injuries and deaths. Visit ClickSafety online to learn more about the importance of fall protection and how you can help keep safe on the job.
In the construction industry, confined spaces pose a host of threats to workers, such as suffocation, electrocution, brain damage and even death. To learn more about keeping your employees safe on the job site, visit the ClickSafety blog or contact us today.
Learn the top 10 questions and answers about mine health and safety training (or MSHA training).
It's National Safety Stand-Down to Prevent Falls week! Learn to conduct an effective safety stand-down and best practices recommended by OSHA outreach trainer.
Learn about recent initiatives to increase fall protection awareness both in construction and general industries!