Category Archives: Serious Injury

Nonfatal injury and illness rate

US employees decreased slightly in 2016 as did the rate of nonfatal occupational injuries and illnesses requiring days away from work. 2.9 cases per 100 full-time workers in 2016, compared to 3.0 in 2015. Approximately 2.9 million nonfatal injuries and … Continue reading

Posted in Bureau of Labor, Days away from work, Employees, Employers, OSHA, Serious Injury, Training | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

How many slings?

This is what I observed as I walk through a truck shop. 1-The question is how many slings can I fit in the hook? 2-How much hook can be used within the sling eyes? 3-Does this really look safe? These … Continue reading

Posted in Advanced Rigging, ANSI, ASME, Below the Hook, Construction, Crane Inspection, Crane Training, Customer, Death, Employees, Employers, Fatality, Fines, Inspection, Near Miss, OSHA, Overhead Crane, Overhead Crane Inspection, Rigging, Serious Injury, Sling, Training | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

MERRY CHRISTMAS & HAPPY NEW YEAR

As this year 2017 approaches the celebrated Christmas and New Year time, Robin and I want to wish you all a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Looking forward to many visits, laughs and most of all being … Continue reading

Posted in Advanced Rigging, Aerial Lift, ANSI, ASME, Below the Hook, Bible, Black Ice, Blowing Snow, Book, Bucket Truck, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Business, Cement Plant, Chain Sling, Christian, Citations and Orders, Confined Space Standard, Congress, Construction, Conveyor Belt, Crane Accident, Crane Inspection, Crane Training, Creative, Customer, Customs, Days away from work, Death, Disqualify, Driller, Driving, Electric Shock, Employees, Employers, Entertainment Hoist Inspection, Fall Protection, Fatality, Federal Budget Agreement, Federal Register, Ferrara Candy Company, Fines, Food, Gantry Crane, General Electrical Requirements, God, Hard Hat, Hazard Communication, Highway Bill, Holiday, House of Representatives, Houston, Inspection, Japan, Japanese, Ladders, Lever Hoist, Lockout/Tagout, Love, Machine Guarding, Metal/NonMetal, Miner, Mining, Mobile Crane, MSHA, MSHA Conference, NC Port Authority, NCCCO, Near Miss, News, North Carolina Delegation, Office, Okinawa, Older Workers, OSHA, Overhead Crane, Overhead Crane Inspection, Overturns, Party, Patrick Bucksot, Paying it forward, Pennsylvania, Phosphate Mine, Power Industrial Trucks, Qualify, Quote, Quote of the Day, Rail Car, Raleigh, NC, Refrigerator, Respiratory Protection, Rigging, Roofing, Safety Questions, Sales, Scaffolding, Serious Injury, Sling, Snow Shoveling, Summer, Surface Gravel Mine, Surface Limestone, Swimming, Tearing down the walls that bind our spirit, Texas, Thanksgiving, Training, Travel, Tree Service Accident, Underground Zinc Mine, Veterans Day, Violations, Winter, Work-related Deaths | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

State Fatality Work Injuries

How does your state compare from the previous year? North Carolina had 24 increased fatality work injuries.

Posted in Bureau of Labor Statistics, Crane Accident, Customer, Days away from work, Death, Employees, Employers, Fatality, Fines, Ladders, Lever Hoist, Near Miss, OSHA, Serious Injury, Training, Work-related Deaths | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Do you care about Safety???

OSHA had 249 reported crane incidents that occurred over a decade in the USA. The majority of crane related incidents stemmed from someone being crushed by a load and of those incidents:                  … Continue reading

Posted in ANSI, ASME, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Crane Accident, Crane Training, Death, Employees, Employers, Fatality, Mobile Crane, NCCCO, OSHA, Serious Injury, Work-related Deaths | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

#standdown4safety

Falls are the leading cause of death for construction workers. Continue reading

Posted in Bureau of Labor Statistics, Construction, Fall Protection, Inspection, Ladders, Roofing, Scaffolding, Serious Injury, Work-related Deaths | Tagged , , , , , | 2 Comments

National Ladder Safety Month

The American Ladder Institute (ALI) has dedicated March 2017 to ladder safety awareness. The month will be a one-stop shop for safe ladder use for working professionals and homeowners. The presenting sponsor, ALI, encourages both individuals and companies to support … Continue reading

Posted in Employees, Employers, Fall Protection, Inspection, Ladders, OSHA, Roofing, Scaffolding, Serious Injury | Tagged , , , , , , , | Leave a comment