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Safety Onboarding Training

CEO Corner

When a company has been in the business for over 60 years, it becomes difficult to forget decades of experience and put oneself in the position of a new employee. So many things that our most valued team members take for granted are brand new concepts to our more recent hires.

To protect ourselves from stagnation, our safety committee has been re-vamped to include an assortment of veteran and new employees, including representation from all departments, and all employment levels. The change has resulted in more engaged meetings, a better exchange of information, and innovative action items. As a result of these meetings, we have initiated a re-working our onboarding training processes in a collaborative effort between safety coordinators, veteran employees, and employees with less than 1 year of experience to ensure that the information shared is appropriate and useful. At the recommendation of our more recent hires, we will add a follow-up training session after completion of 90 days, when the employee has more hands-on knowledge of the job, and training is more likely to settle in and be applied correctly.

We are confident that these changes will have a beneficial impact on the safety and wellness of our entire team.

Brie Pfannenbecker
Connecticut Stone Supplies, Inc.
Milford, Conn.

Heat Stress – 100% Preventable

Tuesday, May 21, 2019, at 10:00 AM CDT

This webinar will provide an overview of the signs of heat stress and heat related illnesses and how to prevent it from happening on the job.

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Welding and Cutting Safety Tips 2

Safety Talk Tuesday

Workers in welding and cutting must not only protect themselves from injury, but also must assume responsibility for their helpers and co-workers.
 

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1926.350(a)(2) - Gas Welding and Cutting

OSHA regulation

When cylinders are hoisted, they shall be secured on a cradle, slingboard, or pallet. They shall not be hoisted or transported by means of magnets or choker slings.

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MCAA's Silica Train-the-Trainer Webinar

Tuesday, July 23, 2019 at 9:00 AM CDT

The MCAA’s Silica Train-the-Trainer Course will train a key employee to train other employees to be a competent person.

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MCAA Safety Advantage Awards

Submit your OSHA Form 300 by June 30 to enter

The MCAA Safety Advantage Awards draw attention to the benefits of safety. Awards are presented based on incident rate. Entry is free for MCAA members.

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MCAA Safety Marketplace

MCAA members can purchase safety products including gloves, harnesses, and more at significant discounts through the MCAA Safety Marketplace.

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