Safety Must Be the Highest Priority

The Highest Priority

CEO Corner

Dear Gary,

Safety must be the highest priority onsite so every employee can go home healthy to their families, which is why at Telligent Masonry we take this very seriously. By having an in-house safety director with 3 inspectors under him, we have been able to perform safety audits on our sites at least once a week, giving our employees the comfortability to perform knowing they are working in safe conditions.

C. Michael Pappas II
Telligent Masonry, LLC


Extension Cord Safety

Safety Talk Tuesday

U.S. CPSC estimates each year, about 4,000 injuries associated with electric extension cords are treated in hospital emergency rooms.

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1926.97 - Electrical Protective Equipment

OSHA regulation

Rubber insulating blankets, rubber insulating covers, rubber insulating gloves, and rubber insulating sleeves shall meet the following requirements

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MCAA's Silica Train-the-Trainer Course

Train key employees to be a competent person

The MCAA's Silica Train-the-Trainer Course is a six-hour program that will train a key employee to train other employees to be a competent person.

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Discounts on Safety Equipment

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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