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Prioritizing Employee Safety and Minimizing Slips, Trips, and Falls

Prioritizing Employee Safety and Minimizing Slips, Trips, and Falls

Heavy rain and high winds from summer thunderstorms can create adverse conditions, especially when soft soil turns to mud. Let’s find out more about how to prioritize employee safety at all costs.

Keeping all employees safe should be the top priority, no matter what your job is. In-office settings and construction zone settings can all be slippery places. Heavy rain and high wind from summer thunderstorms can create adverse conditions, especially when soft soil turns to mud. Let’s find out more about how to prioritize employee safety at all costs. 

Practice Better Housekeeping

Good housekeeping isn’t only for actual homes. No matter where you work, getting your house in order will help improve employee safety. This, in turn, benefits overall morale. No one wants to work someplace they feel they might get injured while trying to do their jobs.  Making plans to account for everything that needs to be done is the first step in the right direction. All cleaning responsibilities should then be delegated. Even if a professional cleaning crew comes in to tidy up at the end of every workday or over the weekend, there’s no need to make life harder for them.  

Address Wet or Slippery Floors

Spills of any liquid can become hazardous. It doesn’t matter if it is ordinary water or a chemical seeping from a drum that tipped over. Some of the places where you can expect wet floors or slippery ground is in parking lots, sidewalks, and food prep areas. Anti-skid paint can make a huge difference when it comes to preventing slips, trips, and falls. 

Minimize Walkway Obstacles

Be sure to keep all walkways clear. By doing this, you can prevent an emergency from becoming worse. All exit doors need to be kept accessible no matter where they are in the building. Cords, cables, and hoses must not present tripping hazards, especially if they are low to the ground where preoccupied workers cannot see them. 

Upgrade the Lighting

Better lighting is critical for improving employee safety.  Seeing the surrounding environment is essential for everyone. This means that staircases, hallways, elevators, mezzanines, basements, and especially confined spaces all need to be brightly lit. At the same time, they cannot be so illuminated to blind anyone who is walking through each zone. 

Prioritize Employee Safety with G&M Services

G&M Services is proud of our employees and the dedication they have for safety in the workplace. We reward our employees for displaying positive safety practices. We incorporate weekly and monthly discussions and meeting to ensure that all involved are aware of how to handle equipment and potential situations that could occur during a project.

G&M Services offers services in the way of concrete drilling and sawing, concrete scanning, and firestop. To get started with us, call today at 410-787-8828 or visit our contact page. Follow the official company page today on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

 

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