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Job Safety Procedures

1

Accidents or injuries, no matter how minor, should be reported to your foreman immediately.

2

Appropriate clothing should be worn, including shirts and hard soled ankle high boots. Shorts, cut-offs, and athletic shoes are not allowed on the job.
3
Hard hats must be worn on all jobs designated as hard hat jobs, when working in area of overhead exposure or as directed by your foreman.
4
Eye protection must be worn when operating saws, working in dusty places, mixing mortar, chipping, grinding or during other operations where eye injuries may result.
5
Ear protection is required for all high noise level jobs.
6
Any approved dust respirator should be worn when using masonry saw or dry cutting materials.
7
Be Alert. Report all unsafe conditions and acts to your foreman for immediate attention.
8
Scaffolds should be checked regularly for guard, mid or end rails, and sound scaffold planks.
9
Do not use defective ladders. Ladders must be tied off and secured and extend three feet abouve landing.
10
Barricades or safety rails must be maintained around all slab openings, ramps to hoist and building edges.
11
Use only double insulated or properly grounded tools, equipments, and cords. Inspect equipment daily, and replace all damaged electrical tools or equipment.
12
Good housekeeping must be practiced on all jobs. Keep work areas and walkways clear.
13
No employee other than the operator should ride on trucks, loader, or material hoist unless authorized.
14
Lift correctly-bend your knees-lift with your legs. Obtain help when needed.
Safety is a condition of employment.
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