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Impact Safety helps construction employees to reduce risk and increase safety awareness

Impact Safety offers safety resources for construction sites in all fields looking to create a safe environment for the workforce

EVANS, Ga.March 23, 2018PRLog — Impact Safety offers safety resources for construction sites looking to create a safe environment for the workforce. These safety resources provide employees with a robust, flexible framework for addressing safety and health issues on diverse construction job sites.

Construction sites are labeled as being one of the highest accident prone sites, and the fatal injury rate for the construction industry is considered greater than the national average for all industries.

Potential hazards for employees in construction include:

• Electric shock and arc flash/arc blast
• Failure to use proper personal protective equipment
• Trench collapse
• Scaffold collapse
• Repetitive motion injuries
• Falls (from heights)

In addition to increasing the safety of employees, the reviewed or enhanced commitment to safety and health brings other benefits as well:

• Improvements in production and quality
• Improved employee morale
• Better employee retention
• Improve in image and reputation among customers, suppliers and the community
• Reduction in employee compensation claims
• Reduction in time lost due to work stoppages and investigations
• Reduction in loss or damage to material, machinery and property
• Reduction in training and other costs associated with replacing injured employees

Speaking about the OSHA construction safety program, Bill Foster, President of Impact Safety said, “Whether you need a new safety program or just an update of your current manual, our safety professionals will work with your team and audit job sites to identify hazardous situations and draft a specialized set of standards, policies and procedures to comply with requirements.”

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