Friday, August 31, 2012

Extreme Working at Heights Shocker!

Meanwhile, 32 floors above the street...
A painter stands admiring the view from the top of a narrow perch after climbing out of the scaffold with:
• no physical fall protection
• no safety harness
• no lanyards on the tools, and obviously
• no brain!


This program looks at the technique for performing cardiopulmonary resuscitation on adults, in accordance with the current resuscitation guidelines. The program covers:

• Basic Life Support (BLS) procedure
• How to conduct CPR on an adult casualty
• How to deliver Rescue Breaths
• How to deliver chest compressions
• How to use a Automated External Defibrillator (AED)
• CPR with two rescuers
• Rescuer health and hygiene

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Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Safety Quotes and Sayings

Here is a small collection of safety quotations. These are little sayings that remind us of the importance and real reason we invest in safety.

For safety is not a gadget but a state of mind. Eleanor Everet
Better a thousand times careful than once dead. Proverb
Know safety, no injury. No safety, know injury. Unknown
Tomorrow - your reward for working safely today. Unknown
Safety isn't expensive, its priceless. Unknown

Friday, August 17, 2012

'Office Fire Management' new release DVD

Fire is one of the most difficult things to control despite our increased ability to create and manage our environment. It is a fact that approximately 70% of all businesses that suffer from a major fire fail within 3 years.

Over 50% do not even re-open. Almost all office fires start small. With established firefighting procedures and appropriate, well maintained firefighting equipment many fires can be easily controlled.

Friday, August 3, 2012

Mini Cooper Fire response vehicles

In London, 5 Mini Coopers have been retrofitted as mini fire engines, just in time for the Olympics. The Mini's are more nimble than a large fire engines and pack a surprising amount of tools, and firefighting equipment. The idea is that getting to the incident as quickly as possible is key, to prevent a small fire or incident becoming large and out of control.

Thursday, August 2, 2012

Height Safety shocker

Snapped just last week, these painters are happily going about their business without fall protection or apparently a care in the world. One of the biggest causes of death and serious injury to construction workers is falling from height. The simplest and safest solution here is to install some temporary perimeter guardrails along the veranda edges.