Toolbox Talks

June21

July Tool Box Talks – Conducting an Effective Accident Investigation

by John Howell,  Conducting an Effective Accident Investigation Objective: The goal of an accurate and thorough incident investigation is not to place blame, but to determine the true cause of the incident and make changes that reduce the chances of similar incidents occurring in the future. Make sure your investigation includes each of the phases Read More

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May21

June 2018 – Beware of Stinging Insects!

by John Howell, It is estimated that as many as two million people in the United States are very allergic to stinging insect venom. Every year about 100 people die from sting reactions. More related deaths may be occurring because these reactions can be mistakenly diagnosed as heart attacks, sunstrokes, or they may be attributed Read More

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April20

May 2018 – Accident Prevention is Everyone’s Responsibility

by John Howell, Accident Prevention is Everyone’s Responsibility You have probably heard the above TRUE statement more times than you can remember!  Safety has to be the responsibility of every one of us. No one person can constantly watch, guide, and instruct every operation every day. We are very concerned with your safety.  However, no Read More

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March22

April 2018 – Hand Tools

by John Howell, Without the use of hand tools, the completion of a construction project would be nearly impossible. Yet, as vital as they are, they are often the cause of serious accidents. All too frequently, hand tools are used improperly or when they are defective. Since we use hand tools continually, it is important Read More

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February23

March 2018 – Recognizing Unsafe Conditions

By John Howell, Recognizing Unsafe Conditions Recognizing unsafe conditions, or hazards in the workplace is everyone’s responsibility from the most junior employee to the company president to identify hazards and make suggestions on how to fix the problem. Guide for Discussion Causes of unsafe conditions or actions: Poor housekeeping. Horseplay. Confused material storage. Careless handling Read More

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Shepformation... The Shepley Newletter

  • Lumber Update – August 2018

    By Paul Rogers, Coming off of record highs, lumber

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    You can’t win if you’re not signed up! HOW DOE

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