The Gribbins Safety STAR Program is a positive recognition program for all of our employees. Any employee can nominate any other employee! Each quarter, the safety department, area managers, and field coordinators will review all nominations and select winners. The winner and the nominator will each receive 20 bonus safety points.
Ryan informed project management and the safety department well in advance that upcoming duct work would involve operating an aerial lift closer than 10 feet to power lines.
In the Evansville warehouse, FSK and ASJ tape is stored on skids to keep the tape off the floor and prevent it from getting wet. Matt suggested installing something solid over the wooden skids to prevent someone from twisting or breaking an ankle. He used a section of scrap metal and installed it over the skid so now there are no holes to step in or over.
While working at a congested and fast paced commercial project with several other trades, Andy Ellis stayed on track with policies, while other trades were violating site and OSHA policies.
Hunter exposed what he felt to be asbestos. He notified the project manager immediately and discovered that it was in fact asbestos. The PM then subcontracted proper asbestos abatement, so we could continue with our insulation project.
Nate noticed ice was falling of the roof of warehouse and took measures to barricade area around of the edge of the building off to keep people from walking underneath.