About Site Safety Management

Site Safety Management delivers superior safety guarantee for providers who manage industrial and general operations. Safety Management helps reduce the cost of safety and enhances overall performance by reducing the potential risk of accidents, making the most of output uptime, lowering the expense of compliance and delivering productivity resources that assist manage safety within your workplace.

Recently Published Articles

  • Safety In The Workplace – The Scary Statistics
  • March 14, 2015

    It probably comes as no surprise to anyone who works outside the home, but work is a very dangerous place to be! Even people in occupations that don’t immediately present as hazardous are still prone to accidents like slipping and … read more

  • Concrete Safety Manager Certification Training Course
  • November 22, 2014

    The Department of Buildings (DOB) will require a Concrete Safety Manager in every construction sites where a minimum of two thousand (2,000) cubic yards of cement shall be poured beginning January 2009. By July 1, 2009, concrete safety managers must … read more

  • Why forklift training course is necessary?
  • August 21, 2014

    Forklifts are perfect machines utilized to lift heavy loads. They work a lot like a see-saw, balancing the load to the front wheels while having the capability to shift heavy loads conveniently. However without the right forklift training they can … read more

  • The Importance of Safety Training Courses for Developers and Contractors
  • July 22, 2014

    Speedy globalization signifies even more construction tasks will be going up day after day. Consequently, a lot of contractors and developers are getting engaged in the construction industry. In case you are involved in doing the same, it is necessary … read more

  • Safety in Construction Site – Specific Safety Plan
  • June 29, 2014

    Construction of a typical building is a significant job, and inside the construction site you will find many laborers at work with massive and heavy machinery and with enormous quantities of building components. The operation of construction is a challenging … read more