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

  • OSHA Fall Prevention Campaign: OSHA Security Stand-down Preventing Falls in Workplace
  • April 14, 2014

    On March 19, OSHA declared a nationwide security stand-down from June 2 to 6 to increase consciousness among companies and also employees regarding the dangers of falls, which create the largest quantity of deaths in the development business. “Falls create … read more

  • Construction Industry’s Safety Statistics – Typical Injuries in Construction
  • March 27, 2014

    Safety needs to be among the major points of any construction company. Because the 7th annual Construction Safety Day is just just about to happen, Site Safety Management made the decision to take a much deeper look at the construction … read more

  • Steps to become a Construction Site Safety Manager
  • March 10, 2014

    Occupational health and safety specialists or known as construction-site safety managers, design and put into practice safety regulations in an effort to reduce accidental injuries and mishaps. These construction site safety managers may perform day-to-day safety audits and assessments to … read more

  • OSHA Crane Hand Signals | Rigging and Signal Training
  • March 5, 2014

    This OSHA Crane Signal/Basic Below Hook Rigger training course will cover everything a signal person really ought to understand to work effectively on a job site exactly where crane work is simply being done. The signal person possesses lots of … read more

  • OSHA Supported Scaffold Safety Training Course
  • February 27, 2014

    Supported Scaffolding Training – Whenever a worker leaves the ground, the danger of any sort of possible accident taking place drastically increases. With more than 10,000 scaffolds related accidental injuries recorded each and every year, Occupational Safety and Health Administration … read more