The goal of the partnership is to prevent injuries and exposure to hazards during construction of the 110,500-square-foot addition. The project includes three buildings, an intensive care unit, a patient care tower, and administrative departments.
For both predictive and prescriptive maintenance plans in industrial and manufacturing environments, IIoT technology is an important advancement.
When it comes to LOTO training to follow the NFPA 70E standard, three types of employees need to be covered.
One of the highlights is a June 12 panel discussion on how increased use and legalization of marijuana affect companies' efforts to maintain drug-free workplaces.
The partners will focus on falls, electrical safety, silica exposure, and safe practices for steel erectors and aerial boom lifts.
Bailiwick Services LLC of Chaska, Minn., subcontracted with five other companies to move electrical lines, adjust menu boards at fast food restaurants, and install telecommunication equipment, according to the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries, which cited the companies for using unlicensed electrical workers and not getting permits for the jobs.