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If you’re like me, you stopped using the front door to enter and exit your home long ago. In fact, many homeowners rely on their garage doors as the primary way to enter and exit their homes. It’s just easier – you’re usually going to or from your car anyway. But what you may not know is that the garage door is often the route that burglars take to get into your home as well. Luckily, you can make your garage door more secure. I started this blog to share my tips for garage door security and maintenance, as well as the things that you need to know when choosing a new garage door. Don’t forget to check out all the ways you can customize your garage door opener to make it more secure and more suited for your lifestyle.

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Safety Tips For Keeping Your Constructions Workers Injury-Free

Running a construction company can be a fairly complicated task due to the size and scope of the projects that will be undertaken. Sadly, there is always a chance that your employees could suffer serious injuries. Protecting your workers will require you to invest in some basic work zone equipment to ensure your employees have the right equipment to keep themselves safe and productive.  

Safety Helmets

On a construction site, there can be a high risk of individuals being hit by falling objects and debris. This is particularly true for construction projects that extend beyond ground level as there will be immense amounts of equipment needed to complete this work. Investing in safety helmets will help to avoid your worker's suffering serious injuries from falling items. To help keep your supplies organized, you should assign each helmet to a worker and label it with their name.

Reflective Vests

For construction workers that will be near roads, the fast-moving traffic can pose a serious risk as drivers may not always notice the workers when they are close to the roads. This can put the workers at much higher risks of being hit by moving cars, which could lead to serious injury or death. Reflective vests can greatly enhance the visibility of your workers so that passing cars can see them as clearly and easily as possible. You should consider combining portable flood lights with these vests as this source of light could reflect off the vests to make them more noticeable.

Heating And Cooling Systems

Working outside can put your employee at a relatively high risk of suffering heat or cold related injuries. Protecting your workers against these health hazards can require you to invest in heating and cooling systems that are portable. During the winter when it is cold, these systems will generate heat by either burning a fuel or being powered by electricity. The hot summer months can put employees at a risk of suffering health store, which can be an extremely dangerous condition. Cooling your workers during the worst parts of the summer may be done by strategically placing misting stations around the project site.

Keeping your workers safe while they are working on a construction project can be vital for managing your company's liability. Understanding the need to provide your workers with safety helmets and vests along with the importance of using portable sources of heating and cooling can help your workers be as comfortable and safe as possible. For more information, contact a business like the Stripes & Stops Company, Inc.