New protocol to reduce false fire alarms on campus during remodeling or construction projects by contractors or sub-contractors. Planning and notification requirements: 1-Hour NOTICE BEFORE STARTING. This notice is for ANY work that creates DUST (cutting concrete, drilling, grinding, sanding to prepare for painting, demo work) Dust Containment - Use plastic and tape to seal off working area to contain the dust, and prevent dust from flowing into other rooms or floors of the building.
CALL Nick Mainville 920-202-1873 or Mark Musser 920-832-7189 during regular hours 8 am - 4 pm, Monday - Friday. After hours 4:00 pm call Campus Safety at 920-832-6999.
Hot Work Permit - Required for ANY operation involving open flame or producing heat and/or sparks. This work includes, but is not limited to welding, cutting, brazing, cutting, grinding, soldering, thawing pipe, torch applied roofing, or chemical welding.
(APPLETON, WI) On March 18, 2021- The Boldt Company has received a Platinum Safety Award from ConstructSecure, Inc. This award is presented to companies that register a safety score 95% or greater in the Safety Assessment Program administered by ConstructSecure.
To achieve zero injuries, we must learn to recognize hazards and control the risk of working in hazardous areas. Working around a construction site requires us to be alert to our surroundings, paying attention to safety signs posted to keep us safe.
Field Level Hazard Assessment
Learning how to identify hazards is key to working safely. Looking around at your surroundings for hazards where you going to performing a task is part of the planning process before you start working. Is the work area safe? You can use a Field Level Hazard Assessment form as a checklist for common hazards to look out for in different working environments. Once a hazard has been identified use the Hierarchy of Controls to eliminate or minimize the hazard to the lowest possible level.