Presented by Jim Smoltz , January 30, 2018

Download Presentation

Published in Lean Safety
Tuesday, 21 November 2017 16:30

Cord Management System Works

The extensive number of electrical cords used on construction projects, at warehouses and at distribution centers generates safety issues such as trip hazards and damage due to lift traffic. 

Published in Lean Safety

Chances are that pretty good that most construction workers, like bricklayers, suffer from some type of repetitive injury to a particular part of the body. One of the most common body parts injured at work is the back. According to OSHA, back disorders result from exceeding the capability of the muscles, tendons, discs, or the cumulative effect of reaching while lifting, poor posture and bad body mechanics — how one lifts, pushes, pulls, or carries objects.

Published in Lean Safety
Tuesday, 26 September 2017 22:57

OSA Damper PreFab

Mechanical contractors TCM have figured out a better way to manufacture, package, and assemble OSA dampers — 200+ lb. automatic louvers that control the fresh air flow in a building’s HVAC system.

Published in Lean Safety
Thursday, 22 June 2017 16:13

Hoffman’s Construction Trash Dumper

For years, contractors have been dumping smaller debris bins into larger trash dumpsters, either manually or by forklift. Many personnel have been injured: back strains, arms hurt, shoulder injuries, severed/lacerated fingers, pinch-point injuries, etc.

Published in Lean Safety


Our Vision
Zero incidents through collaboration.

Our Mission
Provide support for and encourage highly collaborative and innovative cultures to achieve incident-free workplaces. More...


SafeBuild Alliance
3463 SW Binford Way
Gresham, Oregon 97080
Click here to contact us


Stay connected with SafeBuild Alliance:

More Information

Interested in contributing, advertising, sponsoring or learning more about SafeBuild Alliance?

Click Here