Monthly Archive for: ‘April, 2011’

Hollingsworth Earns Construction Risk & Insurance Specialist Certification

Indianapolis – Jordan Hollingsworth has completed requirements for his Construction Risk and Insurance Specialist (CRIS) certification. The Construction Risk and Insurance Specialist (CRIS) continuing education (CE) program was developed by the International Risk Management Institute (IRMI) to make it much easier for insurance agents, brokers, CSRs, and in-house risk managers or insurance buyers to gain specialized expertise in construction insurance and …

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2011 MICCS Award Winners Announced

From Indianapolis, April 20, 2011 — Meyer Najem was the night’s big winner at the 18th annual MICCS Awards Celebration as they were awarded the Excellence in Safety Crystal Eagle. The company was named the top safety leader among the nine Excellence in Safety category winners during the event held Tuesday night at the JW Marriott. The judges were impressed with …

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SMG Associate Appointed by Governor to State Safety Committee

Indianapolis – Safety Management Group’s Mark Steinhofer was named to the Indiana Occupational Safety Standards Commission (IOSSC) this week. The IOSSC is a commission created by the legislature to promulgate, modify or revoke safety and health standards in Indiana and to hear and determine applications for temporary and permanent variances from those standards. The members of the Indiana Occupational Safety Standards Commission …

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Harris Products Recalls Torch-Type Swivel Flashback Arrestors

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Spill Response: The Four Critical Steps

By Safety Management Group Like fire, chemicals are very useful for a broad variety of functions. But just like fire, many chemicals are inherently hazardous or even deadly when they’re not used in a properly controlled manner, or when accidents occur. That’s an important fact to remember, because chemicals are used to some degree at nearly every workplace from industrial plants, …

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Cutting the Hazards of Cutting Concrete

Jordan Hollingsworth, ASP, CHST, CHSP Safety Advisor  Since ancient times, concrete has been valued as a building material largely because of its durability and permanence. However, those very properties create challenges when there’s a need to change something that has been constructed from concrete. During renovation and expansion projects, there is frequently a need to cut into concrete, whether to …

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