Reducing Risk When Welding and Brazing

Because welding and brazing are activities that involve the use of a high-powered torch, common sense would tell you that they are inherently dangerous. Direct contact with the flame or with the metal parts being heated can cause severe burns before a worker even realizes what’s happening. But burns are only the most obvious hazard associated with welding and brazing. …

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OSHA Updates National Emphasis Program on Amputations

WASHINGTON, 08/13/2015 – The Occupational Safety and Health Administration today issued an updated National Emphasis Program on Amputations. The NEP has been in existence since 2006 and is targeted to industries with high numbers and rates of amputations. In this updated NEP, OSHA is using current enforcement data and Bureau of Labor Statistics injury data to assist with site selection …

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Noise: The Insidious Hazard That is Often Missed

By Sarah Knight, ASP, CHST Safety Advisor Most hazards in the workplace are fairly obvious. A sharp edge on a tool, a flame from a torch, and an open trench are all easily recognizable as potential dangers, and instinct helps us avoid them. But one of the most potentially damaging hazards is one that most workers don’t even notice. This …

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Customer Service Triumph II – August 28, 2015

Fort Wayne, Indiana – Jim Alesia is being recognized for a customer service triumph. Craig Clark visited Jim’s project at a Fort Wayne General Motors facility this week and received numerous instances of unsolicited positive feedback from the clients Jim is supporting at the site. The specific project is a massive paint shop expansion to the plant that has been …

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Customer Service Triumph – August 28, 2015

Georgetown, Kentucky – Safety Management Group associates Matt Davis, Jeff Holland, and Patty Null are being recognized for a customer service triumph. Craig Clark received a project update from the Design and Build client with several projects at Toyota Motor Manufacturing facility in Georgetown Kentucky that included some well-earned accolades about the condition of the projects as witnessed by Toyota …

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Customer Service Triumph – August 14, 2015

Indianapolis – Mike Martin is recognizing Joe Clady and Jordan Hollingsworth for a customer service triumph. Joe and Jordan are assigned to a client in the power transmission industry and a project manager they’ve worked with recently provided some great feedback about the two: I was following up from the May OCIP audit (more for curiosity than anything), and received …

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Safety Management Group Named to Inc. 5000 List of Fastest Growing Companies

Indianapolis—Safety Management Group, a professional service organization that provides workplace safety consulting, training, staffing, program planning and implementation has again been named by Inc. Magazine as one of the Top 5000 Fastest-Growing Private Companies in the country. “We’re proud of the increasing positive impact our associates have on creating safe workplaces for our clients throughout the country,” says Randy Gieseking, …

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James P. Meier: 1949-2015

Petersburg, Tenn. – Safety Management Group is profoundly saddened by the recent passing of James Meier, who died unexpectedly at his residence on August 1. Jim joined the company last month and immediately received accolades from his client contact during the project that he completed last week in West Virginia (link). A memorial service will occur on Saturday, August 8 …

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Customer Service Triumph – August 6, 2015

Jefferson, Indiana – Jordan Hollingsworth is recognizing Dwight Lloyd for a recent customer service triumph. Dwight recently completed a power distribution project for his client that stretched from Hanging Rock, Ohio to Jefferson, Indiana. The closeout report cited Dwight by name for his contributions to the success of the project: This unique line project involved 17 structures and replacement of …

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The SMG Philanthropy Team Needs You! – August 29

Indianapolis — Join the SMG Philanthropy team in volunteering our time to assist the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation – Indiana Chapter with their annual Cycle for Life event being held on Saturday, August 29, 2015! The start/finish line is located at: 455 Merriman Road Mooresville, Indiana 46158 The following areas are in need of volunteers for the day of the event. …

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