Announcing VERO, Our Turnkey Contractor Safety Data Management System

Kristen DuHack, Account Manager Chris Archer, Lead Developer Protecting the safety of workers may sound like a simple concept, but managing a complex safety program is anything but simple. Fortunately, Safety Management Group has simplified the process for owners, general contractors, subcontractors, and safety professionals.  The company has released VERO, a turnkey contractor safety data management platform based on the system Safety …

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Heat: The Often-unseen Danger on Construction Sites

Jordan Hollingsworth, CSP, CHST, CUSP Field Operations Manager Construction sites abound with visible hazards. From heavy equipment to powerful hand tools to materials that are inherently hazardous, the average construction site puts workers at risk in many ways. But one of the most insidious hazards on outdoor worksites is one that people don’t often think about, even if it is …

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SMG recognizes the SMG Power Team

SMG would like to recognize our team, the SMG Power Team, supporting one of our utility clients. SMG Power Team – Power is for energy (electricity). This team pumped our internal culture by sharing wins, recognitions, and stories regarding our Core Values and awarded 49 impressions to team members. They stayed engaged as a team with virtual Happy Hours and …

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SMG Team Supports IU Health

We would like to spotlight our team, supporting IU Health. This team continuously strives to exemplify SMG’s commitment to serve our associates, our clients, and our community. When faced with the challenges of COVID-19, they adapted to their new normal in a frontline environment without pause and continued their dedicated service to our client. Our team acted quickly to address …

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Understanding the Dangers of Decision Fatigue

Reginald “Reggie” Fields Safety Advisor Have you ever had a day off when you woke up in the morning feeling ambitious and confident you were going to accomplish everything you wanted? As you move through the day, you’re tackling one task after another. But as afternoon starts to transition into evening, something is happening. It takes a more effort to …

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Minimize the Hazards Presented by Hazardous Waste

By Safety Management Group When the average person thinks about hazardous wastes, their minds probably conjure an image of a remediation worker in a moonsuit using a sophisticated robot to move vials of mysterious compounds. After all, that’s the way TV and movies tend to portray those materials. In reality, hazardous wastes are all around us, especially in workplaces. Essentially, …

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Best Construction Safety Practices for COVID-19

Jordan Hollingsworth, CSP, CHST, CUSP Field Operations Manager As the COVID-19 coronavirus spreads across the nation, many companies have been idled, but a significant number of construction projects have been deemed essential businesses. Workers, supervisors, and safety professionals on those projects must follow best practices to protect workers and their families from exposure to COVID-19. Responsible contractors are hungry to …

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Older Workers Create Concern About Safety

By Safety Management Group   If you’ve noticed that you’re seeing more gray hair on your worksites, you’re not alone. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the number of workers age 55 and older will have jumped by 55 percent over 2014 levels by 2024. That compares to an increase of just five percent for younger workers. The graying …

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COVID-19 Field Measures Safety Bulletin

Two of our Core Values are Do What You Say You are Going To and Commitment to Associates. Taking care of our associates is at the center of everything we do, and as the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to impact our communities, we want to share this recommended information to help keep our teammates, our clients, and our communities safe. HANDS …

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When OSHA Knocks

Les Prudent was sitting at his desk on a Monday morning, savoring a cup of coffee and reflecting on his solar farm transformer company’s crazy year of growth. From four people three years ago, the company now employs 112. A friend from a local business group recently suggested Les hire a full-time safety coordinator, but he’s been comfortable handling those …

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