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When a cement company needed to connect its existing quarry with a new quarry on the other side of a state route, LJB designed a bridge to create a new haul road that will extend the company’s mining operations for at least the next 30 years. The project also keeps large rock-hauling trucks off public roadways, minimizing impacts on the surrounding community and improving safety along the state route.
Fall protection equipment is the most visible aspect of a fall protection program, and it can also be the most costly. Unfortunately, these investments can be poured down the drain if personal fall protection systems are not implemented correctly. In this article published in The Leader magazine, LJB’s Thomas Kramer, P.E., CSP, provides tips to protect your personnel as well as your investment in fall protection PPE.
In this article in the Construction Specifier magazine, LJB’s David Tomasula, P.E., and Jeff Griffin, PhD, P.E., PMP, joined Powers Brown Architecture’s Jeffrey Brown, FAIA, to explain why tilt wall construction has never had more potential to respond to real estate market challenges and to capitalize on several technological advancements.
- Winter is Coming: 3 Considerations for Addressing COVID-19 Risk This SeasonDuring a global pandemic, it is critical to anticipate future changes to provide and maintain healthy and safe environments. LJB’s preventive health experts have been helping organizations develop and implement Continuity of Operations Plans and health and safety controls to reduce transmission of COVID-19 and keep organizations running. As we… Read more »
- Reducing Fall Hazard Risk: Provide Effective Fall Protection TrainingFor this year’s National Safety Stand-Down to Prevent Falls in Construction, I’m sharing these top five ways to reduce fall hazard risk, based on a quarter century of experience providing fall protection consultation. The first four ways are listed below and can be found here: Apply Prevention through Design Perform… Read more »
- Reducing Fall Hazard Risk: Focus on Certified Systems, Not Just EquipmentFor this year’s National Safety Stand-Down to Prevent Falls in Construction, I’m sharing the top five ways to reduce fall hazard risk, based on my more than 25 years in fall protection consulting. Check out the first three ways: Apply Prevention through Design Perform Fall Hazard Risk Assessments—the Right Way… Read more »
- Reducing Fall Hazard Risk: Use Less Personal Protective EquipmentFor this year’s National Safety Stand-Down to Prevent Falls in Construction, I’m sharing the top five ways to reduce fall hazard risk, based on more than a quarter century of fall protection consulting. You can check out the first way here and the second here. The third: Use Less Personal… Read more »