Flexicrew Celebrates National Safety Month


June is National Safety Month.  According to the National Safety Council, injuries are the leading cause of death among working adults. Working together, we can help our employees work safer, and create safer working environments for the entire Flexicrew family.


There are seven (7) primary hazards that the National Safety Council has recognized in the workplace:


  1. Working at Heights – Inspect all Ladder prior to use, maintain 3-point contact, and extension ladders must extend 3 feet above surface and be secured at the top.
  2. Poor Housekeeping—If you see trash on the floor, clean it up. If there is water on the floor, obtain a wet floor sign, notify your supervisor, and clean the water up off the floor.
  3. Electrical – Extension Cords – Extension cords should only be used temporarily. Only qualified electricians should work on electrical equipment.
  4. Forklifts – Only authorized employees should operate a forklift. Always wear the seat belt when operating the forklift.  Always follow safe procedures for picking up, putting down or stacking loads.  Do not take shortcuts when using a forklift.
  5. Lockout/Tagout – Never use a machine that has a lockout/tagout on the equipment. Contact your supervisor if you are asked to use any equipment that has a Lockout/Tagout place on it.
  6. Hazardous Chemicals – Know what chemicals are in the workplace and where to locate the safety data sheets.
  7. Confined Spaces – Never enter a confined space without proper training, and permit signed by a competent person that space is safe for entry.


Your Flexicrew family encourages all of our employees to learn more about safety not only on the job, but also while in your home.  Flexicrew encourages everyone to get involved in reducing injuries because the life you save may be your own.

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