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Qualified Rigger Class – This Wednesday, 7:30am
Qualified Rigger Class will be held this Wednesday at 7:30am at the Fort Mill office. This class includes the basics of rigging including safety, inspections, rigging and hardware selection and calculating your rigging loads. There is a hands on evaluation to show competency. If you need this training, please talk to your immediate supervisor now so that we can adjust manpower plans. This is a paid training opportunity. This class is limited to 5 attendees.
Please call, text or email Safety Manager Butch Floyd if you can attend: 803-372-4560.
Talking Safety with General Superintendent Daniel Gatica
The RED Code is our rule book for success. Hear from your colleagues about their mindset and the things they do every day to help build our team. Texas Multi-Family General Superintendent Daniel Gatica shares his experience in the field and why he makes safety a personal matter for his team every day.
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CPR/AED Training: Complete
We had 12 KSE employees successfully complete the American Heart Associations FA/CPR/AED and BBP class last week. Congratulations to the following team members:
- Carlos Diaz
- Brian Fonseca
- Nicolas Amaya
- Edward Cliff
- Angel Amaya
- Roque Garcez
- Kirt Brace
- Jason Burdette
- James Wright
- Dave Weaver
- Juan Moya
- Jonas Flores
Regional Manager Jeff Kihm shared, “Thank you to everyone who attended. This is one of those critical trainings that we are required to have per our contracts with our clients. And it’s also the right thing to do as a company. So thank you all for your participation!”
Toolbox Talk Review: Incident & Injury Reporting
- ALL Injuries, no matter how minor, must be reported to your foreman or crew leader immediately. Your foreman or superintendent will direct you to a company approved medical facility.
- If your foreman believes that your injury requires medical treatment, it will be your responsibility to promptly go to the recommended company approved medical clinic or you will be transported there for treatment. If you have a question, contact Butch Floyd at 803-372-4560. Also, Butch Floyd should be contacted as soon as possible after any incident or injury.
- You are responsible to assist the Foreman / Superintendent in completing the Accident Investigation report, including first aid treatment, the root cause of the accident and what can be done to prevent re-occurrences of the injury.
- Remember, our goal is not to use the reporting of an incident or injury to place blame. Our goal is to learn from each and every incident so we may be proactive in preventing injuries and incidents. If we don’t learn from our incidents, we will be destined to repeat them!