Safety is a key priority when engaging in any kind of construction project, especially those with many high-risk activities, like working at heights or in confined spaces. Construction safety specialists are important resources on any construction project, and they can help you ensure that your project is completed with a minimal number of safety incidents.
Like many firms in the Engineering and Consulting industry, 2020 proved to be a challenging business environment for us. Employees were forced to work from home, much of our routine work was put on hold or delayed, and clients quickly required a new set of services to help them navigate COVID-19-related business challenges.
ST. PAUL, Minn., July 22, 2021 /3BL Media/ - Antea Group USA introduced a new service to their Health & Safety offerings called EHS Support for Warehouse, Fulfillment, & Distribution. As the e-commerce industry continues to grow, the demand for warehouse, fulfillment, and distribution space is higher than ever. With U.S.
Across the globe, companies have been in a constant state of pivoting to address new concerns with the COVID-19 pandemic. What hasn’t changed are the basic Occupational Health and Safety guidelines we follow. Even though offices are shuttered, or workforces reduced, that doesn’t mean that your Health and Safety Committee can fall by the wayside. Countries, states, or provinces such as Ontario, France, Germany, or Japan, are still requiring meetings despite the shift to virtual work.
On June 17, 2021, Antea Group lead a virtual peer collaboration event for clients and contacts within the Consumer and Industrial Goods (CIG) industry. The call’s agenda was focused on providing clarification and insights on how companies exist in the workplace as we continue to move forward in the COVID-19 pandemic.
In March, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) released their National Emphasis Program (NEP) focused on COVID compliance.
OSHA’s COVID Focus and How to Be Prepared!
The goal of OSHA’s new COVID-19 NEP is “to significantly reduce or eliminate worker exposures to SARS-CoV-2 by targeting industries and worksites where employees may have a high frequency of close contact exposures and therefore, controlling the health hazards associated with such exposures.”
Safety has been a primary focus of our culture for two decades, always driven by the aspiration of zero injuries. Many of our plants have had long periods without injuries occurring, so we know that our aspiration is possible. In addition, we have been successful in integrating safety into our acquisitions, rapidly improving their safety performance to be consistent with our legacy operations.