Jobsite Cleanup and Recovery
Cleanup after a major storm or hurricane is no small task. The first step is to make sure your cleanup crew has all the right safety gear for the task at hand. Beyond hard hats and heavy-duty work gloves, you’ll want some ear plugs, waterproof steel-toed boots, N95 masks, and goggles and rubber boots if you’ll be dealing with sewage or water issues.
Make sure your team is working together when moving heavy objects over 50 lbs. When possible, have your crew use the buddy system and work in pairs – in case someone gets injured. And if you’re working in hot conditions make sure to stay hydrated and take breaks in shaded areas.
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2022 Hurricane Season
NOAA has offically announced its 2022 Hurricane Season forecast for the Atlantic Basin, which began on June 1. In their announce-
ment, NOAA predicts a total of 14-21 named storms, 6-10 hurricanes, and three major hurricanes (Cat 3 or higher).
Hurricanes can severely impact contractors, projects, and jobsites. The better prepared you are, the less impact severe whether storms, like hurricanes, will have on your team, jobsite, and business.