BILINGUAL SAFETY TRAINING, LLC.

As you know, growing a business can be difficult, but not impossible. Businesses spend $170 billion a year on costs associated with occupational injuries and illnesses.
If you could save money, improve productivity, lower insurance cost and increase employee morale, would you?
The success of your business depends, in large, on the men and women who work for you.
Protecting their safety and health on the job makes good business sense, the right thing to do and is the Law.                
No one should die for a check...

Because of continued success and growth, we have position available for:

  • NYCT Approved Construction Safety Engineers
  • Licensed NYC DOB Site Safety Managers
  • OSHA 500 Train the Trainer instructors any languages.

OSHA OFFERS TIPS TO PROTECT WORKERS IN HOT ENVIRONMENTS

Heat-related Illnesses and First Aid

Heat stroke, the most serious form of heat-related illness, happens when the body becomes unable to regulate its core temperature. Sweating stops and the body can no longer rid itself of excess heat. Signs include confusion, loss of consciousness, and seizures. "Heat stroke is a medical emergency that may result in death! Call 911 immediately.

Heat exhaustion is the body's response to loss of water and salt from heavy sweating. Signs include headache, nausea, dizziness, weakness, irritability, thirst, and heavy sweating.

Heat cramps are caused by the loss of body salts and fluid during sweating. Low salt levels in muscles cause painful cramps. Tired muscles—those used for performing the work—are usually the ones most affected by cramps. Cramps may occur during or after working hours.

Heat rash, also known as prickly heat, is skin irritation caused by sweat that does not evaporate from the skin. Heat rash is the most common problem in hot work environments.

For more information go to :https://www.osha.gov/SLTC/heatstress/heat_illnesses.html

 

LATEST ACCIDENTS IN NYC

May 31, 2015 - Crane Accident in Midtown Manhattan Injures 7 and Damages Buildings
A crane that was lifting a heating and air conditioning unit to the top of 261 Madison Avenue in Manhattan damaged nearby buildings on Sunday.
The Fire Department said two construction workers and five passers-by sustained minor injuries, described as lacerations, from the falling debris. The construction workers were taken to Bellevue Hospital Center, and two people were taken to NYU Langone Medical Center. The others refused medical attention.


May 5, 2015 - A construction worker fell to his death Tuesday while working on the RIU Hotel-Times Square at 301 W. 46th St. near Eighth Ave.The construction worker who fell 24 stories down an elevator shaft to his death Tuesday in a half-built Midtown luxury hotel was a decorated Air Force veteran who had dodged rocket fire in Afghanistan — but was more frightened by his new civilian job.

April 24, 2015  Crane Accident 44th Street and 2nd Ave.
Fire Officials: New York City Crane Accident Leaves Man Dead

Fire officials say a boom-crane accident in midtown Manhattan has left a man dead.
The Fire Department of New York says the accident occurred shortly before noon Friday near 44th Street and Second Avenue

April 7, 2015 -  Construction accident in midtown Manhattan injures 4, FDNY says

April 6, 2015 Worker Killed At Construction Site Dirt Collapse In Meatpacking District

March 6 2015 Building explodes in NYC’s East Village

February 26, 2015

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Measles (Rubeola)

Measles is a highly contagious respiratory disease caused by a virus. It spreads through the air through coughing and sneezing.

Measles can be serious, especially for children younger than 5 years old. It can lead to pneumonia, encephalitis (swelling of the brain), and death. Learn how you can protect your child from measles.

For more information: http://www.cdc.gov/measles/index.html

From January 1 to January 30, 2015, 102 people from 14 states were reported to have measles*. Most of these cases are part of a large, ongoing multi-state outbreak linked to an amusement park in California.


BST recognizes that a jobsite poses a unique challenge to management and employees alike, with its constantly changing conditions; it is a work environment that differs each day with its hazards. We want to earn your business.

All instructors are qualified safety and/or health professionals. Our instructors have the education and the many years of combined experience needed to help establish safety programs and training for our clients.

DBE & MBE Approved  -  NYSDOT, NJDOT, NJTRANSIT, NYC

 

OSHA's 2014 TOP TEN
Most Frequently Cited Violations 

 C = Construction standard

1. Fall protection (C)
2. Hazard communication
3. Scaffolding (C)
4. Respiratory protection
5. Powered industrial trucks
6. Lockout/tagout
7. Ladders (C)
8. Electrical: wiring
9. Machine guarding
10. Electrical: systems design

 

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Bilingual Safety Training, LLC
Cipriano A. Guzman, PE 
Phone: 201-414-4952     201-753-4749   Fax 866-202-4749

Email: info@bilingualsafetytraining.com   bilingualsafety@gmail.com

 

 

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