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STORM SEASON
Important Note:

June through November our agency may become prohibited from binding coverage should a “Tropical Disturbance” enter the Gulf of Mexico or Caribbean Sea.

In these cases we may be unable to bind new coverage quoted in open proposals until the storm leaves our area and our binding authority has been restored.

Please arrange your coverage protection early to avoid this type of delay. While we regret any inconvenience, the carriers impose these restrictions on all agencies.

The Hazards of Scaffolding

Structure scaffolding for work projects could provide many serious threats to employees. Inning accordance with OSHA, injuries connected to scaffolds include falls, tip-overs, being struck by falling tools, and entering contact with energized high-voltage line.

To ideal stay secure while building as well as using scaffolding, OSHA recommends a selection of tips:

Always utilize footings that are level, rigid as well as able to sustain lots without settling or moving.

Securely plumb and also support tools in order to help protect against persuading and dislodgment.

Plumb and also degree the scaffold as you go.

Make sure all connections as well as couplers are safely fastened before going on in the setting up process.

Constantly comply with the maker’s directions when installing ties as well as dental braces.

Avoid blending scaffolding parts from various makers unless you make certain you can do so safely.

Location toeboards on railroaded sides to help protect against objects from dropping.

When servicing a scaffold:

Have a qualified individual evaluate the scaffold before every shift.

Check to make certain it’s secure to use. If it is noted with red tags, it’s hazardous. Never make use of a hazardous scaffold till repair works are made.

Do not overload a scaffold beyond its maximum load ability. Never use buckets, obstructs or ladders in an effort to produce more functioning height on the platform.

Do not deal with a scaffold if it is snowy, icy or slippery.