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Mazzella Companies Environmental, Health & Safety Initiative

Mazzella Companies Environmental, Health & Safety Initiative

Mazzella Companies’ belief is all injuries are preventable and injury prevention shall be considered of primary importance in all phases of operation and administration. Management’s intention and responsibility is to provide safe and healthy working conditions. We are committed to documenting, training and auditing safe work practice requirements for all employees in order to control all workplace hazards and avoid injuries.

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Stop Distracted Driving

Stop Distracted Driving

Distracted driving is driving while doing another activity that takes your attention away from driving. Examples include: cell phone / smart phone (texting, emailing, navigation, etc.), reading, smoking, eating, drinking, etc. The three main types of distracted driving are ...

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Hazard Hierarchy of Fall Protection

Hazard Hierarchy Of Fall Protection

Hazard Control: Let's take the scenario of working at heights. Why is it a hazard? Because the risk is falling. The result could be fatal if no controls are used. Learn about: Elimination / Substitution, Passive Fall Protection, Fall Restraint, Fall Arrest and Administrative Controls.

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Hazard Hierarchy of Controls

Hazard Hierarchy Of Controls

Hazard Recognition & Hazard Control. By definition, a hazard is any source of potential damage, harm or adverse health effects on something or someone under certain conditions at work. The most effective way to control a hazard is to remove it!.

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Don't Lose Sight Of Wearing Safety Glasses

Safety Glasses

Fact: According to the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), each day about 2,000 U.S. workers sustain a job-related eye injury that requires medical treatment. The purpose of eye protection is to help prevent accidents that can lead to serious injuries, up to including blindness, caused by a variety of hazards.

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Stay Lean By Eliminating Waste

Stay Lean By Eliminating Waste

Here are four important steps: (1) Learn to identify the "8 Types of Waste", (2) Find the waste in your processes, (3) Eliminate the waste and (4) Repeat steps 2 through 4.

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Electrical Equipment Access

Electrical Equipment Access

Electrical equipment is located at all facilities in IT rooms, office areas, shop walls, building columns, next to equipment, closets, etc. This equipment includes primarily disconnects, transformers, panels and cabinets. They all need to remain unobstructed - use the 3-foot clearance rule. Easy access is required for ready and safe operation and maintenance of such equipment.

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Continuously Improve Daily

Continuously Improve Daily

"Being the Best" means that Everyone is engaged in continually improving Every Day!

To support the continual improvement process, the Mazzella Management System uses the "Corrective Action Request" form to document significant issues and trends that need to be improved in a timely manner.

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What Is 5S & Why Is It Important In Our Work?

Instilling the 5S Culture

5S is about being safe and productive. It's a lean system to eliminate waste, streamline production and optimize efficiencies; 5S is a behavioral mindset that provides clarity for all. What does that mean? With an effective 5S program, there are designated aisleways, tools have a home, fire extinguishers are marked and accessible, electrical panels have appropriate clearance, etc.

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March Is National Ladder Safety Month

National Ladder Safety Month

What does this mean? How does this affect us? Why is ladder safety such a big point of emphasis?

  • In the USA workplaces alone, three workers are killed every week due to ladder related incidents.
  • 50 workers a day are injured due to ladder related incidents.
  • Ladders have ranked 7th on OSHA's annual "Top 10" list of most cited violations the past couple years.
  • Ladders are just as dangerous away from the workplace.

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CRANE DIVISION:

Progressive Crane
800.832.7263

Mazzella Crane Service
877.962.7263

KCI Crane Service
205.345.4701

FHS Incorporated
863.534.1212 (Bartow, FL)
770.495.7503 (Duluth, GA)
251.441.4401 (Theodore, AL)
225.673.3585 (Gonzales, LA)

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RIGGING DIVISION:

Mazzella Lifting Technologies
800.362.4601

Indusco Wire Rope & Supplies
410.727.0665 (Baltimore, MD)
301.499.8800 (Capitol Heights, MD)

J. Henry Holland
757.460.3300 (Virginia Beach, VA)
757.827.9600 (Hampton, VA)

Alabama Sling Center
205.744.0230

Tennessee Sling Center
901.345.8918 (Memphis, TN)
423.634.9005 (Chattanooga, TN)

Rouster Lifting & Rigging
304.252.6031

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METALS DIVISION:

Sheffield Metals International
800.283.5262 (Cleveland, OH)
800.929.9359 (Atlanta, GA)
877.375.1477 (Denver, CO)
877.853.4904 (Dallas, TX)

New Tech Machinery
800.574.1717

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