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We understand the importance of identifying hazards, so we are equipped with technology to keep your management in touch with your worksite. Using our Safety Management System, you can log online and see information from the field to correct hazards or trends that need attention.

Your Dashboard, lets you see supervisor, jobsite and subcontractors performance from the safest to least safest. Our Safety Management System keeps track of training for Confined Space, Lockout/Tagout, Fall Protection, Flagger, Forklift, GHS, OSHA 10 or 30 Hour to name a few. Your Dashboard also includes OSHA Audit records and Accidents reports.

We can assist your company in obtaining the best workplace safety & health environment. Our approach to safety can be customized for your company to achieve your goals to make safety a priority. ESC can be contracted to stay on a project full time or can be contracted to perform regular scheduled inspections, training and more.

22 people were injured with 16 taken to a hospital after two cranes became entangled. One person had a serious injury and the others had minor ones. Commander Benavides said, when they arrived they did not find a collapse, he said, but "more of a two-crane collision.” Battalion Chief Mark Bridges said the bases of the cranes were stable, but entangled by wires at the top. The accident took place at a mixed-use development called the Mueller complex in East Austin.

A worker who died on January 14, 2021 after a trench collapsed at a construction site in Greeley has been identified by the Weld County's Coroner's Office as 59-year-old Jay Froshaug. The Longmont resident was in a trench when the dirt wall collapsed, the Greely Police Department (GPD) said. An ambulance transported Froshaug to a local hospital, where he later died. The worker was in a trench when the dirt wall collapsed around him, according to police.

They were tapping into the sewer line to connect it into one of the parcels for one of the homes, and unfortunately, that's when the collapse happened. Two workers were buried in the trench, which was about 8 feet deep. Their fellow workers tried to rescue the men, but couldn't get to them. Unfortunately there was just too much dirt. Crews are working to recover the bodies, but it could take hours.

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