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Safety Spotlight

November's SAFETY SPOTLIGHT

According to the National Safety Council (NSC), coming into contact with objects and equipment accounts for 26% of workplace injuries.  Examples of these types of accidents include being struck by or against an object or equipment; being caught in or compressed by objects or equipment; and, being struck, caught or crushed in collapsing structure, equipment or material.  The NSC suggests following these TIPS: store heavy objects close to the floor; be aware of moving equipment/ objects in your work area; and, wear the proper personal protective equipment.  For the month of November we'd like to feature Tienson A. for our Safety Spotlight.

Congratulations Tienson and thanks for maintaining a safe work environment since you started working for UES in July!

We appreciate your dependability and staying alert on the job!

 

 

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October's SAFETY SPOTLIGHT

According to the National Safety Council (NSC), overexertion is responsible for 33% of workplace injuries.  Overexertion can be caused by lifting or lowering, and repetitive motions, among other activities.  The NSC provides the following tips: Avoid bending, reaching and twisting when lifting; and, take frequent short breaks.  Our Safety Spotlight for the month of October showcases our employee Khari H.

Thanksgiving and kudos go out to Khari for maintaining a safe work environment while employed through UES!

Over the past 13 months he's been accident free!

 

 

 

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September's SAFETY SPOTLIGHT

Paula V. is the focus of our safety spotlight for last month.  She's been working for UES off and on for the past two and a half

years without any safety related incidents.  We appreciate you Paula; thanks for setting a good example!

 

 

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August's SAFETY SPOTLIGHT

According to the National Safety Council's website (https://injuryfacts.nsc.org/work/costs/work-injury-costs), 104,000,000 production days were lost due to work related injuries in 2017 alone.  WHAT?  That's astronomical!  It's a good thing we have employees like Perlita S. who are doing their part to practice safety on the job. 

Perlita started working for UES a year ago and we've received nothing but positive feedback from our client.

She is a reliable employee and has performed her daily tasks without injury, to which we are grateful!

 

 

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July's SAFETY SPOTLIGHT

According to the National Safety Council, 4,600,000 workers are injured on the job every year.  That number is excessive and we want to do our part to lower it.  Our employee Felix G. has been doing his part the past year and a half!  That's why he's the focus of our Safety Spotlight for the month of July.

Felix has been working with UES since January 2018.  As a commercial painter, Felix is expected to work in a variety of

construction zones.  Despite this exposure to potential hazards, he hasn't had any injuries.

Zero, zilch, zip, nada.  Felix, thanks for staying safe!

 

 

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June's SAFETY SPOTLIGHT

According to the National Safety Council, there are 88,500 workers who are injured on the job every week.  For the month of June UES would like to highlight our employee John M. who has helped us meet our all-important goal of reducing on-the-job injuries.

John M. has been working on assignment  with us for the past five months.  During this time he has had Z E R O injuries.

John, we appreciate your hard work and dedication to maintaining workplace safety!

 

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