Occupational Health and Safety
Specializing in General Construction
Highly Experienced and Professionally Trained
Occupational Health and Safety is one of the most important parts of any construction project. However, it can be very large portfolio to manage that becomes excessively time consuming. You have better things to do like production. Allow me to take that burden off your shoulders. Having spent over 25 on the tools in various trades and equipment operation within sector 72 general construction coupled with knowledge, training and passion for the safety culture and your occupational health and safety program is in good hands. The real secret to a successful development project, is for the Project Manager, The Site Superintendent, and The Site Safety Coordinator to have each others back at all times.
Untrue Tales of Construction Safety Professionals
It's been said "Safety Professionals just spend money and slow down production ". This can be true. Guardrails, Safety Stands, Notice Boards, and Protection Coverings over holes requires material. Fasteners and wood are an expense. Yet I'm the type of individual that can scrounge materials from site. However, some purchases will be required. Does safety slow down production? That will only happen on my watch if a hazard has to be dealt with lessening the risk to the trades. Nothing cost more and slows down production greater than if a trade gets injured or worse. Therefore, some inconveniences brought on by a Professional Site Safety Coordinator should be welcomed. Because at the end of the day, the next contract will be partially based on the safety records of the ones prior. Allow me to help you get that next contract.
Recent News from FreeBird Safety Services
WE HAVE MOVED
Has moved to Eastern Chilliwack BC
Our new address is
51421-Yale Rd. Rosedale B.C.
Our new mailing address is
Box 313 Rosedale BC V0X-1X0
April 28th is fast approaching. Have you thought about what you are going to be doing that day. It falls on a Sunday this year, so no self-respecting worker has any excuse not to give a minute of silence on this day. The numbers haven't been fully compiled yet. However I am sure construction will be once again one of the leading industries of injury and fatalities come Day of Mourning.
I personally will be attempting to create a new ceremony in Rosedale British Columbia. With a fire hall just down the road from this location, as well as some very large industrial companies, creating a new ceremony shouldn't be difficult at all. Still, with events all over the Greater Vancouver and Fraser Valley Regional Districts, make a point to be at one. Bring your family and especially your children. For this is our Remembrance Day, and the ones who are no longer with us need to be not just honored, but remembered.
Below is a very serious video explaining, exactly why every construction site requires a
Trained and Experienced On-Site Safety Professional and Occupational First Aid level II or III
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Standing on the Edge (Graphic Content!)
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