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Safety info with a splash of comedy. Come jump into a safety conversation with hosts Aaron Iacino and AJ Hanscom the Risk Managers for IBC. We cover everything from getting caught in a machine to being shot by an active killer. We help employees and employers stay one step ahead of the game. Tune in for the latest in OSHA news, OSHA case studies, and new technology in safety.
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We're joined with Braeden Banzhaf on this episode to discuss the beginning of a safety career. He brings the knowledge of a field employee into his new safety role. He's in the works of creating a safety committee to ensure all of his employees are safe within his company. Check out all the safety tips and tricks Braeden brought to this episode when first becoming a safety director!Learn more about our Risk Management department here - https://ibcins.biz/risk-management/ or call 712-277-2424.
We are joined with Dave Wantland. He has 18 years of construction experience for both residential and commercial. He is also OSHA 10 and OSHA 30 certified. Construction is different than the general industry for many reasons. Safety culture is also different between companies based on their goals and values. Some of the most common construction injuries are eye, slips and trips, and cuts. Having the proper PPE when in construction is crucial to the safety of all employees. Learn more about our risk management department here - https://ibcins.biz/risk-management/ or call 712-277-2424. 
We are joined with Amy Roosa on this episode. Amy has worked the last 18 years in the field of safety, ranging from construction to general industry, and currently works with Amerigas as their Regional Safety Manager. She has worked with organizations such as the National Safety Council, helping create the Government and Public Sector Division, and has worked with the ASSP Hawkeye Chapter, most recently in the role as Vice President.She is a regular speaker at conferences ranging on topics from training to leadership. But, her biggest accomplishment to safety is here in Iowa as co-creator and founder of the Iowa Women in Safety Conference.  She talks all things safety tips and tricks! In safety, resilience is key to being a safety director. Learn more about our risk management department here - https://ibcins.biz/risk-management/. 
We are excited to dive into this episode and to have Ross Weatherford join us. Ross is an expert on military safety and has an abundance of knowledge to share on this topic. Learn more about our Risk Management department here - https://ibcins.biz/risk-management/ or call 712-277-2424. 
We are so excited that James Henderson joins us on this episode. We dive into all things welding safety. James has been welding for many years and brings all kinds of expertise and knowledge on this subject. Learn about some of the most common hazards that employees are doing in the field and how to protect yourself from these hazards. Learn more about our Risk Management Department here -- https://ibcins.biz/risk-management/ or call 712-277-2424 to talk to our Safety Director Aaron. 
Airborne Contaminates

Airborne Contaminates

2021-08-1055:33

Some airborne contaminants are lead, epistasis, silica, hex crome, chemical vapors, etc. OSHA has access to multi employee citations. This means if you are on the job site and it wasn't you who created the  contaminate, but you were on the jobsite you can still get cited for the hazard.We have so many classes and checklists to ensure that you and your employees are protected from airborne contaminates. Learn more about our risk management department here - https://ibcins.biz/risk-management/
Learn all about the many safety job titles and responsibilities for each.Learn more about our Risk Management department here --> https://ibcins.biz/risk-management/ or call 712-277-2424. 
You have to be okay with not being liked. Keeping people safe is your job. Whether they like it or not. Learn more about our Risk Management department here --> https://ibcins.biz/risk-management/ or call 712-277-2424. 
Learn about the knowledge and wisdom that's required for a safety professional. Learn more about our Risk Management department here --> https://ibcins.biz/risk-management/ or call 712-277-2424. 
Health and Safety Plan development is important for the protection of all employees. Here are some tips to putting together the health and safety plan:Start with the absolute need to knows on the OSHA regulationsDiscover the applicable rules Change the verbiage so its relevant Learn more about our Risk Management Department here --> https://ibcins.biz/risk-management/ or by emailing aaron.iacino@ibcins.biz. 
Safety Orientation

Safety Orientation

2021-07-0649:49

Putting together a safety orientation is a critical part of the onboarding program. A simple checklist would be all of the safety policies you have in place currently. If necessary, most of this can be completed online.Contact our risk management department to learn more by emailing aaron.iacino@ibcins.biz or by filling out this form online --> https://ibcins.biz/contact/.
Fire Prevention

Fire Prevention

2021-06-2945:38

We cover both construction and general industry fire prevention rules. You need to inspect your fire prevention safety methods every month, especially the fire extinguisher. When inspecting the fire extinguisher first check the pin and the gauge, then make sure the handle is in tack and the hose is in proper condition, and finally make sure there are no dents or white powder around the extinguisher. The annual inspection is done by a professional and goes into depth. Learn more about our Risk Management Department here --> https://ibcins.biz/risk-management/ or call 712-277-2424. Are you interested in taking a course from our Safety Directors? Check out the courses we have available here --> https://ibcins.biz/class-calendar/.
Recordkeeping

Recordkeeping

2021-06-2255:19

If it's recordable, it's reportable. You should be able to pull all the required documents and reports if needed. When filling out the report make sure you do it in detail and in full. Record everything that is legitimate: all the hours of everyone involved and all of your employees total. Make sure a higher executive signs the 300A with the correct date. The 300A has to be posted between February 1st and April 30th .Learn more about our Risk Management Department here --> https://ibcins.biz/risk-management/ or call 712-277-2424. Are you interested in taking a course from our Safety Directors? Check out the courses we have available here --> https://ibcins.biz/class-calendar/.
Machine Guarding

Machine Guarding

2021-06-1549:11

Don't just assume that your equipment is OSHA approved from the manufacturer. Make sure you do your own inspection. Learn more about our Risk Management department here --> https://ibcins.biz/risk-management/ and check out our event calendar to see all of the courses taught by Aaron and AJ and to sign up for a course --> https://ibcins.biz/class-calendar/We look forward to working with you!
Taking an active killer course is a must for the protection of yourself and your employees. A policy is important to have in place for all companies. Learn more about our risk management department here --> https://ibcins.biz/risk-management/ and check out our course calendar to see all of the courses taught by Aaron and AJ and to sign up for a course --> https://ibcins.biz/class-calendar/
Safety Training Part 2

Safety Training Part 2

2021-06-0159:22

Safety training tips and tricks to keep your employees safe. As safety instructors, it's important to have some sort of emotions to the course and make it real. Our goal is to make employees safe for years to come. OSHA fatal fact sheets are influential to the courses, due to the real statistics and information. Videos/pictures are beneficial for the class to actually see the results of poor behavior in the field. Stories are another way to keep your safety class in-tune. Learn more about our risk management department here --> https://ibcins.biz/risk-management/ or call 712-277-2424. 
Safety Training

Safety Training

2021-05-2542:21

New hire safety orientation is crucial for the safety of each employee. Make sure you are trained on everything you do on a daily basis so you're covered from an OSHA citation. If OSHA comes make sure you have all the correct paperwork and everyone has taken the proper training for their job. Tune in next week for all the tips and tricks for training. To learn more about our risk management services click here --> https://ibcins.biz/risk-management/ or call 712-277-2424. 
PRCS

PRCS

2021-05-1841:18

Permit Required Confined Spaces (PRCS)The best form of rescue is self rescue.Find out more about our safety services here --> https://ibcins.biz/risk-management/ or call Aaron at 712-277-2424
Respiratory Protection

Respiratory Protection

2021-05-1045:53

Respiratory protection ensures that you are safe from airborne hazards. Hazards include vapors and gases, oxygen deficiency, and airborne particles. This has been a huge topic lately so make sure to tune in to learn the ins and outs of respiratory protection. It's crucial that employees get fully trained on various aspects of their respirator and the hazards that are present in their work environment. Making sure you inspect your respirator before each use is a must. Learn more about the types of respiratory protection, how to be safe when using each respirator, and how to chose the correct respirator protection for your job. 
Hazard Communication

Hazard Communication

2021-05-0354:59

HazCom is all about identifying chemical hazards in the workplace and communicating these hazards to ensure that everyone is working in a healthy and safe environment. Being aware of the use, handling, and disposal is very important with HazCom. Illnesses can be avoided when the proper use and handling is followed. 
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