Finger Loss Memorial Safety 

SawStop to Fund Finger Loss Memorial in D.C.

WASHINGTON, D.C. – SawStop announced they will fund a new memorial dedicated to those who have lost fingers on table saws. It comes on the heels of what Sawstop executives call an “unreasonable and completely preventable number of table saw injuries” in the first two quarters of 2019. In a statement released to the press, SawStop declares, “It’s time we… Read More
Nail Gun Legislation Safety 

Federal Nail Gun Safety Laws Under Consideration

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Following OSHA’s second-quarter jobsite injury updates, federal lawmakers have introduced new nail gun safety legislation with a sweeping bipartisan support. “I’m not looking to repeal nail guns. I’m not looking to take people’s nail guns away,” said Hillary Clinton. “But I am looking for more support for the reasonable efforts that need to be undertaken to keep… Read More
Light Rain Added to Table 1 As OSHA-Approved Dust Control Method Safety 

Light Rain Added to Table 1 As OSHA-Approved Silica Dust Control Method

WASHINGTON, D.C. – In one of the most common sense moves in centuries, OSHA officials have announced that light to heavy rain is now approved for silica dust control under Table 1. “It’s long been understood that water-based dust control is an effective way to keep silica dust from becoming airborne,” said OSHA researcher, Dusty Rhodes. “We found that rainfall… Read More
OSHA hard hat man buns Safety 

OSHA Approves New Hard Hat for Man Buns

WASHINGTON – Citing a need for more up-to-date safety solutions that meet the needs of today’s millennials and modern styles, OSHA has approved a new hard hat design for those workers sporting a man bun. “We really wanted to make sure that workers would be able to continue operating tools and equipment safely while still sporting their personal choice of… Read More
millenial job site violations Safety 

Millennial Job Site Violation Reports Up 872%

WASHINGTON – Unions are reporting some shocking Q2 numbers as Millennial job site violation reports are up 872% following the introduction of the “See something, Say something” iOS and Android app. Using the union’s new app-based grievance filing system, Millennials are exposing horrific trends. According to the latest figures: Being yelled at by a foreman is up 1,273% Safe space… Read More