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ROCK TOUGH ON SAFETY

General

A safe jobsite is critical to the success of any contractor. When employees work safely, they are on the job and helping you meet deadlines. A common misconception in this industry is that smaller machines present fewer risks than those used on large-scale jobsites. Workers often underestimate the importance of personal protective equipment, paying attention to warning labels and even properly entering and exiting machines. Rock Tough supports your safety initiatives  Check out our safety site to learn how our resources and services can help you mitigate risks in the industry.

Grizzly Bar Adjustment

Whether you're a small contractor, or a large construction company, you need equipment with the versatility to perform efficiently on any jobsite. Rock Tough has the building construction equipment you need to keep you productive all day long — whatever job you're working on. And, since reliability and dependability is the key to your success, you can count on Rock Tough separators to keep your business running. Workers in the General construction industry face many safety hazards while working on a jobsite. Construction workers are required to stand, bend, stoop and work in confined areas. They may also need to lift and carry heavy objects. All of these physical actions combined with the dangerous tools and equipment used have the potential to cause personal injury. 

Loading And Transport

Construction sites are a great place to work but adding heavy machines on the jobsite increases the number of work zone hazards and risk for injury. Heavy construction has all the same safety hazards that you would find on a General Construction site except this industry has one added element, the heavy equipment. Each year, workers are crushed by equipment, struck by swinging backhoes, run over or pinned between other equipment and walls. That is why it is important for all jobsite personnel to be properly trained on equipment and jobsite safety.

Operation

Construction sites are a great place to work but adding heavy machines on the jobsite increases the number of work zone hazards and risk for injury. Heavy construction has all the same safety hazards that you would find on a General Construction site except this industry has one added element, the heavy equipment. Each year, workers are crushed by equipment, struck by swinging backhoes, run over or pinned between other equipment and walls. That is why it is important for all jobsite personnel to be properly trained on equipment and jobsite safety.