Safety Stories: The Mutual Blog

May 2-6, 2016 marks OSHA's Annual National Safety Stand Down to Prevent Falls in Construction.

Spring is upon us - it's time for longer days, flowers in bloom, and repairing all that road damage from a long winter's salting and plowing.

Spring's mild temperatures create the perfect conditions to repair those winter-worn roads and to also perform other construction jobs that require a more temperate climate.

Barricade tape is the "go to" product in alerting both workers and pedestrians to risks in a given area.

Debris netting is one of the most cost-effective and efficient means to provide safety and ensure the integrity of a construction site.

Debris netting is one of the most cost-effective and efficient means to provide safety and ensure the integrity of a construction site.

At the turn of the century, George Kromer was a semi-professional baseball turned railroad engineer.

Finding the closest water source in the event of a fire emergency can often mean the difference between life and death.

Working at heights may be an unavoidable part of a construction job, but falls don't have to be. Use these tips to prevent fall-related injuries: