MSC Safety Solutions

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MSC Safety Solutions

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MSC Safety Solutions

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MSC Safety Solutions

MSC Safety Solutions was founded in 1990 and we believe that we can succeed if we honor our past, present and future. Our purpose is to ensure that our clients as well as our employees reach their full potential. We can achieve this through quality service, responsibility, trust, honesty, integrity, and above all by honoring ourselves, our client’s, and our families. We will continue to cultivate our roots to grow in knowledge, service, and loyalty. We will achieve success.

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Mortenson Construction has used MSC Safety Solutions and specifically Rich Trosper for “on hire” crane inspections for several years. I have found them to be responsive, well trained, and easy to work with on multiple occasions. Rich has a sound understanding of all types of cranes. I know that if MSC and Rich are involved I can be assured the crane is structurally sound, assembled per manufacturer standards, and in good working condition. I would not hesitate to recommend their services. Please call with questions. John Pole, Field Operations Manager

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Recent posts on industry news, insightful information and anecdotes.

Leveraging Safety Inspections for a Proactive Safety Culture

Encourage your staff to find as many safety violations items as possible during the week, correct, and log them on your inspection form.  Praise them for having a long list of items that were found and corrected, and trust that over a period of time, if you work the process, the number of items found will decrease. 

Three ‘E’s For An Effective Safety Program

When it comes to enlisting the aid of our people in willing participation in the safety culture we are developing, encouragement is a key factor. We want an effective safety program, and we want ‘buy-in’ from our employees.

OSHA Changes Silica National Emphasis Program

This new program will be measured for effectiveness by regional offices and the OHE through collecting data on the number of employees covered, the number of workers removed from hazards, reductions in worker exposures, abatement procedures implemented, and the number of violations related to specifically targeted hazards.