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May 3, 2005 9:29 AM CDT

MCAA's Safety Software

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A contractor's profit margin could be greatly affected by OSHA citations, yet no one budgets for this sometimes costly event. The MCAA has very worked hard to improve relations with OSHA, to create and implement programs for contractors to prevent OSHA citations, and most importantly to produce a safer and more productive workplace.

Over the years, the MCAA has developed many safety programs for its members. From wall bracing to forklift training to safety software, we have always been proactive in assisting our members in the areas of occupational safety and health. Recently, we have developed a computerized safety program that if followed properly, will aid contractors in implementing an employee health and safety program that will comply with the current OSHA regulations.

This software is fully customizable so that you can input your company's name and logo into all of the preset forms, toolbox talks and recordkeeping forms that will allow you to completely develop and print your comprehensive safety program. There are 18 safety topics ranging from fall protection to ergonomics to substance abuse. Each safety topic has a compliance guide that outlines which OSHA regulations are to be followed, toolbox talks, training, records and reports, and model documents. Whether you have a safety program or not, this software will greatly assist you in making your jobsites safer.

There are many ways MCAA has helped its members, but none more important than protecting workers. Don't wait, purchase MCAA's Safety Software today!

Please click here to order.


About the Author

Rashod R. Johnson, P.E., is president of The Roderick Group in Chicago. He is the former Director of Engineering for the Mason Contractors Association of America and currently serves as a technical consultant to the association.

 

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