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2nd Annual Charity Benefit for Our Lady of the Lake Children’s Hospital

    Code Red Safety was a proud sponsor at the Westlake Chemical 2nd Annual Golf Tournament that was held at the Pelican Point Golf Course in Gonzales, LA on Monday September 19th. Proceeds from the event benefitted the Our Lady of the Lake Children’s Hospital to continue their outstanding programs and local support of [...]

By |September 26th, 2016|News|0 Comments

Chicago Air and Water Show 2016

This past weekend was the annual Air and Water Show in Chicago. If you’ve never seen it put it on your calendar for next year, it is well worth it. Along with the great entertainment there is the vibe of walking along the lake and taking in some of the best that Chicago has to [...]

By |August 24th, 2016|News, Safety|0 Comments

Aloha from Hawaii

Recently Code Red Safety was asked to provide Safety, Hole Watch, Fire Watch, and Air Tech Duties for a turnaround in Hawaii. While there are many companies that this plant could have used to assist with these functions they requested Code Red Safety. Currently there is a team of 24 people providing support for the [...]

By |July 13th, 2016|News, Safety|0 Comments

Tips for Driving in a Snow Storm

Two weeks ago I had the pleasure of driving across country with a few friends. Good times were had despite the eternal struggle of keeping your phone charged and spotify playing. Sidenote - the BBQ in Nashville is delicious - almost as good as Texas!  Unfortunately, mother nature decided to mix things up and dump [...]

By |February 24th, 2016|News, Safety|0 Comments

OSHA Proposes New Beryllium Regulations

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has scheduled a public hearing  to discuss the agency's proposed rule to amend its existing exposure limits to Beryllium. Currently, OSHA's eight-hour permissible exposure limit for Beryllium is 2.0 micrograms per cubic meter of air, but the new rule will change that number to .2 micrograms per cubic [...]

By |February 22nd, 2016|News, Safety|0 Comments

Massive Crane Collapses in Manhattan

Over 100 firefighters rushed to the scene after a massive crane collapsed shortly before 8:30am on the island of Manhattan. A 38 year old man died in the accident and dozens more injured. Bay Crane owned the construction crane and it was operated by Galasso Trucking and Rigging at the time of the accident. The [...]

By |February 5th, 2016|News, Safety|0 Comments

9 Tips for Having a Safe New Years

Celebrating New Years can be an exciting experience, but because of the alcohol that is often involved, it’s important to make sure you are as safe as possible. Most people don’t give their New Year’s Eve plans a second thought. Whether you intend to join the drinking festivities or you are the designated driver, there [...]

By |December 31st, 2015|News, Safety|0 Comments

12 Tips for a Safe Holiday

  They may smell good, but unattended candles have the ability to catch any flammable material in your house on fire.   When decorating your home with artificial snow, be sure to follow directions carefully. These sprays can irritate your lungs if you inhale them.   This might sound obvious, but stand your tree away [...]

By |December 23rd, 2015|News, Safety|0 Comments

Sound Safety: Preventing Noise-Induced Hearing Loss

Every day millions of workers are exposed to harmful noise levels while on the job, and it's the task of employers to provide a safe work environment for all employees. Loud noise can reduce work productivity and contribute to workplace accidents by making it difficult to hear warning signals. The Occupational Safety & Health Administration(OSHA) [...]

By |December 15th, 2015|News, Safety|0 Comments

What Really Caused the Tianjin Explosions?

On August 12, 2015, a fire at a chemical storage facility at the Port of Tianjin, China set off a series of explosions that rocked the region and resulted in death and destruction. At last count, over 173 people lost their lives, nearly 800 were injured, and thousands have lost their homes. What really caused [...]

By |November 9th, 2015|News|0 Comments