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 Name Site Area Date Ttl Safety Topic Root Causes Status Respirator User Name Completion DateEntry
Darik DistadField (Wells)Hutchinson MN02/22/20214Other

Getting stuff out of truck by trailer slipped on snow, landed on tailbone. Sore but should be fine.

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Tom PetersonField (Wells)Brooklyn Park Data Bank / Job #727502/02/20218Unsafe Operation

Wood crates continue to be used to transport steel to jobsites. These crates are overloaded causing the bottoms to fail and plates to fall out of them. My fear is that we have a plate go through someone's windshield as they are being transported to a jobsite. I've been told that the metal foundry crates are not getting back to the plants in a timely manner. We need to do a better job of tracking these crates and getting them back sooner so the shops are not forced to use wood.

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Ryan SmallenField (Wells)Edina MN #7208 Bower Residence01/19/20214Other

Employee / Ryan Smallen was carrying tools on the 10th floor of the Bower residents when he hit an ice patch and slipped. The slip caused him to land on his left leg awkwardly. With this being said, Ryan felt tightness and soreness in his upper left ankle and calf. Slight swelling.

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Dan JensenField (Wells)Miners convention center Virginia Minnesota01/11/20217General Communication

Trying to cut the bottom of wall panel off saw binding hit hand and real hard in the upper chest no medical atension was required as of today

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Tom PetersonField (Wells)Rochester public schools Job# 725101/07/20214Other

Burke lifter in top of panel was off to the point that the ring gear would not engage. Panel was light enough to be picked with the remaining 3 lifters.

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Tom PetersonField (Wells)Rochester public schools Job# 725101/07/20214Other

Burke lifter in top of panel was off to the point that the ring gear would not engage. Panel was light enough to be picked with the remaining 3 lifters.

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Robert ScottField (Wells)Virginia11/16/20207PPE

With all the snow and ice conditions on the jobsite now, the safety department needs to ensure all field personnel have traction gear for their boots with all the slippery conditions that are present this time of year. No slips or falls yet but it is a matter of time.

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Dan JensenField (Wells)FDA Litchfield09/28/20207Unsafe Operation

Landing gear of trailer 5062. The brace holding the leg straight is just about cracked off. The trailer will be loaded with a section of boom for the triple 9 and going to back to Wells.

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Kevin LestoField (Wells)FDA09/18/20209Other

Single Tee was loaded on a Double Tee with 3/4 plywood on the stems which allowed the single Tee rack to compress down to the top of the flange of the DBL Tee . In doing so it pushed the flange of the single Tee up away from the stem about a half inch. It also cracked the flange from the stem about 5 feet in

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Rob weissField (Wells)Island resort Harris,mi.09/11/202011Other

welds on stairs from pink precast are cranking

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Butch NielsenField (Wells)Setting Molin plank09/09/20209Fall Hazard

Molin plank had holes that were formed out in there plant. They did not cover the holes with plywood to protect the guys hooking up
This is something that needs to get handled

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Butch NielsenField (Wells)Setting Molin plank09/09/20209Fall Hazard

Molin plank had holes that were formed out in there plant. They did not cover the holes with plywood to protect the guys hooking up
This is something that needs to get handled

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Butch NielsenField (Wells)Setting Molin plank09/09/20209Fall Hazard

Molin plank had holes that were formed out in there plant. They did not cover the holes with plywood to protect the guys hooking up
This is something that needs to get handled

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Ed SField (Wells)7191 Twin City Hide08/13/202010Other

Wall panels around the garage door openings where not designed to free stand. We had to set walls out of order and could not use our normal bracing techniques. If not erected carefully and with good experience on the crew these situations could be very dangerous.

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joe larsonField (Wells)fairview community center08/06/20209PPE

I Joe Larson saw a driver from Morrel trucking (hauling a 60' JLG boom lift for wells) had safety harness on upside down. as in the leg straps were on his shoulders and the shoulder straps were around legs resulting in "D" ring was between butt cheeks. I saw before he started moving the boom lift and went and talked with him about proper way to wear the harness. he said to me "kinda felt a little weird! he then put the harness on the proper way as I walked away. I turned around as he started machine and saw him attach his lanyard to the top rail of the basket behind him, not a tie off point! I went back and explained where the tie off points were and why not to tie off to rail. I think that any company hauling our lifts should have proper training with the machines they haul for us. he listened and appreciated the help and awareness that I told him. he said his employer gave him harness and never showed him how to use it. also said that lots of times he doesn't wear harness unless someone on job says to.

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Rob weissField (Wells)Roseville High school07/22/20200Safe Operation

3rd case of coronavirus this week reported on job should jobsite be sanitized?

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Kevin LestoField (Wells)Freeborn Mower06/27/20200Safe Operation

Lightning

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Ryan PaulouskiField (Wells)7082P2 10 West Ramp06/18/20203Other

When taking off a bungee cord flag from a T load, the cord broke causing the cord to slingshot and hit him in the face.

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Robert ScottField (Wells)jobsite06/03/20203Other

Some of the rock used in the rip rap near the access is quite large and makes walking difficult.

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Kevin LestoField (Wells)LaCrosse Center05/27/20208Other

Frayed Tie down straps

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Rob weissField (Wells)10 west link St. Louis park05/22/20209Other

Incorrect bolt used on shoe for wall jack

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Kevin LestoField (Wells)Costco05/07/20205Other

Rebar sticking out of concrete cols

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Rob weissField (Wells)St.Louis Park05/06/20200Safe Operation

Truck driver taking belts off before being in place to pick

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Ryan PaulouskiField (Wells)7082P2 10 West Ramp04/27/20205Housekeeping

Many nails sticking out of the footing from the footing contractors forming.

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Ryan PaulouskiField (Wells)7082P2 10 West Ramp04/20/20207PPE

First Day of mask wearing seems to be very lax, many face protections not being worn correctly or worn at all. A few different reminders have been given

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