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 Name Site Area Date Ttl Safety Topic Root Causes Status Respirator User Name Completion DateEntry
Mike FrielerAlbanyBay 109/21/20173Other

The chain to secure the 2x4's used to go across the panel when we pull strand, was not secured, leaving the potential for a board to fall.

Completed09/21/2017View / Edit Details
Jeff KemperAlbanyYard09/21/20176Safe Equipment Operations

A chain binder came loose on a trailer allowing the potential for the piece to move.

Completed09/21/2017View / Edit Details
Patrick McCarthyRosemountHollow Core Production09/22/201710Fall Hazard

No safe way to cross over hollow core beds. Steps required are both long and high.

CompletedView / Edit Details
Mike FrielerAlbanyProduction09/22/20176Other

Very hot and muggy in the plant this morning. going to be that way all day.

Completed09/22/2017View / Edit Details
Corey OlsonWellsB509/23/20173PPE

No safety glasses worn

Completed09/22/2017View / Edit Details
Doug ShleicherAlbanyFinish Building09/25/20178Housekeeping

Block of wood laying on the floor in the washout bay, I stepped on it and almost twisted my ankle.

Completed09/26/2017View / Edit Details
Kurt BeuningAlbanyWash Area09/25/20176Housekeeping

Water spilling on floor

Completed09/26/2017View / Edit Details
Al MontagAlbanyBay 209/25/20175Housekeeping

Concrete on the floor

Completed09/26/2017View / Edit Details
Jeff KemperAlbanyFinish Building09/25/20174Safe Equipment Operations

Air hose was left on a pile on the floor causing a tripping hazard

Completed09/25/2017View / Edit Details
Mike FrielerAlbanyFS 909/25/20173Other

The safety chain for the 2x4's we use to keep strand off the bed was not secured.

Completed09/25/2017View / Edit Details
Kurt BeuningAlbanyStrand Area09/25/20175Housekeeping

Strand not cut

Completed09/25/2017View / Edit Details
Jeff KemperAlbanyProduction Bay 109/26/20175Safe Equipment Operations

Wood blocking for braces were left laying in the first bay after sweeping and cleaning was done. These were in the walkway by the FS 7.

Completed09/27/2017View / Edit Details
Al MontagAlbanyBay 209/26/20176Ergonomics

Cutting Strand in Bay 2

CompletedView / Edit Details
Doug SchleicherAlbanyYard09/26/20178Safe Equipment Operations

When the yard is wet the yard trucks do not turn well at all. Drivers are having to come almost to a complete stop so it turns, and this causes missing the turns into the bays.

Completed10/25/2017View / Edit Details
Jeff KemperAlbanySteel Shop09/27/20175Safe Equipment Operations

EE was crawling up a steel rack to hook up a piece to the crane.

Completed09/29/2017View / Edit Details
Steve HoweGrand ForksFS 309/27/20173Housekeeping

Test -floor clutter after stripping

Completed09/28/2017View / Edit Details
Steve HoweGrand ForksDriveway outside Overhead doors09/27/20176Housekeeping

Concrete build up on driveway floor from excess concrete falling out of ready mix chute when done pouring on flat slabs

Completed10/02/2017View / Edit Details
Mike FrielerAlbanyFS 909/27/20175Housekeeping

Material on a cart was left in front of the eyewash station and fire extinguisher.

Completed09/27/2017View / Edit Details
Kurt BeuningAlbanyBay One09/27/20176Housekeeping

Screw left in the metal tap welded on PK 511

Completed09/27/2017View / Edit Details
Steve ArndtWellsFS2609/28/20177Fall Hazard

I was talking with the leadman on the fs26 and I Tony Viramohn jump off the form to the floor. I went up to him and told him that type of behavior is unacceptable. I explain why and not to let it happen again.

Completed10/04/2017View / Edit Details
del VecchioAlbanytest09/28/201712PPE

test

Completed09/28/2017View / Edit Details
Del VecchioAlbanyThis is only a test09/28/201712PPE

This is only a test

Completed09/28/2017View / Edit Details
Gregg JacobsonAlbanyBay #1 FS1009/28/20179Fall Hazard

Employees working on a piece suspended with the OHD cranes while removing opening blanks... Piece needs to be lowered close to the ground and then stand in the opening if possible to remove plywood forming.

Completed10/05/2017View / Edit Details
Kurt BeuningAlbanyBay One09/28/20173Housekeeping

Debris left on the floor at the end of the day

Completed09/28/2017View / Edit Details
Mike FrielerAlbanyFS 7-1009/28/201710Other

EE was about to walk through an area when the bed was being cut out.

Completed09/28/2017View / Edit Details
 Name Site Area Date Ttl Safety Topic Root Causes Status Respirator User Name Completion DateEntry