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 Name Site Area Date Ttl Safety Topic Root Causes Status Respirator User Name Completion DateEntry
Andrew ScholtenWellsFS2505/16/20184Ergonomics

While setting up the FS25 this morning, everyone was working efficiently and going at a good pace. Ramon Ambriz was putting rails up on the side as well as doing some work on the form as he went along, he jumped from the form to the floor when he was going to set a rail.

Completed05/16/2018View / Edit Details
Tom PetersonField (Wells)Whitewater ramp10/09/20188Ergonomics

Erection hardware being shipped in pails will cause slip/trip and or back injuries when unloading by hand.

Needs AttentionView / Edit Details
Jordan JohnsonWellsWest Plant04/15/20197Ergonomics

Had a talk with two guys on the FS 23 crew about using the stairs and not jumping on the form.

Completed04/15/2019View / Edit Details
Brent winterAlbanyFS1004/07/20207Ergonomics

while pulling strand EE's are walking over the strand next to the strand pack. Causing EE's to trip.

Needs AttentionView / Edit Details
Corey OlsonWellsDT 712/15/20206Ergonomics

New steps were installed and railings were not included. New railings being constructed.

Completed12/15/2020View / Edit Details
Jordan JohnsonWellsWest Plant01/22/20204Ergonomics

The FS 24 didn't have shielding on there south cable.

Completed01/22/2020View / Edit Details
Kurt BeuningAlbanyFS-810/12/20173Ergonomics

EE was dragging a screed board alone

Completed10/16/2017View / Edit Details
Jeff StenzelWellsMetal Shop03/18/20198Ergonomics

Ron Barnick was welding a large assembly. He needed to roll it to a side to continue. I observed him ask Chad to help maneuver the assembly over

Completed03/18/2019View / Edit Details
Mike FrielerAlbanyStretching Program02/02/20188Ergonomics

Took part in the FS-9's stretching program this morning.

Completed02/02/2018View / Edit Details
Steve ArndtWellsWest Plant01/21/20206Ergonomics

Steve Meyer works on the FS 22 in the west plant and he was stripping the form during this time. Steve stepped off the form onto the floor with out using the stairs provided. Steve is flexible enough where he can step off the form without jumping off.

Completed01/22/2020View / Edit Details
Al MontagAlbanyBay 210/12/20176Ergonomics

Carrying bulkhead can by himself.

Completed10/16/2017View / Edit Details
Kevin LestoField (Wells)Nevada IA10/01/20198Ergonomics

Unsafe ladder acssess

Completed10/01/2019View / Edit Details
Kevin LestoField (Wells)Nevada IA10/01/20198Ergonomics

Unsafe ladder acssess

Completed10/01/2019View / Edit Details
Matt MaguetWellsFS2511/30/20187Ergonomics

Electrician from BLK electric jumped off the form.

Completed11/30/2018View / Edit Details
corey olsonWellsFS 1905/20/20196Ergonomics

Employees stripping the bed were sweeping foam from a stripped wall panel onto the floor. Could sweep from panel into a garbage hopper to only sweep once.

Completed05/20/2019View / Edit Details
JOHN FARRENGrand ForksBUILDING B07/25/20185Ergonomics

A EMPLOYEE WAS PULLING STRAND FOR THE NEXT DAY AND WAS NOT PULLING IT AT A STEADY PACE. HE WAS WHIPPING IT TO CREATE SLACK. IT COULD SLIP OUT OF HIS HANDS AND CUT HIM OR HE COULD POSSIBLE HURT HIS BACK OR SOMETHING ELSE.

Completed07/26/2018View / Edit Details
Andrew ScholtenWellsFS2510/16/20174Ergonomics

Pulling (6) 1/4" cable down the form at a time.

Completed10/16/2017View / Edit Details
Andrew ScholtenWellsFS2510/12/20175Ergonomics

Jumping off of form rather than stepping down.

Completed10/13/2017View / Edit Details
Jeff BullermanRosemountPlant07/28/20205Ergonomics

EE was really struggling with pushing the stressing cage in place.

Completed07/28/2020View / Edit Details
Corey OlsonWellsfs 2612/04/20206Ergonomics

Jeff Morrison jumped off the side of the form. did not use portable stairs.

Completed12/30/2020View / Edit Details
Rick JohnsonWellsB509/11/20203Ergonomics

B5 didn't have the steps next to the bed

Completed09/11/2020View / Edit Details
Mike FrielerAlbanyHard Trowel07/27/20206Ergonomics

EE tried to come to work with a sore back

Completed07/27/2020View / Edit Details
Andrew ScholtenWellsFS2405/10/20184Ergonomics

This is actually a positive entry. I was watching the FS24 pour the bottom with buckets. John T. was dumping and was using the steps to get on and off the form. He would set the steps at the end of the piece and walk down to the steps and use them.

Completed05/10/2018View / Edit Details
Jordan JohnsonWellsBuilding 307/24/20188Ergonomics

Terry L was slightly underneath a panel tearing liner off of brick.

Completed07/24/2018View / Edit Details
Corey OlsonWellsFS2202/01/20186Ergonomics

Jon Rodriguez pushed through the stretching program in 40 Seconds. 2nd day in a row he was observed, not leading it correctly.

Completed02/01/2018View / Edit Details
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