November 2016 Workplace Safety E-Newsletter
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  November 2016
JLG Workplace Safety
FEATURED STORIES
•   Training and Safety
•   Camden Yards Case Study
•   Workplace Safety News Roundup
•   Workplace Safety Trivia
•   Low-level Access Safety
EXPERT TIPS ON SAFETY FOR ALL
Safety Begins with Training
Training optimizes safety
Training is about more than optimizing productivity and minimizing downtime. Learning from qualified instructors prepares operators to make the right decisions when stakes are high. As you evaluate your own training processes, consider developing a program that includes:
  • Structured instruction that mixes classroom and hands-on learning
  • An in-house certified trainer who oversees ongoing best practices
  • Periodic training refreshers through mobile or remote learning
  • The development and maintenance of a safety-first culture of accountability
With effective training as your backbone, your team can reach peak performance without sacrificing safety.

Enhance your training with JLG courses and tools today.
Compact Crawler Hits Homerun at Camden Yards
JLG X700AJ at Camden Yards
The foul poles at Baltimore’s Camden Yards are transplants from the historic Memorial Stadium, bringing more than three decades of history to the now 22-year-old baseball stadium. At 70 ft tall and bright yellow, these vertical extensions are critical markers for umpires and fans alike, but their height and crisscross ironwork structure have always made frequent paint jobs difficult and time-consuming.

Thanks to a suggestion from Rentals Unlimited, Inc. in Clarksburg, Maryland, the Maryland Stadium Authority discovered the JLG® X700AJ Compact Crawler Boom, and they quickly realized they had a winner on their hands.

Read the full story.

WORKPLACE SAFETY ROUNDUP
Safety at Low-level Heights
In a recent Rental Management magazine, Global Category Director Paul Kreutzwiser talks about the boosts in safety and efficiency that an EcoLift provides over a 10-ft a-frame ladder.
Preventing Hearing Loss: Noise Infographics
EHS Today highlights the dangers of noise hazards in light of the approximately 22 million U.S. workers at risk for noise-induced hearing loss.
NIOSH Total Worker Health Webinar Focuses on Aging Workforce
With the averaged planned retirement age increasing from 60.9 to 65.4 years old for construction workers, effectively managing and protecting an aging workforce is a key safety concern, Safety+Health magazine reports.


Disclaimer: Any opinions expressed in these articles are not necessarily those of JLG.
TRIVIA CHALLENGE
Test Your Safety Knowledge!
Challenge yourself to the latest edition of our Trivia Challenge based on information from this edition of Workplace Safety and you could win a six-panel mesh cap! Congratulations to our September winner, Rick Taylor!

Begin the Trivia Challenge now!
NEWS YOU CAN USE (BUT MIGHT HAVE MISSED)
Low-level Access Equipment Transforms Workplace Safety
Low-level Access Equipment Transforms Workplace Safety
Ladders might be simple and easy to use, but their instability in small work areas can make working at height a hazard for your team. Low-level access solutions are versatile and efficient, giving your team an easier way to work at height with materials and tools.
VPP Award
JLG Earns VPP STAR Site Certification
OSHA’s Voluntary Protection Program (VPP) STAR Site certification has been awarded to only 0.5% of approximately six million U.S. companies, and JLG is the first company in the access industry to receive the honor. We are humbled and are appreciative that news organizations are using the award to highlight the importance of workplace safety.

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