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Gold Safety Award certification awarded to companies who score between 85 and 95 percent on ConstructSecure’s Safety Assessment Program PLYMOUTH, Mich., Feb. 16, 2020 – National Steel City (NSC), one of the nation’s leading self-perform specialty contractors, today...
FDRsafety’s Client, National Steel City, LLC Reduced or Eliminated Welding Fume Exposure and Improved Employee Comfort
You are welding on the construction site and the work is rarely (actually, almost never) on a bench with ventilation. The welds must be made at working surface level, in tight spaces and in body positions that are hot and cause you to sweat. Read the full article.
COVID-19 has shaken up how nearly every business operates. For many, that shake up came in the form of a remote model. Implementing Zoom conferences or adding in a Slack channel has become regular practice for many businesses. We’ve learned over the last several...
NATIONAL STEEL CITY AMONG FIRST IN NATION TO USE BREAKTHROUGH PROXIMITY TRACE TECHNOLOGY AS PART OF COVID-19 RESPONSE PROTOCOL ROLLOUT
Download PDF NSC’s use of Triax’s Proximity TraceTM ensures its workers maintain a minimum of six feet of social distancing onproject sites; other measures include training and job site orientation, limited meeting sizes, going paperlesswhere possible, onsite cleaning...
First, we hope you and your families are keeping safe and well during these uncertain and unprecedented times. The purpose of my reaching out is to update you on NSC operations as they pertain to safety, and our company’s commitment to serving the needs of our clientele.
NSC has been recognized by Construction Users Roundtable (CURT) for Construction Industry Safety Excellence (CISE). It is an absolute honor to have been included alongside these prestigious companies.
NSC was pleased to have the opportunity to participate in the 10th Annual Southern Company Charity Clay Shoot at Selwood Farms.
Did you know your body is constantly in a struggle to disperse the heat it produces? Most of the time, you’re hardly aware of it – unless your body is exposed to more heat than it can handle. In 2017, 87 people died in the U.S. from exposure to excessive heat, according to Injury Facts, the annual statistical report on unintentional injuries produced by the National Safety Council. Heat-related illnesses can escalate rapidly, leading to delirium, organ damage and even death.