At ASA-HC, safety is our primary focus. We pride ourselves on providing the knowledge and tools our members need to create a safer construction industry. Our Safety & Health Committee is charged with bringing awareness to subcontractors and the construction companies they work with, and serving as a resource for individuals who promote safety in the workplace.

ASK SHEETS

Safe construction practices are key to keeping your valued team members protected on the job. ASA-HC’s Accessing Safety Knowledge (ASK) sheets are a great resource for jobsite toolbox talks or quick refreshers for employees.

1. Family-Focused ASK Sheets
ASA-HC’s Safety & Health committee has developed ASK sheet that focus on safety in the home.
Click HERE to see the list of available sheets to download and share with your family and loved ones.

2. COVID-19 Tool Box Talks
ASA-HC’s Safety & Health committee has gathered numerous toolbox talks related directly to COVID-19.
Click HERE to see the list of available talks to download.

3. Fall Prevention ASK Sheets and Tool Box Talks
In coordination with the Houston Fall Prevention Alliance, ASA-HC’s Safety & Health committee has numerous toolbox talks related directly to fall-prevention.
Click HERE to see the list of available talks to download.

4. When Incidents Happen ASK Sheet and Logs
ASA-HC’s Safety & Health committee has developed a tool companies can use to assist them in determining when their employees, and others in the construction industry, are more likely to have a safety incident. Knowing when incidents are more likely to occur on jobsites, companies can limit their risk with targeted safety training.

The “When Incidents Happen Log” is a simple spreadsheet that allows for input of date, day of week, time of incident, when during the shift it happened, seriousness level, how it happened. Once the information is entered, the information can then be sorted to show when incidents are more likely to happen. Tracking incidents in this simple spreadsheet can aid you in seeing trends that you may not have spotted without the log.

5. Vehicle Safety ASK Sheets
In coordination with ASA-HC member Adams Insurance Service, ASA-HC’s Safety & Health committee has numerous toolbox talks directly related to vehicle safety.
Click HERE to see the list of available talks to download.

6. Workplace ASK Sheets

Accident Prevention Plan
AEDs in the Workplace
Assured Grounding Conductor
Before Digging Begins
Clothing that Protects
Confined Spaces —  Permit Required
Confined Spaces — What is a Confined Space?
Confined Spaces — What You Should Know
Confined Spaces — Entry in Construction
Confined Spaces — Elevators
Cranes and Derricks Final Rule
Dos and Don’ts When OSHA is at a Jobsite
Driving Standard
Emergency Action Plans
Employer Payment for Personal Protective Equipment
Face Mask Five Ws and H Questions ENGLISH and SPANISH
Fall Protection – Introduction to OSHA’s Standard
Fall: Post Fall Rescue
Fall Rescue Plan – Things to Consider
Fatality in the Workplace: What Do We Need To Know
Fire Extinguishers
Fire Protection and Prevention
First Aid: On Site vs. Clinic
Forklift and Aerial Work Platform
Forklift Safety
Global Harmonized System (GHS) – New Hazard Communication Standard
Hand Protection
Hand Safety and Material Handling
Hazard Communication
Heat — Your Employees’ Summer Enemy
Heavy Lifting
How an Insurance Company Can Help Your Safety Program
How to Handle an Unsafe Jobsite
Hurricane Preparedness
JHA and JSA
Ladder Use Highlights
Lasers — Are They Hazardous?
Leading Edge Fall Protection
Lock Out/Tag Out
Maintenance/Inspection Requirements for Heavy Equipment
OSHA’s E-Reporting
OSHA’s Fine Increase
OSHA Multi-Employer Policy
OSHA Record-keeping Requirements
OSHA Reporting and Record Keeping Changes 2015
OSHA Temporary Employee Initiative
OSHA Training
Respirators
Return to Work
Rights and Responsibilities on An Unsafe Jobsite
Root Cause Analysis
Safety Apps
Safety Lectures vs Safety Conversations
Safety Resources
Scaffolds
Signage — Importance of Safety Signage
Silica
Tool Box Safety and JSA Resource
Welding Fumes and Gases
Who is Safety Director in Your House

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