Safety Comes First.

Safety is not merely an item on a checklist. It is a commitment and a necessity that we have carved into our building philosophy and it guides the processes, planning and approach to all of our projects.

At Pyramid Construction, we put the safety of our clients and our workers first. Doing so means integrating our safety program into our culture and on our job sites through training, education and going beyond industry standards to ensure that everyone gets home at the end of each day.

National Safety Stand-Down – Day 5 – Slips, Trips and Falls

Every single year slip, trip, and fall injuries are some of the most common and costly injuries that occur in the workplace. Many people probably assume that falls from heights cost companies more every year than falls on the same level, but this is not the case....

National Safety Stand-Down – Day 4 – Roof Safety

Roofing work can be dangerous even in the best weather conditions. OSHA reports that falls from roofs account 34% of all fall deaths. Proper preventative and safety measures should be used when performing roof work to avoid injuries. When accessing a roof, you may be...

National Safety Stand-Down – Day 3 – Ladder Safety

Even the thought of climbing a ladder can be scary for some people. The potential for falls and serious injury is high. Safety on ladders is an essential part of the overall safety of our jobsites. We must be sure to follow ladder safety precautions.Choose the Right...

National Safety Stand-Down: Day 2 – Scaffold Safety

Scaffolds can tip over, collapse or employees can fall through improper planking. Employees on the job site must recognize hazards while setting up, using and taking down scaffolds. Use guardrails or personal fall arrest systems when scaffold work platforms exceed 10...

Day 1 – National Safety Stand-Down Week

Being safe is the most important rule on a jobsite and OSHA cites falls as the leading cause of fatalities in the construction industry. Most of us are required to wear hardhats, gloves and safety glasses, and anyone working on lifts, ladders or scaffolding must wear...

Safety Talk: The Deadly Dozen(s)

Construction safety is a vital part of our operations and above all, preventing accidents is extremely important. At the start of every accident, is a cause, a reason things went wrong. Identifying the cause can provide valuable information and subsequently help with...

Snow Shoveling Safety

Safe snow shoveling requires proper preparation, good technique and knowledge.Preparation Warm up and stretch prior to shoveling. Think Twice if you: Have had a heart attack or have other forms of heart disease. Have had a heart attack or have other forms of heart...

Safety Talk – Heat Stress

Workers who are exposed to extreme heat or work in hot environments may be at risk of heat stress. Exposure to extreme heat can result in occupational illnesses and injuries. Heat stress can result in heat stroke, heat exhaustion, heat cramps, or heat rashes. Heat can...

Silica Safety

Pyramid Employees Learn About New OSHA Silica Guidelines Around 2.3 million workers are exposed to respirable crystalline silica at their jobs. Construction workers represent a large portion of those numbers. Workers who cut, drill, or in any way grind down materials...
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