Legionella & Maintaining Healthy Water Systems

pink and blue legionella

If you own or manage a business property, it is vital to educate yourself on what Legionella is, how to test for it, and the best ways to control it.  Wm. T. Spaeder’s Water Treatment department is equipped to help you take the proper steps to ensure your water systems are properly maintained and Legionella free.

Silica Safety – The Basics

Jack hammer on stone

Although silica has been generated for years in construction and through that time has always been dangerous, only recently have studies been able to confirm that exposure to respirable silica is having effects on our workforce.

Confined Spaces: What You Need to Know

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As this month’s safety stand-down dealt with confined spaces, we thought we would discuss a little more in depth about confined spaces and what working in them entails. Confined spaces can be found in a variety of industries, during many applications and they can even be created inadvertently during demolition activities if proper pre-planning isn’t performed. Learn what you can do to work safety in these types of environments.

“Cutting” Edge Technology & Safety

“Cutting” Edge Technology & Safety Blog Image by WM.T. Spaeder

For the Wm. T. Spaeder, technology is a means of our present and our future. We pride ourselves in utilizing cutting edge technologies to develop and create complex, yet, seamless projects for our customers. This technology assists us in project layout, fabrication & pre-fabrication and, in turn, meeting our project budgets.

Kicking off the 2019 NSC Congress & Expo with Mick Ebeling

National Safety Council Convention Blog Image by WM.T. Spaeder

Every year the National Safety Council puts on a Congress and Expo for safety and related professions to attend and enhance their efforts in their current job roles. For anyone who works in safety, like any job, there are many pros and cons. For many of us, one of the biggest positives about being a safety professional is that it enables us to influence many lives and aspects of the business.

Trench Safety Stand-Down

Trench Safety Stand-Down Blog Image by Wm. T. Spaeder

In the U.S., more than 800 construction workers die every year while on the job. One of the most dangerous types of construction work is trenching.

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