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Construction Safety Week – Thank You!

Our industry is embracing safety more than ever, most especially with the outbreak of COVID, and every worker in our industry deserves a big thank you.  The efforts of all our workers are reducing risks and accidents on our projects.  This week we have been discussing the importance of total ...

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Construction Safety Week – OSHA Stand Down to Prevent Falls in Construction

OSHA has set its annual National Safety Stand-Down event to prevent falls for May 3-7. It marks the eighth year that OSHA has held the event that encourages employers to talk to employees about fall prevention and fall hazards, one of the top safety violations cited by inspectors. “Companies can conduct a ...

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Construction Safety Week – Be Safe, Be Well Rested

Safety is a value that we all need to practice, not just in the workplace, but at home too.  From fatigue to drug abuse, we need to embrace safety in everything we do.  Are you or a coworker working so many hours that you are too tired to work or ...

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Construction Safety Week – Be Relentless

Preventing injuries means relentlessly paying attention to risk.  Using mind and body to always make safety number one.  Executing the fundamentals is critically important.  It starts by wearing full PPE 100% of the time.  It means going back to the basics by learning and embracing hand safety techniques.  These practices ...

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Construction Safety Week – Be Present, Be Focused

Langston Construction is celebrating CONSTRUCTION SAFETY WEEK and OSHA NATIONAL STAND-DOWN TO PREVENT FALLS IN CONSTRUCTION Monday, May 3rd – Friday, May 7th.  For this week, Langston is providing our focused lessons for each day. Mental awareness is critically important for workers to stay safe.  Mental distractions can rob a ...

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‘Be Pro, Be Proud’ Skilled Trades Mobile Workship

Langston Construction was honored to have the opportunity to tour South Carolina’s new “Be Pro, Be Proud” skilled trades trailer with Senator Thomas Alexander and other county officials.  The 53-foot, double-expandable 18-wheeler offers students and parents the chance to learn more about skilled trades and the career opportunities that are ...

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Langston Receives The CAGC Presidential Safety Award

Langston Construction is honored to be a recipient of the 2019 Carolinas Association of General Contractors Presidential Safety Award for safety excellence in 2018.  This award is presented to contractors with extraordinary safety records, including Zero Lost Time incidents for the year....

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Langston Safety Professionals Receives Board Certifications

Langston Construction congratulates Safety Professionals, John Shrewsberry and Gerri LaBarge, for receiving their Certified Safety Professional (CSP) certification from the Board of Certified Safety Professionals. “The STSC is intended for construction supervisors, managers, superintendents, forepersons, crew chiefs, and craftspeople who have responsibilities to maintain safe conditions and practices on construction ...

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Conducting Construction Math Series

Langston Construction conducted continuing education training to employee craftsmen with a focus on construction math and core curriculum.  The syllabus included refresher and new theories, as well as practical exercises.  ...

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Safety Week 2019 – Well Done, Langston Team!

Langston team members celebrate Safety Week and National Stand-Down to Prevent Falls in Construction! WELL DONE, LANGSTON TEAM!!! We thank everyone for participating in Safety Week and for continuing the motivation and commitment to Zero Unsafe Behaviors!...

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