by Jorge Vazquez on Dec 30, 2013
WEEKLY TOOLBOX TALK: COLD WEATHER SAFETY As the weather becomes “frightful” during winter months, construction workers who must brave the outdoor conditions face the occupational hazard of exposure to the cold. You need to be especially mindful of the weather, its effects on the body, and proper prevention techniques. Environmental conditions The... read more
by Marek Brothers on Dec 23, 2013
THE END OF THE YEAR The Marek Family of Companies is responsible for training you in the recognition and avoidance of unsafe conditions and of the safety hazards applicable to your workplace. However, you are also an important player in jobsite safety and security. The simplest of tasks, such as placing trash where it belongs, picking up extension... read more
by Jorge Vazquez on Dec 9, 2013
Sprains and strains continue to be one of the highest types of injuries within our company. By following a few simple rules, many of these injuries can be avoided or their severity greatly reduced. Medical evidence has shown that performing warm-up exercises before work and after breaks reduces strain and sprain type injuries.These rules are:•... read more
by Marek Brothers on Dec 2, 2013
You are at risk from falling objects when you are beneath equipment, scaffolds, etc., or where overhead work is being performed. There is a danger from flying objects when power tools, or activities like pushing, pulling, or prying, may cause objects to become airborne. Injuries can range from minor abrasions to concussions, blindness, or death.... read more
by Jorge Vazquez on Nov 25, 2013
The Marek Family of Companies wants to take this opportunity to give thanks to the most important part of our business – YOU. We hope that you and your family have had a safe and healthy year. We hope you can spend these holidays with family and be able to give thanks for what you have.All of us at Marek can be thankful for another year. We want... read more
by Jorge Vazquez on Nov 18, 2013
As the weather becomes “frightful” during winter months, construction workers who must brave the outdoor conditions face the occupational hazard of exposure to the cold. You need to be especially mindful of the weather, its effects on the body, and proper prevention techniques.
by Jorge Vazquez on Oct 23, 2013
Every Front Line Supervisor is responsible for timely reporting of all work-related injuries, accidents and fall exposures. To properly carry out his duties, today we are reviewing with all employees, the responsibilities of supervisors and employees to report accidents.
by Jorge Vazquez on Sep 30, 2013
Actually, we have no control over rain, snow, sleet, wind, lightning or sunshine. But we can control what happens on our job as a result of the elements. Some of the biggest problems on construction jobs are caused by wind and lightning. Wind probably causes the most accidents; lightning can be deadly.
by Marek Brothers on Sep 12, 2013
Our stretching program helps our employees increase their overall flexibility and range-of motion for better and safer performance.
by Marek Brothers on Sep 12, 2013
Originally Posted on: http://one.arch.tamu.edu/news/2013/2/4/marek-francis-hall-donation/© 2013 College of Architecture, Texas A&M University.Marek Brothers Systems has made a $150,000 contribution to a safety education lab in Francis Hall, the new home of the Department of Construction Science in fall 2014.Marek Brothers Systems Inc. funds... read more