New Construction Safety Product Coming to ASSP Safety 2021 Expo Temecula, CA September 1, 2021 - J-CAT Safety Products, an innovative newcomer to the construction safety industry will be showcasing their newest construction safety device at the ASSP Safety 2021 Conference and Expo. The company’s signature product, the J-CAP™, is an OSHA-certified safety device that guards against injury or death due to impalements on exposed metal post brackets, metal forming stakes, and other similar hazards. Previously, workers would place common buckets or even
OSHA Releases Top 10 Standards Violations OSHA Releases Information on Top 10 Most Frequently Cited Standards for FY 2020 OSHA has revealed its annual list of Top 10 Most Frequently Cited Standards. Mar 04, 2021 After months of delay, the Occupational Health & Safety Administration has revealed the Top 10 Most Frequently Cited Standards for Fiscal Year 2020. Although all of the standards that were previously found on the list in 2019 stayed on the list in 2020, there were some that moved positions in
New Construction Safety Product Creates Industry Buzz Temecula, CA July 1, 2021 - J-CAT Safety Products, an innovative newcomer to the construction safety industry started with a flurry of activity at the World of Concrete, one of the industry’s largest trade show events. The show was the first time distributors and attendees got a look at the company’s signature product, the J-CAP™. It’s an OSHA-approved safety device that guards against injury or death due to impalements on exposed metal brackets, metal forming stakes,
New Construction Safety Product Launching at World of Concrete Show J-CAT Safety Products, Inc., a California-based company, has developed the J-CAP. This industry-first product is designed to prevent accidents caused by exposed brackets, flat metal forming stakes, and strap-tie holdowns. The device is the ONLY OSHA-approved product for the application. The J-CAP aims to mitigate impalement injuries on job sites. The industry’s previous best practice was custom-made wood boxes, placing non-OSHA-approved plastic flower pots or common buckets over the exposed brackets.