Baldwin Drywall

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Baldwin Drywall
Baldwin Drywall is listed in the Contractors Drywall category in Seattle, Washington. Displayed below are the social networks for Baldwin Drywall which include a Facebook page and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Baldwin Drywall on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 71.

Contact information for Baldwin Drywall is:
6335 18th Ave SW
Seattle, WA 98106
(206) 764-0740
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Join the Safety Stand-Down today! Fall hazards are a serious problem that account for over 1,600 serious injuries in Washington State each year. Slips and trips, falls from ladders and falls from heights account for most of these injuries, which include dislocated limbs, broken bones and head injuries. Sadly, a number of workers die every year as a result. Most of these injuries can be prevented with training, awareness and proper work practices. Learn more and get involved: www.Lni.wa.gov/StopFalls

We all expect amusement rides and bounce houses to be safe. Sadly, that’s not always the case. That’s why we offer parents this common-sense safety checklist of what to look for to keep their kids safe when enjoying the rides at spring fairs and carnivals.
With the arrival of spring there are flowers, birds, and the opening of carnival season. Sadly, it also can mean a time when gusting winds and improperly operated or anchored bounce houses can take flight with tragic results...

Falls were the leading cause of work-related deaths in 2016. One-third of these fatal falls, including all 3 falls from a roof, happened in construction. Please help prevent future tragedies like these - Join the Safety Stand-Down to #StopFalls in Construction, May 8-12. To learn how to participate and get plenty of ideas and ready-to-go resources for your crew, visit www.Lni.wa.gov/StopFalls
It's when you take a break from normal work activities so your crew can focus on a particular jobsite safety topic, like training on safe use of ladders or inspection of full body harnesses.

Labor & Industries (L&I), Washington State shared Better Business Bureau Northwest Serving Eastern Washington and Idaho's post.
Are you a business owner or HR Director in Washington State? If so, we have the perfect webinar for you on April 26! Labor & Industries (L&I), Washington State's Joyce Allen will be walking attendees through the Preferred Workers Program and all the services it offers. Register today - it's free!
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Labor & Industries (L&I), Washington State shared NIOSH National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health's photo.
Many workers spend part of their workdays on the road. One study showed drivers at work were more likely to be in a hurry to reach their destination, think about work, be tired or use a cell phone. These NIOSH National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health resources for employers and workers can help keep workers safe on the road. #distracteddrivingawarenessmonth
Require your workers to pull over in a safe location if they must text, make a call, or use their hand-held device for purposes such as looking up directions. Learn how you can prevent distracted driving at work: https://go.usa.gov/xXKYb