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Safety supplies and personal protective equipment (PPE) keep construction sites secure and workers safe and help companies ensure full compliance with safety regulations. Full-body safety harnesses, shock-absorbing lanyards and self-retracting safety lines help prevent individuals working at heights from falling and decrease the risk and severity of injury in the unfortunate event they do fall. High-visibility apparel, safety signs, labels and barrier tapes promote safety awareness within a designated work area. Whatever supplies your job demands, SECI is here with a wide variety of products to help ensure a safe construction environment including hard hats, gloves, tape, earmuffs, and more! Browse our inventory and contact a team member today if you need assistance finding the right safety equipment for your construction needs.


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Be Prepared for Every Job Site Hazard:

It goes without saying that those who work on construction sites are exposed to dangerous situations day in and day out, including:

  • Working at heights
  • Work with electricity
  • Work in environments with hazardous materials (chemicals, solvents, lead or asbestos)
  • Work in loud environments with repetitive and excessive noise
  • Work with large equipment and machinery

Simply put, working on construction sites can be dangerous! OSHA reports that the construction industry had the highest number of fatalities of all industries in 2019 with 1,061 worker deaths. Construction hazards vary depending on the circumstances surrounding the jobsite and the working being completed. Working at heights clearly poses an entirely different hazard than working with asbestos. That is why it is imperative to assess your hazards ahead of time, review the applicable safety rules and regulations and come equipped with the appropriate level of protection for every jobsite!


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Be Prepared for Every Job Site Hazard:

It goes without saying that those who work on construction sites are exposed to dangerous situations day in and day out, including:

  • Working at heights
  • Work with electricity
  • Work in environments with hazardous materials (chemicals, solvents, lead or asbestos)
  • Work in loud environments with repetitive and excessive noise
  • Work with large equipment and machinery

Simply put, working on construction sites can be dangerous! OSHA reports that the construction industry had the highest number of fatalities of all industries in 2019 with 1,061 worker deaths. Construction hazards vary depending on the circumstances surrounding the jobsite and the working being completed. Working at heights clearly poses an entirely different hazard than working with asbestos. That is why it is imperative to assess your hazards ahead of time, review the applicable safety rules and regulations and come equipped with the appropriate level of protection for every jobsite!


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