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Structural Steel Erection Best Practices

Structural Steel Erection Best Practices

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COMMEMORATION
 James Jonathan (Smitty) Smith
 
The Steel Erection Safety Committee was formed as a result of an injury incident where two ironworkers wereseriously injured and one ironworker, James Jonathan (Smitty) Smith, was killed while erecting steel.Committee members include representatives from industry, employers, the Ironworkers Union, and AlbertaWorkplace Health and Safety among others. The main purpose of the committee is to develop and communicateindustry recommended practices for the safe erection of structural steel in the construction industry.This booklet fulfills that objective and is published to honour the memory of James Jonathan (Smitty) Smith.Committee Members include:Marc Bergeron
 
(  
Vice-Chair)
, AB&S Steel
Rob Calver,
Alberta Ironworkers Apprenticeship and Training Plan
George Chapman,
TSE Steel Ltd.
Ray Cislo,
Alberta Human Resources and Employment: Workplace Health and Safety
Dale Francis,
Supreme Steel
Darrell LaBoucan,
 
Ironworkers’ Local Union No. 720
Jeff Norris,
Alberta Ironworkers Apprenticeship and Training Plan
Don Oborowsky
 
(Chair)
, Waiward Steel Fabricators Ltd.
Glenn O’Neill
, Ironworkers’ Local Union No. 725
LaMar Seward
 
(Special Advisor),
SNC-Lavalin ATP
Ken Zwicker
, Brytex Building Systems Inc.
© 2006 Manufacturers’Health & Safety Association. All rights reserved. Reproduction of this booklet is strictly prohibited without written permission.
EDITION: APRIL 2006
To order this booklet, or for more information, contact an Alberta MHSA office at
www.mhsa.ab.ca
or an ACSA office at
www.acsa-safety.org
.
This project was developed under the umbrella of the Manufacturers’ Health & Safety Association (MHSA) tofacilitate committee administration and financial management and to collect and disseminate the informationprovided by the committee.The MHSA is an industry leader in promoting wellness in the manufacturing workplace. Our mission is to achievework site wellness and eliminate occupational injuries and illness in the manufacturing industry througheducation, training, advocacy and partnership. Our values are:
Integrity • Trust • Participation • Collaboration • Performance Excellence
Committee members have volunteered many hours to support development of this booklet. Special thanks to theteam leaders for drafting materials and providing technical expertise and advice to the Chair—all of which madethis booklet possible.

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