Construction and industrial work can often stir up pests, especially in cold months. With a bit of awareness, crew members can prevent the spread of rats, mice, and other vermin.
It’s easy to think of summer as the high months of pest infestations, with bees, wasps, mosquitos, and other insects. But seasonal weather obviously varies depending on where you are, meaning there are always risks of vermin. And for many in the U.S., work in the wintertime can mean rodents, especially in urban areas.
For Champion, safety is always a top priority and ongoing commitment. This extends beyond keeping active work safe to preventing further potential issues before they happen. Here are some tips for being aware of and avoiding pests during ongoing projects:
Safety is a top priority for this crew. Their commitment to adhering to safety protocols and promoting a secure workplace has not only protected team members but has also set a benchmark for Champion standards. This dedication to creating a safe environment reflects the crew’s leadership, professionalism, and sense of responsibility.
Foreman Fabio De Freitas and Supervisor Dylan Thompson deserve to be applauded for their excellent leadership. However, let us express our gratitude to each member of this bridge painter crew: all your hard work, expertise, and collaborative spirit has been instrumental in the success of our projects.
Here’s to a year of achievements and to many more ahead as we continue to build a brighter future together!Contact Champion