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Hazard Recognition for Turnarounds

August 16, 2012

By John Baker, Total Safety Certified Industrial Hygienist These are the “Top Ten” most frequently cited OSHA standards for the past year: Scaffolding Fall Protection Hazard Communication Respiratory Protection Lock Out/Tag Out Electrical, wiring Powered Industrial Trucks Ladders Electrical, general Machine Guarding Let’s take this list of OSHA standards and translate it into the actual

Houston-Area Webb-Murray Offices Relocate to One Central Office

April 17, 2012

Webb-Murray, a Total Safety company, is now at a new location. Our new facility will house our locations formerly in La Porte, Pasadena, Clear Lake and Baytown, Texas. New Address: 4210 Malone Drive Pasadena, TX 77507 Business: 281.291.4800 Fax: 281.218.4990 Webb-Murray provides the necessary services to ensure reliable operation at the lowest total cost throughout

Webb-Murray Wins First Place at GBRIA’s 2012 Contractor Safety Excellence Award

March 5, 2012

Nominated by Marathon Petroleum Company in Garyville, Louisiana, Webb-Murray, a Total Safety Company, won first place in the Medium Technical Support Contractor category. Given for commendable safety performance as an industrial contractor, the award conveys strong support by GBRIA members of contractor safety performance. GBRIA recognizes that contractors have the primary responsibility for execution for on-site

Are You Ready for Narrowbanding?

May 12, 2011

On January 1, 2013, all public safety and business industrial land mobile radio systems operating in the VHF 150-170 MHz and UHF 431-512 MHz spectrum bands will be required to operate at 12.5 kHz or meet a 12.5 kHz efficiency standard. Those who do not comply will be in violation of the FCC and subject

Total Safety Appoints New Chief Operating Officer

May 10, 2011

Paul Tyree has been promoted to Chief Operating Officer of Total Safety.  In his new role, Paul will be responsible for the global operations of the company.  Consistent with the company’s strategy to reach new geographic markets, he will be leading the effort to expand Total Safety’s presence worldwide.     “Paul has proven himself to be

Total Safety Donates $20,000 to Bay Area Council Boy Scouts of America

April 13, 2011

Total Safety was pleased to present the Bay Area Council Boy Scouts of America with a check for $20,000 on March 31, 2011. Altogether, the Bay Area Scouts, with the help of The Texas Friends of Scouting, raised approximately $128,000 to assist the boys with building new facilities, purchasing uniforms for less privileged boys or those

Total Safety at the Beyond Safety Expo

November 4, 2010

We were featured in this news piece regarding the Beyond Safety Expo.

The Danger of Oil Sites

August 3, 2010

In April 2010 at approximately 9:00 p.m., in the remote community of Weeletka, Oklahoma, six young people aged 18 to 32 were socializing at a rural, unmanned oil and gas property when a cigarette or lighter likely ignited a blast that claimed the life of a 21 year old man. Based on witness interviews the

Total Safety Announces CAO Appointment

February 5, 2007

Houston – February 5, 2007 Total Safety announces the addition of James E. Rief as Senior Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer.  He is responsible for Total Safety’s Human Resources, Information Technology, Legal, and Risk Management teams.  Jim will be working with each of these departments to ensure that the departmental strategies and plans are aligned with