May is Building Safety Month

To highlight the importance of safety in construction and facility maintenance, the International Code Council (ICC), has designated the month of May, “Building Safety Month”.

At Lehman Daman, every month is safety month. We are proud of our own safety record – among the best in the industry! – and we help make safety a priority for every one of our customers, too.

We work hand in hand with your team to achieve the highest level of safety for every project and business – ensuring a safe job site for your personnel and ours.

How Does Safety Measure Up in Your Facility?

Safety is important in every facility and business environment, not just the traditionally “dangerous” jobs like construction and manufacturing.

According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), many of the top 10 safety violations are issues that can occur virtually anywhere people work.

How does your company measure up?

Top OSHA Citations of 2016

  1. Fall protection
  2. Hazard communication
  3. Scaffolds
  4. Respiratory protection
  5. Lockout/tagout
  6. Powered industrial trucks
  7. Ladders
  8. Machine guarding
  9. Electrical wiring
  10. Electrical, general requiremnets

Free On-Site Safety Assessment

Relax. Lehman Daman can help ensure your building safe and take care of your regular facilities maintenance items, too.

Contact us today to  schedule your

Jeff Pogue
Facility Services Division Manager
(614) 252-3400


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Safety First with Associated Plastics, Ada, Ohio

Lehman Daman designed and built this 37,478 SF facility for Associated Plastics. This was a GROUND-UP project, Lehman Daman acted as the single point of contact for the owner throughout the design, pre-construction and construction phases of the project including utility procurement. With safety as a main priority, Lehman Daman installed a fire suppression system, with the largest fire pump in the city of Ada!

For more information about this project visit the project page.