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Our Safety Team at the World Trade Center

ssho hank at wtc disaster site looking down into the pit ssho hank at wtc disaster site looking at rebar confined space team monitors at confined space entrance at wtc disaster site confined space entrance attendant to monitor entrants danger confined space confined space monitors at wtc disaster site take a break confined space team taking time to pose for a picture before getting to work, Thanks guys! ssho hank hedges standing in front of a Mazzocchi bucket loader at WTC site The bridge which was used to bring equipment in and out. In the background is the slurry wall the slurry wall at wtc disaster site

We all remember the pictures from 9/11. The Safety Company, Inc. was on site along side so many other responders to manage Building No. 6 and the Path Subway as Permit Required Confined Spaces. We had a safety team of 20 safety professionals during most of the our time there. SSHO Hank would give safety meetings in the morning and then again at a shift change or in cases where a major change had taken place to inform all affected workers about changes. It was the most dangerous site we have ever been on. Our team worked 12 Hour shifts, 7 days a week to complete the task.