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Terence (Terry) Kidd
  • 60, Male
  • Buderim, Queensland
  • Australia
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For those working in Carpentry, Drywall, Electric, General Labor, HVAC, Landscaping, Masonry and Plumbing.
Feb 8, 2010
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Workplace Induction for Delivery Drivers

I am interested in the views and comments anyone has about the need to induct (our terminology in Australia) or train delivery drivers in the hazards that are inherent in your workplaces and the controls you use to manage those hazard. Do you see delivery drivers as visitors who need little or no training, or do you see them as workers who need to be informed so they stay safe while on your premises? Do you have policies and procedures for their duties or work as delivery drivers on your…See More
Jul 14, 2009
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Terence (Terry) Kidd is now a member of Online Safety Community
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Where do you live (city, state, country)?
Buderim, Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia
What industry do you work in?
Construction
What is your job title?
HSE Manager Major Projects
What company do you work for or associate with?
Thomas and Coffey Ltd
Do you currently use or recommend Personal Protective Equipment?
Yes
How did you find our online community?
Invited by a close friend
What best describes the role you play in the purchase of safety products?
Specify what hand protection to purchase

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At 3:58pm on February 24, 2010, Terence (Terry) Kidd said…
Thanks Michael, yes I have seen it. The laws in Oz actually allow ladders as work platforms for light work only, work that may be performed with one hand because 3 points of contact must be maintained at all times and the body must remained within the ladder stringers. Additionally, ladders must be secured top and bottom, plus no one may ascend further than the third topmost rung of a step ladder. So, Safe T Climb, fine thing that it is, may not be used. As I said earlier my company goes further than the law and bans all ladder use, except for acces (and in most cases we use scaffold) or where there is no practical alternative. I actually can't remember the last time we had a 'fall from height' incident.
At 3:32pm on February 24, 2010, Michael Foust said…
Hey Terry, have you seen Safe T Climb? this may be something you can use to transform a ladder into a working platform or for better stability for ladders. Mike
At 6:12pm on February 1, 2010, Terence (Terry) Kidd said…
Lol .... that drink was one of several in the bar of a resort in Fiji a couple of years ago. I spent a very nice 2 weeks lying in the sun and diving the reefs.
At 6:02pm on February 1, 2010, Todd Dugas said…
Funny!! Today is my first day really sending any time here. I am considering starting another safety community in partnership with a major media company. Enjoy that drink you have in your hand!!! LOL
At 11:43am on December 7, 2009, Craig Banning said…
Our friend Patty seems to be up to it again even though his account name has changed. Hopefully no one will respond to him as that only seems to encourage his _ _ _ _.
At 2:40am on October 16, 2009, tirupathi gummala said…
hai Mr terry I wish you wel come for joining work place safety,,,,,,,
At 1:07pm on August 21, 2009, Femi Samuel Oshajare said…
Hi Terry,
i wish to connect with you better. this is my email address pls send me materials on take 5 program.
At 1:03am on August 21, 2009, Michael J. Bradford, CHST said…
Terry,
Would you please send me a copy of the Take 5 Program as well ... if is in digital format so it could be printed would be awesome.

Does you're company print the booklets or they send them out ???
My e-mail ... ipray@bellsouth.net
At 6:29pm on July 14, 2009, Paul Moore said…
My email address is moore.paul.e@gmail.com, like your stance with SafetyToes.
At 6:39pm on March 31, 2009, Margret Meade said…
Glad to see you here, Terry!
 
 
 

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