GSS News

Working at GSS: How To Advance Your Career From The Ground Up

Posted by Susan Ring Jul 26, 2018 9:47:43 AM

 

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Why GSS is a Great Place to Work

Posted by Susan Ring Jul 18, 2018 3:50:52 PM

GSS: What Makes Us A Great Place to Work?

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Topics: working, Careers, Team, personnel, jobs

Project Coordinator

Posted by Danielle Bosse Jul 6, 2018 4:30:09 PM

GSS is a leader in fall protection services, and we’re excited to announce that we’re growing our company and expanding our staff. We’re a small but mighty company that appreciates people who are passionate about what they do and take pride in their achievements. Our employees work hard, but we also foster a friendly and supportive environment.

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Topics: safety, Careers, fall protection, personal fall protection, protection, Team

Project Engineer

Posted by Danielle Bosse Jul 6, 2018 4:24:40 PM

GSS is a leader in fall protection services, and we’re excited to announce that we’re growing our company and expanding our staff. We’re a small but mighty company that appreciates people who are passionate about what they do and take pride in their achievements. Our employees work hard, but we also foster a friendly and supportive environment.

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Topics: safety, Careers, personal fall protection

SUPERINTENDENT

Posted by Danielle Bosse Jul 6, 2018 4:21:18 PM

GSS is a leader in fall protection services, and we’re excited to announce that we’re growing our company and expanding our staff. We’re a small but mighty company that appreciates people who are passionate about what they do and take pride in their achievements. Our employees work hard, but we also foster a friendly and supportive environment.

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Topics: safety, Careers, personal fall protection

Roof Anchor Requirements: Do You Need Certification?

Posted by Susan Ring May 29, 2018 12:03:05 PM

We’ve all heard the expression, “There’s more than meets the eye.” This holds true for so many things in life ranging from a person’s mild demeanor to a complicated job that seems simple to a layperson. It also holds true for roof anchor points.

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Topics: safety, fall protection, OSHA, personal fall protection, roof, window washing

Window Washing Safety: How To Minimize Your Risks

Posted by Susan Ring May 22, 2018 3:44:55 PM

OSHA regulations require building owners to provide proper fall protection equipment so that commercial window washers can safely do their jobs. Unfortunately, some people don't take these federal regulations seriously, resulting in deadly accidents and injuries when it comes to window washing.

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Topics: safety, OSHA, protection, window washing

Roof Anchors: Your Lifeline to Fall Protection Safety

Posted by Susan Ring May 3, 2018 6:43:11 PM

The latest superhero movies inspire us to be strong, right wrongs, and use amazing super powers. But alas, we are mere mortals and cannot fly like Superman. So when it comes to roof safety, we still need a strong, sturdy fall protection system.

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Topics: safety, fall protection, OSHA, personal fall protection, protection, roof

Railing Rentals for Fall Protection: 7 Things You Need to Know

Posted by Danielle Bosse Apr 16, 2018 2:29:53 PM

Deaths by Falling Are More Common Than You Might Think

According to OSHA, falls are one of the most common causes of work related injuries and deaths. In fact, 90% of fatal falls occur when no fall protection is in place. As a building owner you're required by law to provide a safe workplace that's designed to prevent workers from falling off of roofs and overhead platforms, or into holes or skylights on the roof surface.

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Topics: safety, Services, fall, fall protection, OSHA, personal fall protection, protection, roof, railing rental, guard rails

Choosing a Window Washing Company: What You Should Look For

Posted by Danielle Bosse Mar 28, 2018 12:00:00 AM

It’s window washing time! And it’s time to look to the company that finds a way to get it done, no matter what the situation. Even more importantly, look to the company that truly follows OSHA guidelines.

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Topics: window washing

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