Do a Walk Through
Each day when you arrive on site, take a brief walk around to assess and identify any hazards or dangers and report them to your supervisor.
Provide Proper Training
Be sure that all employees have been trained and certified to do the job at hand. General training on proper apparel, safety procedures, and how to avoid injuries on the job should also be a priority.
Be sure all equipment is up to spec and in good working order. Make sure moving parts are well oiled and maintained, and be vigilant of abnormal noises or functions from your equipment.
Be sure you and your entire crew are following all recommendations and regulations from health and safety inspectors and your job site is up to all OSHA standards at all times.
Always wear harnesses and protective equipment when needed. Keep first aid kits close to be prepared for an emergency.