MCD Newsletter 10-22-19
Updated: Mar 12
BABY DIXON HAS ARRIVED!
A big congratulations to the Dixon family! Last week Jeff and Amanda welcomed baby Reagan to the world! Bug Tom if you have any questions about one of Jeff’s jobs so we can let him have some time with his family!
"HAPPINESS IS THE RICHEST THING WE WILL EVER OWN."
STORY TIME: THAT'S NOT MY JOB
This is a story about four people named Everybody, Somebody, Anybody, and Nobody. There was an important job to do and Everybody was asked to do it. Everybody was sure Somebody would do it. Anybody could have done it, but Nobody did it. Somebody got angry because it was Everybody’s job. Everybody thought Anybody would do it, but Nobody realized that Everybody wouldn’t do it. It ended up that Everybody blamed Somebody when Nobody did what Anybody could have done.
TOOLBOX TIP: EYE PROTECTION
ARTICLE BY ERNwest
Every year, nearly 8,000 construction employees suffer from serious eye injuries. Some of these injuries cause permanent blindness, forever changing their lives. Oddly enough, many of those injuries occur while eye protection is being worn. Let’s take a look at how eye injuries can occur on-site even while wearing eye protection.
- Glasses being worn improperly; if your glasses become too dirty or foggy,
do not slide them down your nose so you can see over the top. Replace them
- Indirectly looking at your work; unless you are wearing goggles...there are
still openings on your classes wear debris can enter the eye. Bend your neck
and look directly at your work.
- When operating a screw gun just above the ground, the gun is often turned
sideways...the vent from the gun will likely blow dust or metal shavings from
the ground into your eye.
- Use caution when lifting objects overhead; debris can easily fall off the
object into your eyes.
Be careful out there and think about what safety procedures you should follow before you begin your work!
Check it out team! MCD made the Puget Sound Business Journal’s top 100 Fastest Growing Private Companies list for 2019. Our actual ranking along with some statistics will be revealed this Friday, Oct. 25th at a PSBJ event!
FEATURED PROJECT: EAST MERCER SPEC HOME
Project Manager: Kent
Interior Designer: Aliyah