Richard T. Kreh
A safe worker is a productive and profitable one
for their employer as well as their self.
With a focus on accident prevention, Safety
for Masons, 2nd Edition is a valuable resource that demonstrates
safety practices important for a masonry career.
This book is organized in a systematic
progressive order that will walk you through job safety situations
as you will most likely come in contact with them in learning the
- OSHA Regulations are covered throughout
- Units have been updated to include new
practices, materials, and safety equipment
Unit 1. A Clean and Safe Shop Environment.
Unit 2. Personal Protection Clothing and Equipment (PPE).
Unit 3. Handling and Storage of Materials.
Unit 4. Masonry Hand Tool Safety.
Unit 5. Power Tools and Equipment Safety.
Unit 6. Scaffolding and Ladder Safety.
Unit 7. Hazards and Specific Safety Risks.
Appendix: Safety Guidelines.
Glossary of Masonry Terms.
Richard T. Kreh Sr. is a retired instructor from Linganore
High School near Frederick, MD, and a well-known masonry expert in
the field. He has written for Taunton Press, Masonry Construction
Magazine, in addition to several Thomson Delmar Learning titles,
including "Safety for Masons" and others
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