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Maureen Davis

Maureen Davis
Maureen has over 20 years of experience in Occupational and Public Safety and Health in the environmental and construction industries. As Health & Safety Manager, Maureen’s primary responsibility is to provide effective leadership focused on compliance with all Federal, State and local health and safety regulations. At HCR, she has been instrumental in the development and implementation of strategies, training programs and various ways to ensure compliance with best safety practices. She is truly passionate in fostering the safety of others whether at work, home or in the general public.
 
 

Recent Posts

What Is the Importance of PPE

August 24, 2017 | Maureen Davis Topics: Health & Safety

Employers have a responsibility to provide employees with a safe and healthy workplace. Part of fulfilling that requirement entails supplying personal protective equipment (PPE). PPE is equipment that can help protect you against health and safety hazards at work. Read More

How to be Prepared for a Severe Weather Event

June 13, 2017 | Maureen Davis Topics: Health & Safety, Storm Safety

 During the event of any weather-related watch or warning, the health and safety of our employees is a primary concern. However, before any watch or warning takes place, at HCR, we emphasize the importance of being prepared before any storm season begins. Because the unexpected can happen in the ... Read More

How Can You Avoid These Post-Hurricane Dangers?

October 18, 2016 | Maureen Davis Topics: Health & Safety, Storm Safety

Very few people enter the hospital during a major storm like Hurricane Matthew. After the storm, however, the floodgates tend to open. Many potentially fatal injuries can occur during the after effects of a hurricane. In fact, several deaths were reported in Volusia and Orange Counties as a result ... Read More

How HCR’s “Nobody Gets Hurt” Policy Works

October 13, 2016 | Maureen Davis Topics: Health & Safety

HCR is committed to conducting business in a manner that protects the health and safety of employees, as well as the environment, others involved in its operations, its customers, and the public. This commitment requires compliance with all applicable laws and regulations; facilities that are ... Read More

Best Practices of Leading Indicators

August 30, 2016 | Maureen Davis Topics: Health & Safety

If you are waiting for an incident to occur before making a change, it is already too late. Leading indicators are safety metrics that companies can use to recognize and abate hazards before they experience a loss. By measuring the possibility of an incident occurring, companies can take steps to ... Read More

Why Your Company Should Start Using Leading Indicators Today

August 25, 2016 | Maureen Davis Topics: Health & Safety

Historically speaking, past safety metrics were mostly considered when reacting to an event than preventing the event in the first place. However, this system was limited in it’s ability to achieve zero losses. Many organizations are now favoring what are are called “leading indicators” over ... Read More

3 Leading Indicators Your Organization Should Implement Today

August 9, 2016 | Maureen Davis Topics: Health & Safety

Our early safety metrics were mostly reactive rather than proactive. By this, I mean that we were correcting hazards after an incident had occurred. The problem with this system is that its effectiveness is limited in the prevention of all incidents. Truth is, we were so focused on preventing a ... Read More

Safety Tips: Working in Extreme Heat

July 12, 2016 | Maureen Davis Topics: Health & Safety, Field Work

As we enter the heart of the summer season in Florida, temperatures begin to peak and reach potentially dangerous heights for outdoor workers. If you are one of those sweating your way through the work week, you should be aware of the numerous health risks associated with extreme heat and how to ... Read More

Chemical Exposure at Homestead Air Reserve Base

June 21, 2016 | Maureen Davis Topics: Health & Safety

Recently, twelve airmen from the Homestead Air Reserve Base were taken to the hospital after possible exposure to the highly toxic chemical Hydrazine. Read More

Hurricane Preparedness Week: 5 Tips to Stay Safe

May 19, 2016 | Maureen Davis Topics: Health & Safety, Storm Safety

With hurricane season quickly approaching, HCR would like to take this opportunity to remind our readers, clients and friends how to prepare and stay safe during a hurricane. The unexpected can happen in the blink of an eye, so it is important to be prepared and have a plan. Tropical cyclones are ... Read More