May 27, 2022
Building Safety Month takes place in May every year and is internationally recognized for raising awareness in keeping buildings safe.
This initiative unites industries, associations, academia, and government under a common goal to protect the public by creating a safe and resilient environment. Our primary focus as the Plant Operations Team at Carriage Court Senior Living Hilliard, OH is keeping our residents, visitors, and staff safe.
Many tasks are performed to safeguard our community. We use wet floor signs in any area being mopped. Electrical breakers are tagged out anytime there is work being done on electrical components. The team always wears safety glasses anytime they are cutting or doing drywall repairs.
As Plant Operations Director I am responsible for building maintenance and the safety of residents and staff. I’m proud of how well the housekeepers use their PPE and proper signage while cleaning. It’s very important that the Plant Operations Director keeps a high standard of safety in the community.
I also practice building safety at home by tagging out electrical breakers when working on electrical, wearing proper PPE while doing projects, and checking operation of my smoke detectors.
Carriage Court Senior Living in Hilliard, Ohio offers assisted living and memory care with a variety of services and a range of floor plan options. Amenities include restaurant dining, concierge service, housekeeping, events and entertainment, personal care, transportation services, and more. Located in a quiet neighborhood just off Main Street and Scioto Darby Road with convenient access to major shopping centers, Heritage Golf Club, and Highway 70 and Highway 270.
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