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This Women in Construction Week, TDIndustries spoke with safety, health and environmental coordinator Kyla Hall. She joined TD this year after interning during summer 2022. Hall and her fellow college interns researched environmental, social and governance (ESG) initiatives for TD. One...
In the Southwest where TDIndustries works, checking the weather for dangerous heat and humidity forecasts are already a part of our daily routines. This year we observe National Heat Safety Awareness Day on May 28 or #NoFryDay. Yet understanding how to prevent heat-related illness and recognizing...
TD embraces the Safety Week 2021 objective to "Be Present, Be Focused, and Be Safe" on and off job sites, with messaging and trainings scheduled throughout the week. TD’s Director of Safety and 12+ year Partner, Jamie Dabbs, offers insights into what safety means at TD and how TD has grown to...
DALLAS - (May 3, 2021) – TDIndustries, Inc (TD) embraces the Safety Week 2021 objective to “Be Present, Be Focused, and Be Safe" on and off job sites. TD’s safety culture is recognized industrywide for its innovative use of technology and best practices to keep Partners safe in the field and in...
Lyndsay Holcomb, a Dallas plumbing apprentice, was recently walking to a job site when she witnessed a serious vehicle accident. One car had flipped and was resting on its roof and another showing front-end damage. She quickly jumped into action, acting on instincts from her military training, TD...
Global expert talks to TDIndustries about facility health recommendations, WELL Building Standard
With the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic firmly entrenched in our minds, many employees and customers are a little more wary about entering a place of business. Does the company practice social...
Spring is in the air, school breaks have been extended, and more people are teleworking. While this is unforeseen downtime is a challenge for your company, it offers an opportunity for facility managers to evaluate indoor air quality and get ahead on spring maintenance and service needs.
We all recognize the strenuous situations that firefighters face when suppressing fires. Thankfully, many cities around the nation are updating codes to require FARS, Firefighter Air-Replenishment Systems.
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