At Edison Landscape & Deck Lighting, we know that Mother Nature doesn’t always cooperate with our outdoor work plans. When springtime rain showers descend upon us, we see it as an opportunity to prioritize safety and ensure that our team is well-prepared for any conditions.

Reviewing Safe Tool Operation:

Rainy weather can present unique challenges when working outdoors, especially when it comes to operating power tools and equipment. That’s why our team takes this time to review and reinforce safe tool operation practices. From using cordless tools to avoiding slippery surfaces, we prioritize safety at every step of the way.

1. Cordless Tools and Equipment:

In wet conditions, cordless tools are often the safest option to avoid electrical hazards. We ensure that all our team members have access to fully charged batteries and understand how to safely operate cordless equipment.

2. Proper Grip and Footing:

Rain can create slippery surfaces, increasing the risk of accidents and injuries. We remind our team members to maintain proper grip and footing at all times, using non-slip footwear and taking extra caution when navigating wet terrain.

3. Protective Gear and Clothing:

Staying dry and comfortable is essential for maintaining focus and productivity during rainy weather. We provide our team with high-quality rain gear and waterproof clothing to keep them protected while on the job.

4. Tool Maintenance and Inspection:

Regular maintenance and inspection of tools are crucial for ensuring safe operation, rain or shine. During rainy days, we take the opportunity to inspect our equipment for any signs of wear or damage and address any issues promptly.

At Edison Landscape & Deck Lighting, the safety of our employees is our top priority, rain or shine. By taking the time to review safe tool operation practices during springtime rain showers, we ensure that our team is equipped to handle whatever challenges come their way. When you choose us for your outdoor lighting needs, you can trust that we’ll always put safety first.