Jeff Dutton

Risk Control Consultant Jeff joined the Hausmann-Johnson safety team in 2020 and brings a wealth of experience in construction and manufacturing safety to his role. Prior to joining HJI, he was the Safety Director for H&H Group Holdings in Madison. Jeff’s passion for safety is tangible, and he likes to think outside the box to help clients develop strategic safety programs and keep their employees safe. Jeff has been affiliated with Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) of Wisconsin since 2005. He has been an active member of the ABC Safety Committee for 14 years, served on the Apprenticeship Advisory Committee for 10 years, and was appointed to the ABC Board of Directors for a three year term. He was also a member of the ABC National Diversity Committee. Additionally, Jeff has been a member of the Associated General Contractors (AGC) Safety Committee for the past four years. Jeff attended Keene State College in Keene, NH, Franklin Pierce University in Rindge, NH, and New England College in Henniker, NH. He is a fanatical cook and especially loves smoking meats and improving on the flavor of his creations. If he’s not cooking, he’s most likely out golfing or hunting on the weekends. Jeff is also an avid volunteer with organizations such as the Joe Butcher Blues Fest, Second Harvest Foodbank, Ronald McDonald House, Salvation Army, and Agrace.
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Dane County Emergency Order #8

Author: Jeff Dutton

Category: COVID-19

Due to the uptick in the number of COVID-19 cases, Dane County, Wisconsin has rolled out Emergency Order #8 which goes into effect on Monday, July 13, 2020.  Along with the practice of social distancing, the following measures should be followed in reference to face coverings:

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The Risks and Dangers of Heat Exposure

It's official everyone! Even with all of the COVID-19 pandemic activities (or lack thereof), even with the practicing of social distancing, and even with the wearing of masks - summer has finally arrived! Though there has been a lot happening across our country, summer could simply not be..

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How to Handle a COVID-19 Exposure on the Jobsite

A construction site is a fluid place where things not only change day-to-day, but minute-to-minute. All the precautions that you can possibly take to protect workers has been executed to the best of your abilities. But, then it happens! Someone at the site has been exposed to or has the symptoms..

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OSHA Guidance Allows Alternatives in Light of N95 Shortage Due to Coronavirus

On April 3, 2020, OSHA issued enforcement guidance that temporarily permits extending and reusing respirators, as well as other alternatives. It also clarifies when respirators, including N95 masks, may continue to be used generally and in the health care setting. Below is an outline and summary..

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New Beginnings

Conventional wisdom would dictate me to write something about safety involving COVID-19. Although providing those resources is important, I wanted to write about something equally as important, although perhaps more unorthodox for the safety guy: I want to talk about New Beginnings.

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COVID-19 Response Plan

By implementing a COVID-19 Response Plan, an “essential” company pledges to dedicating resources immediately to identify and mitigate situations in the workplace which may introduce, expose or spread COVID-19. Each company’s written plan, unique to the operations under its control, will document..

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