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A new comprehensive study "Build a Better South: Construction Working Conditions in the U.S. South" uncovers the precarious working conditions faced by many southern construction workers and calls for immediate action to protect workers.
The Safety and Health Achievement Recognition Program (SHARP) is designed to provide incentives and support to employers to develop, implement and continuously improve effective safety...
For the second time since 2014, OSHA has proposed for a further one-year extension (to November 2018) crane operator certification requirements.
The death of a construction worker in Webster, NH has prompted an investigation by OSHA, which is looking into three other construction-related fatalities in recent months.
Heat acclimatization is important in keeping yourself and employees safe as temperatures rise. This natural adaptation to the heat takes time and requires careful planning.
According to the Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries Summary, 2015: A total of 4,836 fatal work injuries were recorded in the United States in 2015, a slight increase from 2014.