5 Quick Tips for Your First Day of Work

    The first day on the job for construction workers can be intimidating, especially for someone brand new to the industry. As the saying goes, you only have the chance to make a first impression once, and, of course, you want...

    Ladder Safety 101

    One of the largest injury risks in construction is falls from elevated surfaces. While there are many surfaces that pose fall risk, ladders are particularly dangerous. In fact, the OSHA construction standard for ladders (1926.1053) has time and again been ranked as the third most...

    FDNY Certifications: What You Need to Know

    Building up your skills and credentials is key to elevating your standing with your employer. When you complete additional trainings and secure new certifications, it allows you to take on more responsibility on the job site – and, as an...

    Reminders for Safely Working with Hand and Power Tools

    Given the routine use of hand and power tools on site, it can be difficult to remember that they are also very dangerous – especially if used incorrectly. Both hand and power tools carry the risk of falling, flaying, abrasive,...

    Safety 101: OSHA’s Guide to Electrical Safety

    Electrical safety practices are a key part of OSHA’s training curriculum. With a high number of potential hazards on the worksite, OSHA’s standards provide a comprehensive guide to keeping employees safe from electric shock, electrocution, fires, explosions, and other risks....

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