New Year, New Safety Requirements for NYC Construction Workers

    It’s a new year and that means new safety requirements for construction workers in New York City. As you may know, Local Law 196 required construction workers to have their 30 hours of OSHA training completed by December 1, 2019....

    Noise Protection: What You Need to Know

    According to a study from the Center for Construction Research and Training, thousands of construction workers every year experience hearing loss from noise exposure on the worksite. The same study notes that while OSHA has listed the official “permissible exposure...

    Respiratory Protection: What You Need to Know

    Working in the construction industry means you are constantly exposed to – and at risk of inhaling – potentially dangerous substances, such as gases, dusts, mists, and fumes. It’s important to protect yourself against respiratory hazards, as they can adversely...

    How to Build Up Your Certifications and Advance Your Career

    If you’ve been working in the construction field for a year or two, you may be wondering about your next career move. Additional trainings and certifications can help your resume stand out and shows employers that you are committed to...

    The Do’s and Don’ts of Construction During the Colder Months

    Working in construction is already one of the more dangerous professions and adding freezing temperatures only adds to the long lists of things workers have to worry about. Freezing temperatures will make tools and worksites hazardous as well increase the...

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