OSHA’s Focus Four: What You Should Know

    In the past few years, OSHA has concentrated efforts around highlighting four specific safety areas where the construction industry can improve its recognition, evaluation, and control. These “Focus Four” area include falls, caught-in or -between, struck by an object, and...

    Tips for Staying Safe on Site During a Thunderstorm

    It’s always important to remember safety best practices when you’re working on the jobsite – and that includes thinking about how to adapt in cases of inclement weather, such as strong winds, heavy rains, and lightning strikes. OSHA provides a...

    Protecting Your Hearing from Job Site Noise

    When you’re working in construction, it’s not uncommon to be around loud noises created by equipment that you or your coworkers may be using. However, there are simple steps you can take now to greatly minimize hearing-related risks down the...

    How to Prevent Summer Job Fatigue

    For many workers, a career in construction can be an energizing experience that requires creative problem-solving and teamwork on a day-to-day basis. However, given the physical nature of construction work and varying project schedules, workers can also be prone to...

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