OSHA’s New Silica Dust Standard

OSHA recently issued a new ruling and standard for silica dust in the construction industry. The new rules require employers to reduce the amount of “respirable crystalline silica.” In order to do this, contractors will need to use water, ventilation,… Continue Reading

Staying Cool In Construction

Staying cool on construction sites in the summer months can be difficult. Prolonged exposure to the heat can lead to heat stress and illness if proper safety precautions are not taken. Heat illnesses can include anything from a small heat… Continue Reading

UNRAVELING HIGH VISIBILITY CLOTHING

High visibility safety apparel isn’t black and white (no pun intended). The fluorescent yellow-green and orange-red clothing is not “one size fits all” in terms of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) requirements. There are standards in place that differ depending on… Continue Reading

Creating a Culture of Safety

In a high-hazard industry like construction, workplace safety is an ongoing concern. Every company wants to achieve zero injury status and every employee wants to return home safely to their families everyday. Most construction companies likely already have some form… Continue Reading

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