It’s a fact: Construction worksites are dangerous. According to OSHA, one in five deaths among U.S. workers is in the construction industry.
Spring 2022 Regulatory Agenda Released
Twice a year, the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs publishes an agenda that provides the status of and projected dates for all potential regulations
Identifying Hazards in the Workplace
Every year there are about 2.8 million non-fatal workplace accidents with the most common injuries being sprains, strains, and tears; and the highest cause to be overexertion; slips, trips, falls, and contact with objects and equipment.
Protecting New Workers From Heat-Related Illnesses
Illness from exposure to heat is preventable; however, every year thousands become sick from occupational heat exposure.
Fall Prevention Tips
Every year in the U.S. more than 800 construction workers die and nearly 137,000 are seriously injured while on the job.
Fall Prevention Training
Keeping Young Workers Safe on the Job
Employers have the responsibility to provide a safe workplace, no matter what your age is. They must follow all OSHA safety and health standards to prevent injuries and illnesses on the job.
OSHA NEP Focused on Reducing Heat-Related Illness
Heat illness affects thousands of indoor and outdoor workers every year. Often, it can lead to death of a worker. Reducing heat-related illnesses and injuries is a top
Construction Work Zones Worksite Safety
Worksite safety is critical on construction work zones
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, transportation incidents and workers struck by vehicles or mobile equipment account for the highest number of fatal work injuries. Risk of injury is always present.
Reduce Exposure to COVID in the Workplace
Quick recap. In January, the Supreme Court ruled against the Biden administration enforcing its vaccine-or-test requirements for large private companies.