Tag: Construction Safety
A pilot started at a RLG construction site is evaluating the potential to prevent job site incidents and accidents for other customers.
These three issues are among the timely topics the National Fire Protection Association has addressed recently, with a virtual event on June 22 to delve deeper.
Sponsored by the Electrical Safety Foundation International (ESFI), this year's theme for the annual campaign is “Connected to Safety,” focused on emerging technology.
Are you emphasizing a culture of safety during construction, alteration, and demolition projects?
The LEANSAFE Ladder can safely be leaned against walls, corners, studs, or a pole.
On September 23, the U.S. Department of Labor will begin enforcing its reduction in the amount of silica that construction workers can be exposed to in a workday.
Spot-r is a wearable sensor with IoT-enabled technology that powers construction site connectivity and helps to improve worker safety.
Focused on making jobsites safer and more productive, a new construction technology system launches with a patented WiFi network.
In its survey of 14 industries, the National Safety Council found 58% of Americans working in construction thinks safety takes a backseat to productivity.
The Case Light CLU10K is a portable work and mobile scene light. It offers construction crews the flexibility to extend working hours and work safely in dark places, without power cords.
Protect areas of your facility that are not involved in a construction project from construction dust with this kit that creates a dust barrier up to 16' wide.
This portable unit from ITW BuildClean is designed to prevent construction dust from disturbing the health and comfort of facility occupants.
It is important for facility managers to ensure their contractors are educated on the organization's on-site policies and safety procedures.
OSHA’s Advisory Committee on Construction Safety and Health is accepting nominations for six new members to serve on the 15-member committee.
Cesar Mendoza, d.b.a. KI Management cited by US Labor Department’s OSHA for wall collapse, fall hazards at construction work site; faces more than $190,000 in proposed fines.
The national campaign focuses on providing prevention information and training materials on three major types of falls — those from roofs, ladders, and scaffolds.
The city's Department of Buildings inspectors can now take a virtual tour of how a new building or major renovation will be constructed.
The committee advises the Secretary of Labor on developing standards and policies that affect the safety and health of construction workers.
AIHA urged both President Obama and Labor Secretary Solis to ensure that the new jobs created by the stimulus package had adequate workplace protections.