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Keeping your employees safe is one thing, but staying ahead of the OSHA curve is another. Updates to the OSHA 10-hour and OSHA 30-hour rule can greatly affect your company. If you do not follow up with the latest changes, your workers could be in jeopardy. Even worse, your business could be pena...

Confined Spaces in Construction: What You Need to Know to Stay Safe and in Compliance
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As a construction worker, one of the risks to your occupational safety is a confined space. Any space that is big enough for you to enter, but is difficult to get out of, and not meant for you to stay in is a confined space. This includes—but is not limited to—attics, crawl spaces, sewers, p...

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