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9 Ways Construction Workers Can Stay Safe in the Heat

9 Ways Construction Workers Can Stay Safe in the Heat

Editorial Team August 20, 2019 0

According to OSHA, every year, dozens of workers die, and thousands get sick from working in the heat. However, this statistic can change if everyone

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The Dangers of Utility Poles

The Dangers of Utility Poles

Editorial Team August 13, 2019 0

While utility poles are essential for our modern-day conveniences, they can be equally dangerous as they are necessary. With a variety of exposed wires and

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Demolition Processes and Methods

Demolition Processes and Methods

Editorial Team August 6, 2019 Comments Off on Demolition Processes and Methods

OSHA defines demolition as the dismantling, razing, destroying or wrecking of any building or structure or any part thereof. Based on what you see on

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The Difference Between Electricity, Energy, and Power

The Difference Between Electricity, Energy, and Power

Editorial Team July 30, 2019 Comments Off on The Difference Between Electricity, Energy, and Power

We take electricity for granted. We just have to flip a switch or push a button and the light goes on, the TV comes alive,

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How to Properly Dispose of Construction Waste

How to Properly Dispose of Construction Waste

Editorial Team July 23, 2019 Comments Off on How to Properly Dispose of Construction Waste

Unfortunately, you can’t dispose of construction waste the same way as regular trash. There’s no tossing it in a bag and waiting for the city

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Reasons to Wear Safety Glasses at Work

Reasons to Wear Safety Glasses at Work

Editorial Team July 16, 2019 Comments Off on Reasons to Wear Safety Glasses at Work

While safety glasses may be a small piece of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), they should not be forgotten. In fact, almost three out of five

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How to Prevent Eye Injuries in Construction

How to Prevent Eye Injuries in Construction

Editorial Team July 9, 2019 Comments Off on How to Prevent Eye Injuries in Construction

According to the CDC, over 10,600 construction-related eye injuries occur each year. From bruises to blindness, the risk of injuries is significant at a worksite

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What are DOT Drug and Alcohol Testing Requirements?

What are DOT Drug and Alcohol Testing Requirements?

Editorial Team July 2, 2019 Comments Off on What are DOT Drug and Alcohol Testing Requirements?

In 2017, 3.5 million U.S. truck drivers accumulated 297.6 billion miles on the road. Commercial truckers are just one of the crucial jobs that keep

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OSHA Employee Overtime Laws

OSHA Employee Overtime Laws

Editorial Team June 25, 2019 Comments Off on OSHA Employee Overtime Laws

We often hear about labor laws and overtime, and the rights we have as workers when it comes to extended shifts, but do you actually

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How to Prevent Construction Accidents

How to Prevent Construction Accidents

Editorial Team June 18, 2019 Comments Off on How to Prevent Construction Accidents

As we enter June, the United States’ designated National Safety Month, it’s important to highlight ways we can improve safety measures in our daily lives,

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