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Construction Fatalities Up in 2018, Fatality Rate Unchanged

Construction Fatalities Up in 2018, Fatality Rate Unchanged

Construction deaths on the job rose about 4% in 2018 but the industry’s fatality rate remained level, the Bureau of Labor Statistics has reported.

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OSHA Reporting Requirements Update

OSHA Reporting Requirements Update

Employers who electronically submit OSHA Form 300A must provide an Employer Identification Number as of Jan. 2, 2020.

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OSHA announces it will no longer accept crane operator certifications awarded by Crane Institute Certification

OSHA announces it will no longer accept crane operator certifications awarded by Crane Institute Certification

The association announced it won’t accept certifications, including recertifications, issued on or after Dec. 2.

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NDA's Steve Schwartz Presents at Eggs with OSHA

NDA's Steve Schwartz Presents at Eggs with OSHA

NDA would like to thank NDA Director at Large Steve Schwartz of Haines and Kibblehouse for presenting at "Eggs with OSHA”

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You Can't Put a Price on Safety, but Do It Anyway

You Can't Put a Price on Safety, but Do It Anyway

Investing in safety is the best financial decision a company can make.

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OSHA Enforcement and Compliance Increases in 2019 To Keep America’s Workforce Safe

OSHA Enforcement and Compliance Increases in 2019 To Keep America’s Workforce Safe

OSHA Enforcement and Compliance Increases in 2019 To Keep America’s Workforce Safe

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OSHA Proposals for Forklifts, Walking-Working Surfaces in New Labor Agenda

OSHA Proposals for Forklifts, Walking-Working Surfaces in New Labor Agenda

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) plans to issue a pair of proposals in the new year to update its forklift and walking-working surfaces rules, according to the Department of Labor’s new regulatory agenda.

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Excelling at Safety Means Making Mental Health a Priority

Excelling at Safety Means Making Mental Health a Priority

38 percent of construction workers in the U.S. were between the ages of 45 and 64 in 2018. This coincides with the statistic that in 2017, the highest rate of suicide was among males between the ages of 45 and 54, according to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.

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BLS releases injury and illness data on construction industry

BLS releases injury and illness data on construction industry

The data shows that construction occupations once again have higher incidences of injury and illness.

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Erith reaches for remote…

Erith reaches for remote…

UK contractor pioneers use of remotely-controlled equipment.

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