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City Council Gives Us An Update On The Hard Rock Collapse

City Council Gives Us An Update On The Hard Rock Collapse

Councilmember Jason Williams joins Tommy to talk about the latest details on the collapse. What is the city doing to move forward with the progress of the deconstruction?

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Lack of high-rise demolition skills comes to light

Lack of high-rise demolition skills comes to light

With the initiation of the demolition work of the BGMEA building from yesterday, the topic of an efficient building demolition technique has again come to the fore.

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OSHA Raises Its Civil Penalties for 2020 by Nearly 2%

OSHA Raises Its Civil Penalties for 2020 by Nearly 2%

On January 15, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) raised its civil penalties (85 Fed. Reg. 2,292) by approximately 1.8%.

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Free Webinar on Electrical Safety

Free Webinar on Electrical Safety

OSHA Region 6 and OSHA Education Centers in Louisiana, Oklahoma, and Texas, are offering a free video on electrical safety. 

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What to Expect from OSHA in 2020

What to Expect from OSHA in 2020

Proposed rulemakings and initiatives stand out on the agency’s agenda.

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Demolition workers must be better protected in 2020, says Unite

Demolition workers must be better protected in 2020, says Unite

Construction union, Unite, has said 2020 must bring safety improvements for demolition workers after a rise in deaths and major accidents in 2019.

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Now is a great time to review safety and health programs with workers

Now is a great time to review safety and health programs with workers

Visit OSHA's website for recommended practices for safety and health programs.

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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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