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Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is a federal organization (part of the Department of Labor) that ensures safe and healthy working conditions for Americans by enforcing standards and providing workplace safety training.

Creating Safer Jobsites — Hilti Addresses OSHA Respirable Crystalline Silica Standard for Construction

Creating Safer Jobsites — Hilti Addresses OSHA Respirable Crystalline Silica Standard for Construction

Plano, TX. – Through education and product innovation, Hilti is supporting customers as they develop and implement compliancy plans for the new Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) §1926.1153 Respirable Crystalline Silica (RCS) Standard for construction.

Because of Hilti’s commitment to helping contractors provide a safe working environment, the company has scheduled a

Safety: Why Game-Based Learning Is Effective

Safety: Why Game-Based Learning Is Effective

If you have ever played cards or board games with family or friends, you know how engaging, entertaining, and memorable such games can be. Games such as Trivial Pursuit or other knowledge-based contests can be educational as well-in fact, even more educational precisely because you’re having fun. If you apply

Back to Basics

Keeping the integrity of a water conveyance system is critical, says John Kurdziel, director of Technical Services and Market Development for Advanced Drainage Systems (ADS). “You put a lot of money into treating the water,” he says. “The last thing you want to do is lose it.” An aging underground

Shoring and Shielding for Success

Quick. If you’re a contractor who requires employees to work in excavations, what are the only two situations in which OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) will give you a pass on providing cave-in protection? The answer is: 1) If the excavation is made in “stable rock” (which OSHA defines

Trenching Fatalities Continue to Increase

Efficiency Production’s Aluminum Build-A-Box can be easily assembled in many configurations.In January 2003, two construction workers, brothers aged 15 and 16 years, died when the trench in which they were working collapsed. The laborers were installing conduit in a trench 8 feet deep and 2 feet wide, reports the Morbidity

When OSHA Becomes Your Partner

Instead of always being the industry’s police force, these days the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) wants to form partnerships with contractors and their associations. To do so, it has begun setting up OSHA Strategic Partnership Programs (OSPP) with a number of state and local construction trade associations around

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