Construction sites are naturally noisy places, and all that noise can have adverse effects on your hearing. While this isn’t a surprise to anyone, exposure to loud noises can impact your ability to hear over time. It’s important to protect… Read More
Eye injuries are among the most common types of work-related injuries, with about 1000 injuries occurring each day according to a report from the Electronic Library of Construction Occupational Safety and Health. With the proper eye protection and knowledge, you… Read More
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has recently passed a final ruling to curb the detrimental effects of breathing in silica dust created from cutting and grinding materials like concrete and stone. The targeted inflictions include lung cancer, silicosis, chronic… Read More
If you’re new to our site, then hey! Welcome! We’re glad you stopped by. If you’re a frequent visitor, you may have noticed a few small changes in the past week or so. And by “a few small changes,” we… Read More
This week, May 2-6, marks the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) third annual National Safety Stand-Down to bring awareness to the risks and dangers of falls in construction. Falls on-site continue to be a leading cause of death for… Read More
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