Posts Tagged 'OSHA'

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Curbing Respirable Crystalline Silica: What to Expect

Monitoring must be done in a way that does not impact workers’ comfort or productivity. With the progress in data capture and reporting technology, solutions are available that enable full remote monitoring.

Four Tips to Make Sure Drones Don’t Leave You High and Dry

A decent amount of red tape comes with the adoption of drones in the workplace, so here is what construction owners and contractors can do to avoid putting their companies and crews at risk.

The Future Is Now for Digital Project Management and Compliance Processes

Daily reporting and monitoring software can help firms cut costs, reduce the possibility of litigation and eliminate time-consuming travel from site to site.

Gauging the Impact of OSHA's Crane Operator Requirements

In this spotlight on crane safety, Construction Executive interviewed Hank Dutton, Travelers’ senior technical specialist for construction and risk control, on the impact of OSHA’s new certification requirements for crane operators.

OSHA and DOJ Double-Team Employers

On Dec. 17, 2015, OSHA and the Department of Justice (DOJ) agreed to “double team” employers to investigate and prosecute worker endangerment violations. While the agencies have worked together in the past, this is now a formal arrangement that employers should be very concerned about. While facing OSHA is bad enough, it’s a walk in the park compared to tangling with the DOJ. 

Coalition Calls for OSHA to Withdraw Proposed Silica Rule

A new report issued by the Construction Industry Safety Coalition found that OSHA’s proposed standards for respirable crystalline silica will cost the industry $5 billion per year—nearly $4.5 billion above the estimates agency officials indicated in September 2013, when they outlined a new permissible exposure limit for construction and general industry workplaces.

OSHA Proposes Rule on Tracking Injury and Illness Data

Under a recently proposed rule, companies with 250 or more employees would be required to submit injury and illness records to OSHA on a quarterly basis.

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Industry Changes Push AEC Firms Toward Proactive Recruitment
When it comes to recruitment, the AEC industry is grappling with an already...

Gauging the Swing of the Republican Pendulum
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Q: What does it mean for your company to be employee-owned?
Employee ownership allows Choate to share long-term success with our employees...

Service Above Self
Two years ago, Gary Neal—an engineer and project manager with MEC Contractors...

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