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Construction Fatalities Increase 4 Percent, According to BLS

American companies reported more than 4,800 fatal work injuries in 2015, according to the latest data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Approximately 927 of these incidents occurred on construction sites, representing an increase of 4 percent over statistics collected in 2014. 471 more words


Honolulu CC students place 2nd at Nat'l Home Builders Show

Congratulations to Honolulu Community College Team 1 & Team 2 for placing 2nd and 10th at the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) International Builders Show in the Associate Programs category at the International Residential Construction Management Competition in Orlando, Florida last week. 369 more words

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A Look Back on Our Most-Read AEC Articles of 2016

Did You Miss These?

Stories on preventing OSHA violations, the growing liquefied natural gas market, predicting eLearning effectiveness and engineering trends topped our list of popular RedVector newsletter articles in 2016. 45 more words


Course Author Spotlight: Alfredo Cely

Alfredo Cely, P.E., MSEM, is a Civil Engineer who has managed Transportation, Land Development, Water Resources and Aviation projects from planning to construction phases for the past 14 years. 218 more words


New Professional Development Training: Suspicion of Drugs or Alcohol

RedVector is happy to announce two new professional development courses comprised of 2.5 hours of mobile-ready content!

Reasonable Suspicion of Drugs for Supervisors

This course is designed to help managers, supervisors and human resource professionals understand the legal and practical issues associated with testing employees for drug use. 105 more words


New Courses for Mechanical Engineers - HVAC

RedVector is excited to announce two mobile-ready courses authored by Jim Taube.  Jim is a registered Professional Engineer and a Certified Energy Manager and Auditor. 169 more words


New Sexual Harassment Prevention Training

RedVector is happy to announce the launch of two Sexual Harassment Prevention courses.  These courses have been updated based on the latest changes in California law, to include definitions relating to gender discrimination.  296 more words