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Construction Site Safety

From the complexity of constructing car wash buildings to the simplicity of building prefabricated metal canopies, it’s important to stay safe. Even the most experienced construction worker can be a victim of unsafe practices, so stay vigilant. 278 more words

Car Wash Buildings

Staying Safe While Working Construction

Accidents on construction sites can be catastrophic. Therefore, it’s crucial to have at least a basic understanding of safety practices, so you and others stay injury-free. 352 more words

Car Wash Buildings

Construction Site Safety Tips

A construction zone is a dangerous place for any person to be. Moving vehicles, power tools, and people moving from here to there. It doesn’t matter if you are building… 272 more words

Car Wash Buildings

The challenges of heat-related illnesses and how technology can help

Steamy summer weather combined with intense physical labor can be a recipe for disaster. It can threaten the health of workers, impair their work capacity and productivity, and lead to OSHA fines and even intentional tort cases, when not properly managed. 666 more words

RISK -SAFETY -MANAGEMENT IN HIGH--RISE BUILDING

Accidents may happen during the course of construction of a building. The reasons for accidents seem to have more in common than different…

Quite often accidents occur during construction of buildings. 939 more words

Tips on Occupational Safety and Health Administration

Source: Tips on Occupational Safety and Health Administration

Construction safety is everyone’s responsibility. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has numerous regulations to assist residential construction employers and employees in providing safe and healthful workplaces. 872 more words

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Plenty of jobs, plenty of danger

New workers should know that falls account for one-third of U.S. construction fatalities.

With construction jobs mushrooming across the country safety is becoming a big problem. 10 more words

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