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OSHA, CCO, NCCCO Foundation Partner to Reduce Risks for Workers

The construction crane industry is shoring up safety efforts to prevent accidents like those that have brought negative visibility to the market sector in the past few years. CCO and the NCCCO Foundation have formed an alliance with OSHA to keep the industry informed about OSHA's safety initiatives....

OSHA Violations On Rise This Year, Fall Protection Tops List

For 13 years running now, fall protection has hamstrung contractors and their safety directors. During that time, it has become OSHA's most frequently cited infraction. It remains the most cited this year....

OSHA Announces Switch From Traditional Hard Hats to Safety Helmets

The U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration announced that the agency is replacing traditional hard hats used by its employees with more modern safety helmets to protect them better when they are on inspection sites....

CCO, NCCCO Foundation Enter Alliance With OSHA

On Nov. 16, 2023, CCO and the NCCCO Foundation entered into a formal agreement with the federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) through the OSHA Alliance Program. The aim of this alliance is to keep the industry informed of OSHA's applicable safety-related initiatives....

Using Illuminating Strategies for Improved Jobsite Safety

Optimal lighting is crucial to a hazard-free and efficient construction site. The right lighting not only keeps workers safe, but it can streamline workflow, which saves on construction cost and time. In planning for the proper lighting of a job site, the best place to start is an assessment of your working conditions to set a baseline....

Illinois Land Improvement Contractors Association Hosts OSHA Trench Safety Training

The Illinois Land Improvement Contractors Association (ILICA) invites contractors and operators to an OSHA Trench Safety Competent Person Certification training on the campus of Illinois Central College (ICC) in East Peoria, Ill., on Aug....

Industry On a Mission to Protect Pavement, Trench Workers

The DOL and OSHA are laser-focused on highway worker safety this construction season. The deaths of six Maryland highway workers on the job recently prompted demands that the feds realize workers, too, are vulnerable road users....

Playing Nice With OSHA: How to Avoid Fines for Jobsite Violations

The Department of Labor opened the year with an increase in the cost of penalties for employer violations. This means not only the federal Mine Safety and Health Administration, but the Employee Benefits Security Administration, Wage and Hour Division and Office of Workers' Compensation Programs are all under the fee-hike umbrella....

Dallas, Fort Worth OSHA Offices, BBB to Educate Builders

OSHA's Dallas and Fort Worth area offices and the Better Business Bureau have signed an alliance to educate employers and employees on workplace hazards. The alliance's partners will provide information, guidance and training resources to construction and general industry employers to help protect the safety and health of workers....

Tower Crane Emergencies Require Level-Headed Action Plan

Safety is key when any crane is on a job site, but a tower crane requires safety managers to have a rescue plan in place. A medical emergency can occur any time on the job, even to a crane operator in a tower crane cab....

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