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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....


AMH Calls for Improved Safety in Non-Standard Lifts

More work is needed to ensure that non-standard lifts are carried out safely, according to a leading expert. All Material Handling (AMH) believes that too many non-traditional lifts are still taking place using the wrong hoist rings and eyebolts, creating unnecessary safety risks....


Keeping Road Workers Alive: FHWA's Proposed Work Zone Rule Changes Get Mixed Response From Industry

FHWA and the road construction industry agree on one thing: The safety of crews in work zones is a priority. Ramped-up construction means the risk to highway workers is as great or greater this year than last....


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....


AGC of California Honors 2023 Construction Excellence

Associated General Contractors (AGC) of California announced the winners of the prestigious 36th Annual Construction Safety Excellence Awards (CSEA) during the 2023 CONSTRUCT Annual Conference, presented by Autodesk Construction Cloud on Wednesday, Oct....


University of Missouri Opens Its New Work Zone Safety Center of Excellence

The college of engineering at the University of Missouri recently established the Missouri Work Zone Safety Center of Excellence or "MOWZES" to develop behavioral, educational, engineering and technology solutions to achieve zero fatalities and serious injuries in highway work zones....


Clayco Improves Worker Safety With New STUDSON Type II Safety Helmet

Clayco workers will be safer on the job due to a new partnership with STUDSON to bring a first-of-its-kind safety helmet to its employees across North America. The new protective gear from North American safety helmet innovator STUDSON provides better protection than standard hard hats for employees of Clayco, the full-service, turnkey real estate, architecture, engineering, design-build and construction firm, the company said....


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....


Portable Generator Manufacturers' Association Unveils Safety Program Geared Toward Kids

Portable generators can be life-saving sources of power in times of emergency. Unfortunately, when used improperly, they also can be deadly. It's never too early to start educating people about the safe, proper use of these tools, which is why the Portable Generator Manufacturers' Association (PGMA) is releasing a portable generator safety curriculum, "Generate Safety," designed for school-aged children....


Volvo Trucks Customer Center Triples Demonstration Track Size

The Volvo Trucks Customer Center completed significant structural upgrades to the facility's customer experience track in Dublin, Va., tripling the size of the 3-mi. custom-designed course, including two super-elevations demonstrating radius and grade change, as well as extending the track to include a one-mile straightaway, offering customers a fully immersive driving experience....






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