In December 2018 ANSI released new standards for aerial lifts, now referred to as Mobile Elevating Work Platforms (MEWPs).
Although construction is traditionally considered a male-dominated industry, it is becoming more diverse with more women joining the workforce.
A new toolkit released by the National Safety Council (NSC) is aimed at addressing opioid safety in the workplace.
The U.S. Department of Labor invites interested parties to attend a discussion on leading indicators for occupational safety and health programs.
One of the most vexing problems in home construction is that productivity isn’t rising fast enough – even though there are fabulous productivity tools everywhere you look.
Simpson Strong-Tie, the leader in engineered structural connectors and building solutions, renewed its sponsorship of Habitat for Humanity’s yearly Jimmy & Rosalynn Carter Work Project.
The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) announced that it has recently implemented the OSHA Weighting System (OWS) for fiscal year (FY) 2020.
With fall protection once again topping OSHA’s list of most frequently cited violations, NFC’s Safety Committee continues to work on resources to help framers provide ongoing fall protection safety training to their employees.
SBCA’s goal for Digital QC and SBCRI’s 3rd Party Digital QA is to provide objective facts regarding truss quality in case of scrutiny.
Since the inception of LP Legacy® premium sub-flooring, LP has committed to putting the panels through rigorous, and sometimes extreme, testing beyond industry requirements to truly measure and showcase the product’s superior moisture resistance, strength, and stiffness.
Universal Forest Products, Inc. announced a new organizational structure that is designed to position the Company for accelerated sales and profit growth in the coming years and provide more opportunity for its employees.
Wood Protection Technologies, Inc. offers a suite of robust, factory applied topical coatings that stabilize wood fiber and protect framing packages from moisture, fire, insects and decay.
Despite the differences in where the budget is weighted, every contractor, no matter its specialty, is vulnerable to cost overruns.
For the ninth consecutive year, Fall Protection – General Requirements is OSHA’s most frequently cited standard, the agency and Safety+Health announced at the National Safety Council 2019 Congress & Expo.