We found these articles around the internet to share with you as our August 2021 Industry Resources.
The Center for Construction Research and Training maintains an online map showing where, how, and why people are dying on construction sites in the United States.
The Boston company cited in the article has had documented violations dating back 20 years for not training their workers nor doing work-site inspections. We also recently reprinted the DOL bulletin for more information.
This slideshow provides a look into what safety management professionals find as roadblocks from keeping their workers and work-sites safe,
South Dakota Trench Collapse Leads U.S. Department of Labor to Remind Employers and Workers of Serious Excavation Hazards
Rapid City has seen several trench accidents, which could potentially have been avoided. OSHA has put together a regional coalition to educate about this issue. Did you know Cranes101 offers a Trenching and Excavation Safety Course? Let us help you keep your worksite safe.
US DEPARTMENT OF LABOR ANNOUNCES $90M IN GRANTS TO SUPPORT TRAINING, EMPLOYMENT SERVICES FOR WORKERS DISPLACED BY THE PANDEMIC
The Department of Labor hopes to boost job recovery efforts with these grants.
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