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Demolition company in fatal Government Center garage collapse in Boston faces nearly $1.2M in fines for willfully exposing workers to hazards

The following is a reprint of the press release from the osha.gov site, published on September 27, 2022. Don’t let this happen to you. Make sure your employees are well trained in the safety standards and any site plans. BOSTON – A heavy equipment operator doing demolition on the eighth  floor of the Government Center garage …

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September 2022 Industry Resources

Check out these articles we found for our September 2022 Industry Resources roundup. Fall Protection again tops OSHA’s ‘Top 10’ list of most frequently cited standards Safety & Health Magazine summarizes this year’s findings from OSHA. US Department of Labor, industry leaders, stakeholders call on employers, workers to combat surge in construction worker suicides The …

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August 2022 Accidents Report

Our experience shows that the major causes of job-site accidents are a lack of training and equipment failure. Don’t let that happen to you and your employees.  Sign up for training or schedule your next inspection. But first, read on for the August 2022 accidents. Crane Operator Suffers Traumatic Injuries In Accident We are reprinting this article …

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August 2022 Industry Resources

Check out these articles we found for our August 2022 Industry Resources roundup. OSHA Developing Six Economically Significant Rules This article from EHS Daily Advisor shows us OSHA’s upcoming priorities, including the development of the tree worker standard. The Effects of Fatigue on Worker Safety Fatigue is a safety issue, as this OH&S Online article …

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July 2022 Accidents Report

The major causes of job-site accidents are a lack of training and equipment failure. Don’t let that happen to you and your employees.  Sign up for training or schedule your next inspection. But first, read on for the July 2022 accidents. Hanging on to the load We are reprinting this article from Vertikal.net originally published on July …

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