Tag: OSHA

Electronic Submissions of Injury Records Due to OSHA July 1

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Electronic Submissions of Injury Records Due to OSHA July 1

Certain companies, including some home builders, are required to electronically submit information from their 2017 Form 300A to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration by July 1.

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Comment Period Extended for OSHA Crane Operator Proposal

Comment Period Extended for OSHA Crane Operator Proposal

OSHA announced Friday that it is extending the comment period on its proposed rule on crane operator certification. Comments on the proposal were originally due today, June 20. OSHA now will accept comments through July 5.

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OSHA Silica Rule Violation Data Shows Where Inspectors are Looking

OSHA Silica Rule Violation Data Shows Where Inspectors are Looking

OSHA’s new Respirable Crystalline Silica in Construction Standard is now in effect, and agency inspectors began citing violations on Oct. 23, finding 117 violations of the new rule in the first six months of enforcement – through April 23.

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Free Webinar: Is Your Company Safety Compliant?

Free Webinar: Is Your Company Safety Compliant?

Good news for companies seeking clarity on OSHA regulations: NAHB now has two free resources to help. The new Safety & Health Program toolkit provides home builders, developers and remodelers with a model to comply with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s new recommended practices for safety and health programs. In the free webinar Safety […]

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OSHA Proposes Changes to Crane Operator Requirements

OSHA Proposes Changes to Crane Operator Requirements

OSHA has proposed to amend its rule for cranes and derricks in construction, 29 C.F.R. § 1926, Operator Qualification and Certification, to clarify the training and certification requirements for crane operators and add a new requirement for employers to evaluate crane operators.

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Be Safe on That Scaffold

Be Safe on That Scaffold

Scaffolds can provide a safe and more efficient way to work in construction, but their use is also one of the leasing causes of injuries on construction sites. It is important to recognize scaffolding hazards and make sure every scaffold is set up and used properly.

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Be Part of the Safety Stand-Down May 7-11

Be Part of the Safety Stand-Down May 7-11

NAHB and Builders Mutual Insurance Company are again inviting building and remodeling companies to take part in the fifth annual National Safety Stand-Down May 7-11 to emphasize the importance of jobsite safety, particularly when it comes to preventing falls.

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Distracted Driving: The ‘Multitasking’ Myth

Distracted Driving: The ‘Multitasking’ Myth

The National Safety Council observes Distracted Driving Awareness Month every April because as mobile phones become increasingly indispensable to the job as well as people’s home lives, and as the dashboard in your car becomes increasingly interactive, it’s harder and harder to pay attention to the road when you drive. But pay attention we must: Multitasking doesn’t work in the driver’s seat.

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Get Free Safety Training for Your HBA

Get Free Safety Training for Your HBA

NAHB and the Job-Site Safety Institute (JSI) will kick off their first fall prevention training of the year in Raleigh, N.C. at the HBA of Raleigh-Wake County on April 3.

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SoCal Builders Work to Change the Safety ‘Mindset’

SoCal Builders Work to Change the Safety ‘Mindset’

The Southern California Builders Safety Alliance is making jobsites safer, one builder and one trade at a time.

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