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OSHA Issues Guidance on Returning to Offices After Shutdowns

OSHA Issues Guidance on Returning to Offices After Shutdowns

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) late last week issued guidance to assist employers reopening business offices and their employees returning to work during the evolving coronavirus pandemic.

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NAHB Online Course Examines Successful Land Development Strategies

NAHB Online Course Examines Successful Land Development Strategies

NAHB’s Land Development: Getting Started, Business Management & Financing live online course will introduce you to the land acquisition and development process and explore the crucial first steps to becoming a successful developer.

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How Gen Z and Millennials are Changing Home Building Forever

Filed in Design, Education, Sales & Marketing by on June 18, 2020 2 Comments
How Gen Z and Millennials are Changing Home Building Forever

NAHB’s webinar, “How Gen Z and Millennials Are Changing Home Building Forever,” scheduled for Wednesday, June 24, will highlight how these consumers are making an impact on home design with their strong home buying preferences

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NAHB Safety Handbook Primes Builders on Newly Released OSHA Regulations

Filed in Labor, Safety and Health, Safety by on June 16, 2020 1 Comment
NAHB Safety Handbook Primes Builders on Newly Released OSHA Regulations

BuilderBooks, the publishing arm of NAHB, recently released the fourth edition of its Jobsite Safety Handbook to help home builders navigate and comply with the latest OSHA requirements and keep workers safe on the jobsite.

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Stop Preventable Deaths and Focus on Safe Digging During the Trench Safety Stand Down

Filed in Labor, Safety and Health, Safety by on June 15, 2020 0 Comments
Stop Preventable Deaths and Focus on Safe Digging During the Trench Safety Stand Down

Today marks the start of the week-long 2020 Trench Safety Stand Down. The stand down gives employers, supervisors and foremen the opportunity to speak directly to workers about trench and excavation hazards.

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Court Sides with OSHA, NAHB and Others on Emergency Infectious Disease Standard

Filed in Labor, Safety and Health, Legal by on June 12, 2020 0 Comments
Court Sides with OSHA, NAHB and Others on Emergency Infectious Disease Standard

The D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals Thursday rejected a petition by labor unions led by the AFL-CIO to compel OSHA to issue an “emergency temporary standard” to prevent the transmission of infectious diseases, including COVID-19.

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Focus on Your Job Site Safety Plan During National Safety Month

Filed in Labor, Safety and Health, Safety by on June 11, 2020 0 Comments
Focus on Your Job Site Safety Plan During National Safety Month

June is National Safety Month, a great reminder to home builders to review their job site safety plans, especially for changes prompted by COVID-19.

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2020 National Electrical Code Adoption Kits Now Available

Filed in Codes and Standards by on June 10, 2020 0 Comments
2020 National Electrical Code Adoption Kits Now Available

NAHB’s 2020 National Electrical Code Adoption Kit identifies significant changes that would most impact the home building industry.

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NAHB Offering Educational Webinars throughout June

Filed in Education by on June 2, 2020 3 Comments
NAHB Offering Educational Webinars throughout June

NAHB Education is offering a variety of dynamic webinars for industry professionals during the month of June. These webinars are specifically designed to help participants expand their knowledge on emerging trends, research and develop valuable skills, all while learning in a safe environment.

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Free NAHB Webinar on Managing Mental Health in a Pandemic

Free NAHB Webinar on Managing Mental Health in a Pandemic

In a free webinar from NAHB, experts discuss the everyday challenges presented by the pandemic and share steps and concrete strategies we can take to cope with stress and anxiety caused by the pandemic.

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