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Recent Announcements

Contractors in Hard-Hit Michigan Must Be Mindful of OSHA’s COVID-19 Recordkeeping Requirements

The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) has taken an incredible toll on Michigan. As of the time of this writing, Michigan ranks first in the upper Midwest in coronavirus deaths. Michigan ranks eighth in COVID-19 cases and fifth in deaths related to COVID-19 in the United States. It’s still unclear why COVID-19 has spread so rapidly…

Screening Employees for COVID-19

As Florida enters Full Phase One of the plan to reopen businesses, all forms of construction work can resume in the Sunshine State. As part of this reopening plan, construction businesses need to implement a mitigation strategy to stop the spread of the virus. As part of this plan, employees will need to be screened…

OSHA’s Guidance for New Businesses

If you recently started your own construction business, you’re likely facing many challenges right now. Along with new challenges facing the industry, including potential labor and material shortages and fear of the spread of COVID-19, there are also the ever present challenges, including safety concerns.  In this brief article, an OSHA attorney will discuss requirements…

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