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As a contractor, focusing too much attention on the scope of work required for a project may lead to you just going through the motions when it comes to safety training. It’s important that contractors don’t cut corners, otherwise they may become overly reliant on resources like outdated flyers or safety training videos. In this…

Is Your OSHA Workplace Poster Prominently Displayed?

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As described by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), when a vehicle is driven in reverse on the project site, it can lead to a “backover,” an incident in which a worker who is standing, walking, or kneeling is struck by the reversing vehicle. Although backovers are preventable accidents, they claim the lives of…


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