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According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), approximately 22 million workers are exposed to hazardous noise levels at work every year. Noise is one of the most common and ever-present hazards on a construction site. Employers who fail to protect their workers from construction noise exposure can face exorbitant fines. That’s why…

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Recognizing and Controlling Static Electricity Hazards on Your Jobsite

When you think of static electricity, you probably think of no more than a minor nuisance brought on by two surfaces rubbing against each other. This often becomes more noticeable in the winter months of dry climates as humidity levels are lower. However, static electricity can be much more than a simple irritant. According to…


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