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Monthly Archives: May, 2018

  1. What You Need To Know About Trench Safety

    Excavation and trenching are often required on construction sites to literally lay the groundwork for a project.Whether it’s creating a water system, gas mains, or telephone lines, by creating trenches, the project can have the necessary underground infrastructure installed. Although trenches are vital to a project, they are also a significant hazard as well. (more…)

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  2. Three Ways to Reduce Injuries in the Workplace

    Alabama OSHA Lawyer Injured Worker
    Thousands of American workers are injured at the workplace annually. Although the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) sets strict safety guidelines to protect American workers, falls, hazard communication, and scaffolding are among the most common violations that occur resulting in preventable accidents. (more…)

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  3. Staying Aware of Struck-By Hazards on the Jobsite

    Michigan OSHA Attorney Foreman
    According to, in 2016, almost 4700 workers died due to a work-related accident. Of those workers, approximately 21 percent were in the construction industry. (more…)

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  4. Florida Companies Experience Severe OSHA Penalties in Early 2018

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    If you are a construction professional then you know there is always a chance that your worksite may be susceptible to an Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) citation. (more…)

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