Trenching and excavation projects can present a serious hazard to all workers on a jobsite. OSHA defines an excavation as “any man-made cut, cavity, [...]Read more Trenching and Excavation Safety Reminders: Slope It, Shore It, Shield It
Biden Administration Focuses on Workplace Safety As the Biden administration continues to review and roll out executive orders and policies, safety and [...]Read more Expect Increased OSHA Inspections Under Biden Administration
In September, the Philadelphia Department of Licenses and Inspections issued a Code Bulletin regarding new requirements for keeping a fire watch on [...]Read more New Fire Watch Requirements in Philadelphia
OSHA is set to begin enforcement of the new Silica construction standard on September 23, 2017. At this point, you should have a good handle on how [...]Read more Is Your Construction Company Ready for the Silica Standard?
OSHA intends to propose an extension of the November 10, 2017 compliance date for crane operator certification. A new date has not yet been provided by [...]Read more OSHA Extends Crane Operator Certification Deadline
The compliance date for the OSHA’s Construction Silica Standard has been postponed to September 23, 2017. It was originally slated to begin this [...]Read more Date Changes to OSHA’s Silica Standard for Construction
Updated 06/29/17 – OSHA has proposed to push back the compliance date of the Electronic Injury/Illness Reporting Requirement until December 1, 2017. [...]Read more Changes to OSHA’s Electronic Injury/Illness Reporting Requirement