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OSHA Injury and Illness Reporting Rule May Be On Chopping Block

The organization has removed language from its website and Congress is attacking... More

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OSHA Updates Fall Protection and Walking-Working Surface Standards

The new final rule has implications for roofers and is intended to curtail fall... More

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2015 OSHA Regulatory Update: Top Guidelines for Confined Spaces

Dean McKenzie, deputy director of OSHA's Directorate of Construction, outlines and defines OSHA's new Confined Spaces rulings, what it means for remodelers, and notes the human price for not abiding by these standards. More

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Roofers Racked up $18 Million in OSHA Violations

But all contractors need to heed workplace safety regulations. Here are the top 10... More

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OSHA Focuses on Whistleblowers

What if it wasn't just OSHA inspectors keeping an eye on your jobs? More

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Get a Grip on New Safety Efforts

Worker safety should be a priority for you and your business. But regulations change. Find out what OSHA has cooking for the spring building season. More

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Fighting the Feds over fall-protection

Arizona's Division of Occupational Safety and Health incited a fight with OSHA by... More

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Torch-down the roof, not the building

Can you handle torch-down roofing? Not every roofer can, as evidenced in the... More

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OSHA sends roofers a firm message on violating safety measures

Concurrent with the expiration of OSHA's temporary enforcement measures, the... More

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Standardize Lead Safe Practices

An interview with Peter Lawton, former remodeler and the owner of LeadSmart Training Solutions, about the recently introduced amendment that would change the lead-paint safety rules and requirements for homeowners and remodelers. More

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