Current Issue: January 2018

Also in the current Issue:

OSHA Releases Annual Top 10 List of Most-Cited Violations

Every year the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) releases the Top 10 list of the most commonly cited standards from the previous fiscal year. This year’s list is not much different than the Top 10 from 2016. The list usually does not change much from year to year and tends to mirror those hazards

Safety Update: Electronic Record Keeping, Walking and Working Surfaces, Silica, and More

Electronic Record Keeping You may have heard more than you care to hear about electronic records submission. It’s possible that a number of you have not made your electronic submissions to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) because you think that the standard does not apply to you or because you do not know

OSHA’s Silica Dust Standards: First Construction, Now General Industry

In fall 2017, new Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) standards imposed strict limits on workplace silica dust exposure in the construction industry. But, OSHA is not stopping there. In June 2018, OSHA will begin enforcing very similar rules for employers in general industry. These new standards are stringent and employers must quickly implement procedures

6 Construction Industry Trends to Expect in 2018

Keeping on top of new and emerging trends in the construction industry not only helps keep your company from falling behind, but also helps prepare you for the future. With the continuing growth and evolution of the construction industry, companies must stay up to date if they want to remain competitive. While it can be