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March 2017 Archives

Training key to construction safety

The construction industry is set to boom in 2017. While this is good for construction employment in Texas and shows a positive trend in the economy, construction firms must keep a keen eye on the safety of their employees. Construction safety has increased dramatically in the last few decades, but 2015 was still one of the most dangerous years for construction work compared to nearly all other professions, including manufacturing. Professionals specializing in safety report that training and experience of employees are essential.

Solicitor's office voices commitment to employee safety

Texas workers may be interested to learn that the U.S. Department of Labor is fully committed to workplace safety. It accomplishes this through legal actions and by participating in alternative resolution options with employers and developing new regulations that could help keep the workplace safe for both workers and employers.

OSHA says use gates instead of ladders for fall protection

Some Texas workers might not know that the Occupational Safety and Health Administration has deemed chains unsafe as fall protection for ladders. According to an OSHA rule from 2016, either an offset or a self-closing gate must be used at entrances to ladder holes.

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