OSHA’s Heat Illness Prevention Campaign educates employers and workers on the dangers of working in high temperatures. Three key words embody OSHA’s safety message: Water. Rest. Shade. The signs of heat-related illness and acting quickly can prevent more serious medical conditions and save lives.
Construction sites can get messy pretty quickly if proper housekeeping is not routinely enforced. Pre and post work assessments can help improve order, cleanliness, and safety. Here are six practices for better housekeeping.
California is mandating Valley fever training for construction workers. Learn about what Valley fever is, how it's contracted, and safety best practices to protect workers during soil disturbance activities.
Demand for liquid natural gas is surging. From liquefaction to transport to electricity generation, LNG is a leader in clean energy and worker safety is important for overall business efficiency. Here are tips to improve efficiency and safety in LNG projects.
BY CHRISTINE TORRES | Published September 12, 2019