Employers and workers are invited to participate in the fourth annual National Safety Stand-Down to Prevent Falls in Construction, May 6-10, 2019. The weeklong outreach event encourages employers and workers to pause during the workday to discuss fall hazards and how to prevent them. Falls are the leading cause of death in the construction industry, accounting for 37 percent of fatalities industry-wide. For resources on fall prevention visit OSHA's webpage.
Press Release (Florida State College at Jacksonville)
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David Wessin featured in Construction Executive magazine. READ MORE
4/19/2019 – IMMEDIATE RELEASE – The Safety Alliance and Caterpillar Safety Services, a business unit of Caterpillar Inc., have signed a National Partnership Agreement to provide safety and leadership seminars nationally. We will soon be announcing our next seminar scheduled for Houston Texas.
We are always looking at new ways to add value to our annual sponsorship’s. Effective immediately, annual Safety Alliance sponsorship’s include safety training for your employees. Training ranges from OSHA 10-Hour, to CPR/AED/FIRST AID and Lunch & Learn Seminars. Please take a look at the benefits of becoming a Safety Alliance Sponsor! We will continue to look for new products and services to enhance our sponsorship benefits for our members! www.safetyalliance.org/sponsorship/
Register for OSHA’s Region 4 Heat Illness Prevention / Landscaping Stand-Down April 16th & 17th 2018. Receive a Certificate of Participation from the Safety Alliance for your efforts. Follow this Link
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OSHA’s Silica Rule or Permissible Exposure Limit (PEL) was finalized and implemented for the construction industry in 2017. The rule goes into effect in June 2018 for “General Industry” which includes asphalt pavement construction contractors and mix facilities. READ MORE