November 30, 2020 | by: NDA
The developer on the Crawford power plant site and two contractors will pay the money to a local health network. An activist calls the amount “chump change.”
November 17, 2020 | by: NDA
2020 is teaching us an important lesson: we need to be prepared for pretty much anything to happen at any time. From pandemics to natural disasters to accidents and injuries on the jobsite, there’s a lot we need to prepare for.
November 03, 2020 | by: NDA
The CDC has updated its definition of “close contact” for the coronavirus disease (COVID-19). As a result the Construction Industry Safety Coalition (CISC) has updated their COVID-19 Responses Plan (Version 4).
October 19, 2020 | by: NDA
Twelve of the 25 most dangerous jobs as measured by the rate of people who die at work are in the construction industry
October 09, 2020 | by: NDA
OSHA and American Society of Safety Professional (ASSP) are offering a free webinar on Silica Compliance.
September 24, 2020 | by: NDA
September is National Preparedness Month. The campaign, which asks, “How prepared is your family?” was created to promote personal and community disaster planning during the month and throughout the year.
September 17, 2020 | by: NDA
The workers were part of a crew involved in the removal of Pier 58, the structure supporting several attractions including the Seattle Aquarium.
September 14, 2020 | by: NDA
An often-overlooked part of workplace safety is mental health; and as the leading occupation for death by suicide, it is time to take psychological safety in the construction industry seriously.
September 10, 2020 | by: NDA
The COVID-19 crisis has the potential to exacerbate anxiety, depression and other mental health issues among construction workers, according to an industry expert.
September 03, 2020 | by: NDA
The National Demolition Association (NDA) and Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) have worked together to ensure best demolition practices are being followed at jobsites across the U.S.
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