Saw Safety Refresh

Saws are one of the most common causes of injuries on construction sites. The National Institute of Heath reported over 30,000 table saw injuries in 2019. The medical costs resulting from these injuries were estimated at over $2 billion. Worse still is that many of the injuries to fingers and hands meant construction workers were …

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Why You Should Upgrade your Front Door

Your front door is your home’s chance to make a great first impression. Grand entrances have curb appeal. So much so that a Zillow report showed that a new black or charcoal front door replacement can earn you as much as a $6,000 bump in sale price. Doors aren’t just about looks though, they need to provide …

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Ladder Safety Tips from OSHA

US Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) have set out a detailed guide to ladder safety to prevent jobsite injuries. You can get the whole guide here, but we have set out some of the most salient points to remember, especially as winter ice and snow makes jobsites even more treacherous.

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