How Proximity Warning Systems Make Construction Sites Safer

While construction sites have become safer places to work over the last couple of decades, the latest report by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) discovered that construction is still one of the most dangerous occupations, resulting in the most fatal injuries. Fatalities on the jobsite are mostly caused by moving vehicle accidents. Construction …

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OSHA’s New Regulations to Protect Workers from Summer Heat

The National Emphasis Program is set to prevent injuries and fatalities related to summer heat. Heat exposure is an increasingly dangerous jobsite hazard which killed 344 workers between 2011-2019 with 42% (144) of those workers in the construction field. “Tragically, the three-year average of workplace deaths caused by heat has doubled since the early 1990s,” …

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