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Safety - Construction

100 Most Frequently Cited OSHA Construction Standards in 1991
A Guide for the Abatement of the Top 25 Associated Physical Hazards. Note: This file requires an Adobe Acrobat Document Reader and takes a long time to download.
Center to Protect Worker's Rights
(CPWR) focuses on safety and health in construction and related economics issues. CPWR is the research and development institute of the AFL-CIO Building and Construction Trades Dept.
Construction Foreman's Safety Handbook
By George S. Kennedy. A comprehensive handbook to construction site safety for the foreman. Mr. Kennedy is owner of Kennedy Safety Services Inc.
Construction Safety Manual
By Dave Heberle. Construction work site safety is a very important part of a builder's cost of doing business. This book is a complete guide to managing residential and light commercial construction work site safety. It addresses all aspects of why and how contractors must educate themselves and their crews to practice safe construction techniques. It gives tips on eliminating hazards, avoiding the high cost of delays and legal fees for not maintaining a safe work site. Covers OSHA Compliance, Accident Prevention, Safety Procedures, and Ready-to-Use Forms.
Construction Site Personal Injury Newsletter
Published by William F. Conour, Attorney At Law. Provides standards interpretations, accident prevention lessons from construction fatalities, and liability issues from accidents.
Electronic Library of Construction
"The Electronic Library of Construction Occupational Safety and Health was developed in part by the Center to Protect Workers' Rights (CPWR) and the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH)." The site is a helpful resources of safety and health links, training materials and other materials for the construction industry
Fall Protection in the Construction Industry
(Preamble to OSHA Standard).
Noise Exposures in Construction and Noise Exposure Standards
By Rick Neitzel, at University of Washington Department of Environmental Health.
OSHA - Aurora Construction News.

We have archived here past issues of this informative email newsletter from the Aurora Illinois OSHA Area Office. To our knowledge, this information is not archived anywhere else on the Internet. [Please note that OSHNET is not affiliated in any way with the U.S. Dept. of Labor, Occupational Safety & Health Administration. These newsletters, which are in the public domain, are reprinted here as a public service for the safety and health professional community]. There were a few uncorrectable changes in the formatting of these documents as we changed them from Word Perfect 8 to html format but all the information appears to be there.

Nov. 29, 1999, Volume 3, Issue 3
July 9, 1999, Volume 3, Issue 2
March 3, 1999, Volume 3, Issue 1
Dec. 11, 1998, Volume 2, Issue 3
July 28, 1998, Volume 2, Issue 2
April 4, 1998, Volume 2, Issue 1
Dec. 1, 1997, Volume 1, Issue 4
Aug. 14, 1997, Volume 1, Issue 3
May 14, 1997, Volume 1, Issue 2
Feb. 1997, Volume 1, Issue 1 Update

OSHA Construction Resource Manual
Part 1903 - Inspections, Citations and Proposed Penalities.
Safe-Con, LLC
Construction Safety Consulting & Training, Madison, WI. This site has free construction safety quizes in the areas of Excavation Safety, Electrical Safety, Scaffold Safety, Masonry Safety, Fall Protection, and General Safety. It also has a " What's Wrong With This Picture?" section.
Safety and Health Regulations for Construction
OSHA 29 CFR 1926. Linked table of contents and search engine.



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