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May 03,2012

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has reduced the number of violations from four to two against four firms it cited earlier this...

May 03,2012

New York City officials announced strict new licensing and testing requirements for all crane operators in New York City to raise safety standards...

April 26,2012

Too few bolts connecting horizontal steel support beams with vertical steel columns was the cause of January’s construction accident at Horseshoe...

April 26,2012

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration takes far too long to adopt new safety regulations compared to other agencies’ development of...

April 19,2012

Philadelphia's $2 billion plan to manage its storm water with green methods including porous pavement, green roofs, and more trees, was officially...

April 13,2012

Following a worker’s death, the collapse of a century-old, two-story warehouse under demolition as part of Columbia University’s expansion is...

April 13,2012

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit sharply curtailed the period of time that companies can be cited for Occupational Safety and Health...

April 05,2012

On March 15, the most significant changes to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) since it became law in 1991 went into effect.

March 30,2012

The Chicago City Council’s Zoning Committee approved a zoning change that will allow up to 50% of work space in low-intensity business districts...

March 22,2012

A California appellate court ruled that an insurance broker did not have a duty to inform a subcontractor that a project’s insurer had gone...