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OSHA safety fall rule
November 18,2011

The new Occupational Safety and Health Administration rule requiring employers operating in the residential construction industry to use the same...

Austin sidewalks
November 18,2011

Austin, Texas has proposed building codes that require wider sidewalks and call for buildings to be closer to sidewalks along a 3.5-mile stretch...

November 03,2011

OSHA recently published new and revised information that explains workers’ and employers’ rights, as well as how to protect workers from hazards...

October 28,2011

The Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) now requires a training module on the top four causes of death for construction workers...

October 28,2011

Owners of every New York City commercial and residential building larger than 50,000 sf will have to post each building’s energy use online by...

October 20,2011

New York City is moving towards a development design review process that will let officials and developers review blueprints for new projects...

October 06,2011

Roofers say a new OSHA rule requiring all residential roofers to wear a safety harness makes workers less safe, and is causing lost business for...

October 06,2011

This summer, Pinellas County, FL wanted to save money on an $81 million public safety complex in Largo by using the county’s own building...

September 30,2011

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has a new Voluntary Classification Settlement Program that allows an employer to reclassify independent...

September 29,2011

The Illinois Pollution Control Board holds hearings this week about construction debris rules proposed by the state Environmental Protection...