In this article we discuss the requirements for individual certification under the EPA’s RRP rule. Contractors working in target housing and child-occupied facilities are required to have their firm certified and use only trained or certified workers. Ignoring this rule can cost your up to $37,500 per violation! Click here to read more!
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Click here to read our latest safety article about specialized tools required for work in houses built prior to 1978.
It looks like there are several fines being levied by OSHA this December. To learn more about each fine please click the links below.
Encouraging safety and creating an environment that promotes worker safety is key to preventing accidents and injuries. To learn more about how we can assist your company in creating a world class safety culture please email email@example.com or dial 877-209-9648.
In our latest safety article we review the prohibited practices for both EPA and HUD jobs taking place in target housing and child-occupied facilities. Click here to read more.
Check out our latest article on How widespread lead-based paint is in housing.
Knowing what is required to test for lead-based paint as a contractor is vital to maintaining compliance and avoiding a $37,500 EPA Fine. Our free safety article will give you the information you need to make the best decisions for your business, customers, and family.
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If you own a small business, chances are you have a lot on your mind. From hiring employees to managing clients to paying bills. One thing that probably isn’t on your mind is implementing office safety procedures. While no one would blame you for overlooking workplace safety, that doesn’t mean it is a good idea.
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Every day construction workers face on the job safety issues that could result in serious injuries or even death. One of the risks construction workers face is working on a job site where dangerous holes and openings exist.
Falls are the greatest cause of fatal construction injuries, according to the Center for Construction Research and Training. Many of these falls—including those from holes or openings in a floor—could be prevented with the proper SAFETY TRAINING and safety precautions.
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