Eggs with OSHA: OSHA’s New Online Record Keeping and Accident Reporting

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GBCA’s final 2017 installment of Eggs with OSHA took place on Friday, October 27, 2017. This SOLD OUT event featured a presentation by the Graham Company, detailing OSHA’s new online record keeping and accident reporting system. Attendees had the opportunity to ask questions about this new system and how it could be incorporated into their existing procedures.

Regulatory Review Survey

10/27/2017 - Posted in Advocacy laurentosti Comments (0)

Earlier this year, Philadelphia City Council President Darrell Clarke and Councilman Derek Green formed the Special Committee on Regulatory Review and Reform. The committee serves as a vehicle to clean up the city’s archaic regulations with the hope of streamlining the regulatory environment that has hindered business growth for years.

GBCA Members Honored by ENR MidAtlantic

10/27/2017 - Posted in GBCA News laurentosti Comments (0)

GBCA Members, INTECH Construction LLC and LF Driscoll Company LLC, were honored by ENR MidAtlantic, winning 2017 Best Projects Awards:


Best Cultural/Worship: Award of Merit

Project: Museum of the American Revolution

General Contractor: INTECH Construction LLC

GBCA Membership Spotlight: October 30, 2017

10/27/2017 - Posted in Membership laurentosti Comments (0)

CHESCO Coring & Cutting, Inc. is a family founded, concrete cutting company headquartered in Malvern, Pennsylvania that has proudly served the greater Tri-State area (PA, NJ, DE, NY, MD and VA) for the past thirty years.

Webinars on OSHA’s Silica Rule and Safety

10/27/2017 - Posted in Safety and OSHA laurentosti Comments (0)

On Monday, October 23, 2017, OSHA began enforcing its Respirable Crystalline Silica Rule, Standard Number: 29 CFR 1926.1153. Avoid fines by making sure that your company’s policies and practices meet the new standard. If you want more infromation, ClickSafety offers several webinars on OSHA’s Silica Rule. Designed for Managers, Foremen, and Workers, these webinars may be useful.

A basic webinar describing OSHA’s rule is free of charge.