Eggs with OSHA – December 2019

On December 10, safety professionals came together to discuss safety issues surrounding asbestos, especially in the context of demolition and abatement. Thanks to our speakers: Alan Lloyd, Associate Vice President

Mary Pat Geppert Named One of CBO’s Outstanding Women in Construction

Congratulations to Mary Pat Geppert, President of Geppert Bros., Inc. and Chair of GBCA’s Safety Committee, on being named one of 20 Outstanding Women in Construction by Construction Business Owner

BIM Technology Makes Safer Job Sites

Construction companies have been using Building Information Modeling (BIM) to model and sequence safety, prevent incidents, automate safety logistics checks, run through installation details prior to site visits and eliminate

OSHA Implements New Weighting System For Workplace Safety and Health Inspections

OSHA is updating its weighting inspection system to place greater emphasis on addressing fall hazards. From GroundBreak Carolinas: The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) announced

COSS and Diminishing Human Error Safety Training

The University of Delaware, in partnership with the Delaware Valley Safety Council, offers nationally-recognized courses to safety-focused professionals in a wide range of industries. These intensive training programs are taught

Silica Standard Table 1 Survey

Even after OSHA implemented its silica standard, silica is a major issue for all levels of construction, even down to the finishes, such as manufacturing kitchen countertops. OSHA is seeking

Federal Judge Finds in Favor of Employees Participating in Safety Investigation

A federal judge in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania has awarded $1.04 million in lost wages and punitive damages to two former employees of a