Fall Protection

OSHA’s Ten Most Frequent Citations in 2016
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OSHA’s Ten Most Frequent Citations in 2016

Job site fall protection tops the list, with hazard communications and scaffolding... More

Oregon OSHA Revises Fall Protection Regulation
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Oregon OSHA Revises Fall Protection Regulation

Construction workers are now required to provide fall protection for workers six... More

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Mystery Inspector Looks at Ladder Safety Mystery Inspector Looks at Ladder Safety

A smart way to take a bite out of jobsite accidents: Safety posters. More

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OSHA: Roof Safety Rules

Fall protection is now OSHA's No. 1 national priority, but a lot of roofing contractors don't know it. Here's what you need to know. More

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OSHA Extends Temporary Fall-Protection Enforcement Once Again

The delay gives roofers another shot at getting the agency to reconsider its personal fall-arrest requirements. More

Tougher Fall Protection Rule Go into Effect Next Month
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Tougher Fall Protection Rule Go into Effect Next Month

A contractors trade group says the new rule deprives pros of a well-tested safeguard. More

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Fall Protection Training Videos Available for Builders and Remodelers

Online materials and DVDs can help construction contractors meet their obligation to prevent the industry's leading cause of injury and deaths on jobsites. More

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OSHA Offers Extended Deadline for Fall Protection Compliance

Through September 15, the regulatory agency is using a carrot and a stick to compel industry cooperation. More

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Ladder's Little Helper Ladder's Little Helper

Ladder's Little Helper makes ladders safer. More

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A Lyon Climbs the Corporate Ladder

Two of William Lyon Homes' top executives, the CFO and COO, have left in recent weeks, and the founder's son has been appointed to fill one of the positions.Michael D. Grubbs, the company's senior vice president and CFO, resigned April 27, the company reported. Colin T. Severn, the company's corporate controller and secretary, will replace him on an interim basis. Severn, 38, has worked at the company since December 2003 when he was hired as financial controller. On March 18, the company announced that Douglas F. Bauer, its president and COO as well as a member of the board of directors, had resigned to spend more time with his family and to pursue personal interests. William H. Lyon, the son of company founder General William Lyon, replaced Bauer as COO and on the board. More

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