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Working Near Electrical Hazards

If your building is in a downtown metropolis area, window washers will likely be working close to live power lines, ...
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Rental Davit Arms vs Project Davit Arms For Construction Purposes

New construction often requires davit arms for trade contractors to gain access to the exterior of building facades to complete ...
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OSHA’s Final Rule to Update, Align, and Provide Greater Roof Top Safety

Everyone is responsible for preventing falls when working on a roof. The building owner/property manager, the self-employed contractor, any subcontractor ...
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National Safety Stand-Down: To Prevent Falls In Construction (Repost from United States Department of Labor)

 https://www.osha.gov/StopFallsStandDown/ Check out the above link to OSHA Department of Labor. The following is a few highlights of the article: ...
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Suspended Platform Work on Existing Buildings Require a Special Pre-Use Inspection

This article is to inform building owners and property managers that the Ministry of Labour requires a “Special Pre-Use Inspection” ...
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CERTIFICATION MANAGED PROGRAM – LETTER OF ENGAGEMENT:

Building owners require a letter of engagement from a with a qualified person or company. This qualified person must have ...
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REMINDER WALKING WORKING SURFACES CODE CHANGES

On January 17, 2017 OSHA published changes to Sub Part D – Walking Working Surfaces which have a significant impact ...
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Employer Sentenced to 30 Days Jail After Worker Injured

September 15, 2017 12:47 P.M. BRAMPTON, ONTARIO – Ji Nan Li, carrying on business as Yi Yi Construction, was sentenced ...
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