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Construction

Jobsite Workers Could Be Legally Required to Get Vaccinated

Just as healthcare workers are required to receive the flu shot, it is within contractors’ rights to require workers to be vaccinated for COVID-19.

Jobsite Safety

Lower Workers' Compensation Costs by Having a Plan

Having comprehensive plans in place are the most impactful way to mitigate workers’ compensation costs, says the National Association of Home Build

Labor + Trade Relations

How to Keep Team Motivation High and Create a Healthy Workplace

With numerous new challenges, concerns, and worries facing construction workers today, boosting workplace morale and improving on-site safety may not be easy, but it's essential

Electrical

Will GFCI Revisions for Manufacturers Confuse Trades?

The back and forth on changes for ground-fault circuit interrupters and revisions to UL 943 has the potential to affect not just the reputations of home builders, electricians, and manufacturers, but the safety of homeowners and consumers as well 

Human Resources

Samantha Lewandowski on Recovery-Friendly Workplaces

New Hampshire's Recovery Friendly Workplace initiative—helping people with substance abuse disorders

Jobsite Safety

What Are the Legal Safeguards for Getting Back to Work?

As builders and trade contractors start to get back on track following the impact of COVID-19 and its restrictions, there are legal concerns to consider

Coronavirus Resources and Information

How Are Home Builders Adapting to Face-Mask Requirements?

Construction workers are already familiar with wearing protective clothing and equipment, but the face-mask requirements in many states are providi

Coronavirus Resources and Information

Doctor Saves Construction Worker’s Life Via FaceTime

Telehealth has proven itself essential during the pandemic, allowing patients to get care without risking exposure to COVID-19. In March, Dr.

Regulations

OSHA Construction Safety Inspections Fall 84% During Pandemic  

OSHA’s in-person checks of construction sites have plunged by 84 percent during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Jobsite Safety

How Owners Should Comply With OSHA Roofing Safety Guidelines  

Building owners have a responsibility to protect people who venture on their roofs, according to OSHA.

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