While new COVID-19 cases are receding across the country and some states are beginning to relax restrictions, employers should anticipate new enforcement and regulatory action, as the vaccine effort expands and new variants manifest.
NYC mandates a higher standard of safety training for select construction workers through compliance with Local Law 196. To learn more about SST (Site Safety Training), visit ClickSafety.
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To avoid electrical injury in the workplace, your team needs to be aware of the equipment, procedures and training required to lower and eliminate risk. Learn about these tools to reduce exposure, including lockout/tagout, and other electrical safety best practices.
Flaggers face some major hazards while they work on or near busy roads. Whether you work in the construction or industrial field, safety should always be your main priority.
Jobsite safety weather strategies must be implemented to keep workers safe during warm and hot weather. Learn how to keep employees safe.
Valley Fever training is for workers in southwest states working with dirt. Learn how to protect workers from this respiratory hazard.
Workplace sexual harassment comes in many forms, from unwanted advances to requests for favors. Learn how to protect your team.
Our Safety Experts have created this live page to track the latest information from OSHA on COVID-19 as well as other regulatory updates. To learn more about the benefits of recurring safety training, visit the ClickSafety blog today.
Members of the construction industry, including those with specialized jobs like steel erection, must receive regular, up-to-date safety training. To learn more about the benefits of recurring safety training, visit the ClickSafety blog today.