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OSHA Fact Sheet: Ladder Jack Scaffolds, Supported Scaffolds

A ladder jack scaffold is a system designed to perform activities such as installing building exteriors, trim, and finishes. Contractors widely use la...

Portable Toilet and Sanitation Best Practices for Women in Construction

This fact sheet is intended to alert workers to the OSHA requirements for toilets at construction jobsites, and to suggest employer best practices fo...

EYE PROTECTION: A BASIC UNDERSTANDING OF THE OSHA STANDARD

Sealant, Waterproofing and Restoration Institute toolbox talk on eye protection....

Building a Safety Culture: Improving Safety and Health Management in the Construction Industry

This Dodge SmartMarket report updates survey findings of safety culture in the construction industry....

OSHA NOAA Fact Sheet: Lightning Safety When Working Outdoors

This fact sheet provides employers and workers at outdoor worksites with lightning safety recommendations from the Occupational Safety and Health Admi...

Training Requirements in OSHA Standards

This OSHA guidance document excerpts OSHA training requirements from OSHA standards....

OSHA Hazard Alert: Working Safely with Scissor Lifts

Scissor lifts provide a safe and reliable platform for workers to perform job tasks when used according to the manufacturer’s instructions. When not...

OSHA Resource for Development and Delivery of Training to Workers

More than 100 of OSHA’s current standards contain requirements for training. Furthermore, a comprehensive workplace safety program needs to include...

Head Protection (Hard Hats): Training on the use of hard hats in the workplace

Powerpoint training for workers about the use of hard hats, see accompanying instructor's guide....

Temporary Worker Initiative Bulletin No. 5: Hazard Communication

Temporary workers are entitled to the same protections other workers. This bulletin addresses how to identify who is responsible for providing hazard...