Electrical violations are among the Occupational Safety and Health’s (OSHA) top 10 most frequently cited violations each year. These violations occur when employees don’t follow the guidelines and standards designed to protect against shocks, fires, and explosions. Understanding what the most common electrical violations are helps guide onboarding and training for your construction workers. This… Read More »
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The COVID-19 pandemic has brought rules, regulations, and other OSHA guidance that affect companies’ compliance requirements. Because you employ workers in the construction industry, you need to be aware of these updates. They include new rule drafts and national and regional emphasis programs that show OSHA’s current priorities. Here are some of OSHA’s latest updates… Read More »
A major cause of falls from ladders is improper set-up. Many accidents can be avoided with common sense and good work practices. Using proper set-up techniques will give your ladder maximum stability and help ensure your safety. PREPARING TO USE A LADDER Your first step is to rid the area of hazards. Look above… Read More »
Safety is the responsibility of each and every employee. Not only do you have to be concerned with your own work practices, you have to be aware of all workers performing around you. As a construction worker, you deal with hazardous equipment, tools and materials and consistently face difficult circumstances that affect safety and health.… Read More »
This week, several CCS Construction Staffing recruiters completed their OSHA 10 Construction course at the ABC of the Carolinas location. The two-day course focused on increasing safety awareness amongst our employees and promoting a safer environment on our jobsites. This training is another example of CCS’ commitment to safety. Thank you ABC and CCS!