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More stories about Safety

  • Letters

    Insulating knee walls; step flashings not the culprit; homeowner safety should come first

  • In the News

    California back-pedals on nailer rules; study blames coastal development for increased storm damage; Texas court says insurers can't duck defect suits; more

  • What’s That Smell?

    In September, an apartment at Vista View Apartments in Charleston, W.Va., caught fire after a methamphetamine lab in one of the units exploded.

  • In the News

    Expanded AFCI requirements; trenching turns deadly in Southern California; nicad battery recall; more

  • Planning for Safety

    By setting up a company safety program, you can prevent injuries, improve efficiency, and maybe even save money.

  • CPO Gives CPR to Seven ColumbusNeighborhoods

    COLUMBUS, OHIO - Community Properties Revitalization is a massive acquisition-rehabilitation development that spans 209 buildings and 1,075 units throughout seven Columbus, Ohio, neighborhoods.

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    Emergency Lighting--Whose Responsibility Is It: The Electrical Engineer or the Lighting Designer?

  • In the News

    Unions sue feds over safety gear; Lennar demands givebacks; energy efficiency earns tax credit; more

  • Buying a Skid Steer

    If you can afford only one machine, make it one of these.

  • In the News

    Deck ledger bolting schedule may become code; pump-truck accident; West Coast Green show; more