Fall Protection

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Personal Fall Limiters
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Fall Protection

Residential contractors are subject to the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration's Fall Protection Standard (29 CFR 1926.501). In fact, OSHA has made fall protection a priority for inspections and fines. Local jurisdictions to rely on whistleblowers and public reporting to aid inspectors finding sites where infractions may occur. To comply with OSHA fall protection rules, make sure you have a written plan, proper training, and the right equipment. More

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Replacement Windows and the Code

New provisions deal with EERO and fall-protection heights More

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Practical Fall Protection

The key is finding equipment that's comfortable enough to work in More

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Werner Podium Ladder

An extra-large platform allows the user to face in any direction. More

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Is Texas' "Miracle" Economy Built on Construction Worker Injuries?

A Texas Tribune investigative series casts a harshly critical eye on the state’s lack of safety practices to protect construction workers. More

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Roofing With Asphalt Shingles

More than 80% of U.S. homes have asphalt shingle roofs, and though easy to install... More

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New Controversy Over New York Scaffold Law

New York State’s century-old “Scaffold Law” is back in the news, with opponents mounting a new effort to reform the safety rule. More

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Grainger Catalog for 2014

This free industrial catalog, available in print and online, covers more than... More

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