Free Safety Training for Small Builders NAHB taps OSHA grant to provide traveling workshop by Sharon O’Malley S — they’re at the mercy of weather, interest rates, and suppliers — so it’s not surprising that they’re often behind the curve on safety training, even when they’re convinced that they have everything under control. “Most builders care about their workers, and they think they’re doing a good job of staying safe, even though most are not in compliance with the law,” says Regina McMichael, a Clemson, S.C., safety consultant. The OSHA requirement that employers provide their workers with safety training is widely ignored, mostly because builders have learned that the agency seldom comes calling on residential job sites unless someone gets hurt. In fact, failure to provide