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30-Second Video Messages on COVID-19 and the Workplace
Audio Messages on COVID-19 and the Workplace
Did you know… two of the inspection types are based on Complaints (possibly from employees) and Referrals (such as those from homeowners and other contractors)? Did you also know… OSHA conducts phone investigations? The more you understand OSHA, the better you can protect your crew and avoid accidents.
Click the links below to access OSHA FactSheets:
- OSHA Inspections (Plus check out this great presentation on how to prepare and plan for an OSHA visit!)
- Reducing falls in constructions
- Silica dust control methods
- Illness and injury prevention programs
- Working in attics
OSHA INSPECTION PROCESS
This video provides a general overview of the OSHA inspection process.
Workers can stay safe and healthy if employers watch out for their health and remember 3 simple words: Water, Rest, and Shade. Go to osha.gov/heat for more on OSHA’s Heat Illness Prevention campaign.
Prevent falls in the workplace and save lives. These 5 measures from OSHA can help keep workers safe.
Scaffolds can provide a safe and more efficient way to work in construction, but their use is also one of the leasing causes of injuries on construction sites. It is important to recognize scaffolding hazards and make sure every scaffold is set up and used properly. NAHB has two new scaffold safety videos (English and Spanish).
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