In this issue, we cover aging in the construction industry and how to protect those workers. We also look at the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act, sun protection and utility worker safety, among other topics.
Who makes sure all of that water and electricity continues to flow so it’s there when we need it? There are a million people working at all hours of the day to make sure these resources are always available.
Facilities need alternatives and remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) may be the right choice. Learn more about the many benefits of ROVs and how they’re specialized to perform any task in confined spaces.
The need for a comprehensive and accurate evaluation of prospective employees has never been more crucial. The use of a Post-Offer Employment Test (POET) has increasingly become a critical component of many organizations' hiring processes.
In many contexts, the “smart” prefix refers to giving technologies some form of wireless connectivity. That’s not necessarily the case with smart concrete, which covers a much broader range of materials than it may initially seem.
At ASSP’s Safety 2023 event in San Antonio in early June, Doug Parker, Assistant Secretary of Labor for Occupational Safety and Health, discussed the current state of OSHA and answered questions from audience live as they came in via text.