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  • Complying with OSHA Standards on Construction Sites

    Construction sites are busy places with many moving parts, literally and figuratively speaking. There are often more than one employer on the job site - the general contractor and multiple ... Read Article

2015 Posts

  • Complying with OSHA Standards on Construction Sites

    Construction sites are busy places with many moving parts, literally and figuratively speaking. There are often more than one employer on the job site - the general contractor and multiple subcontractors - which means many employees working on different aspects of the project. ... Read Article
  • Why OSHA Visits Work Sites and How to Prepare

    A visit from OSHA is generally not a common occurrence, nor is it a "good" thing, from your perspective. OSHA, as the federal agency that regulates workplace safety and health, has the authority to issue costly citations for hazard and compliance violations. In repeat cases, OSHA ... Read Article
  • Eliminating or Controlling Hazards in the Construction Industry

    Let's face it: Construction doesn't happen in a padded room free from all potential hazards. It happens in the real world, with very real hazards. Now, at its most simple (disregarding contracts, subcontractors and multi-employer worksites), the Code of Federal Regulations ... Read Article
  • With Workplace Disasters, the Best Defense Is a Good Offense

    Every year, unexpected injuries and illnesses affect workplaces throughout Texas. Even with effective safety measures in place - which we at Hendershot, Cannon & Hisey, P.C. highly recommend - a serious incident can happen at any job site. That's why it pays to be prepared . The ... Read Article
  • OSHA Standards: Eye, Face and Head Protection

    OSHA's 29 CFR 1910 Subpart 1 deals with eye and face protection (see 1910.133) and head protection (see 1910.135). Eye Protection Regulations: 29 CFR 1910.133 An employer must: Ensure that each affected employee wears eye or face protection (PPE) when he or she is exposed to eye ... Read Article
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