March is creeping in slowly and the winter weather is finally (sort of) starting to break. The snow is beginning to melt which means that we all have a few projects we’d like to get done before the sweltering summer heat begins. Additionally, quite a few professions...
From an insurance and risk management standpoint, what snow and ice contractors cannot do enough of is document, document, and document. This unexpected, yet critical contractor tool In this highly litigious society we are living in it has never been more important to...
According to a recent study, the average person checks their cell phone 100 times a day. While there is a time and a place for cell phones, job site cell phone use can be extremely dangerous. If you’re distracted for just a second while operating a power tool,...
Employers Subject to OSHA Most private sector employers in the United States, the District of Columbia and other U.S. jurisdictions are subject to the OSH Act, either directly or through an OSHA-approved state program. State plans are OSHA-approved job safety and...
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