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As construction work increases, so do dangers

Firms focus on training, education to protect new workers under tight deadlines
Construction work is one of the most dangerous jobs in the United States, resulting in the deaths of nearly 1,000 workers every year. Most of those fatalities involve one of the "Focus Four" hazards. As the industry experiences another boom and the workforce grows, safety pros are focusing on training and engagement.
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App for field training

Safety managers can keep worker training records up to date and accurate with Credential Verification Service’s new mobile app, which eliminates the errors and delays associated with paper sign-in sheets.
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Fire prevention programs: Keeping workers interested

How can I change up my fire prevention program to provide more advanced lessons to veteran employees? Some have seen my presentation year after year.
How can I change up my fire prevention program to provide more advanced lessons to veteran employees? Some have seen my presentation year after year.
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2016 Training Survey
GREATEST TRAINING CHALLENGES

2016 Training Survey

How much does your organization spend on worker safety training?
How much should an organization spend on training? How should that training be presented? Safety professionals across a variety of industries participated in Safety+Health’s inaugural Training Survey to provide answers.
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Agencies partner on infectious disease response training for health care, hazardous waste workers

Research Triangle Park, NC – Outbreaks of viruses such as Ebola and Zika have prompted the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences – together with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, OSHA, and the Department of Health and Human Services Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response – to launch an infectious disease safety training program for first responders and hazardous waste workers.
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