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December 2019

We have just come off one of the best Annual Meetings in the history of AGC/VT. It’s all thanks to YOU!This year saw the launch of the annual Safety Plus & More Construction Expo. We welcomed about 200 attendees, over 20 Expo vendors, and dozens

Driving too fast for conditions is defined as traveling at a speed that is greater than a reasonable standard for safe driving. Examples of conditions where drivers may find themselves driving too fast include: wet roadways (rain, snow, or ice), reduced visibility (fog), uneven roads, construction

By ARTBA Chairman Steve McGough President and CFO, HCSS As someone who devoted eight years of high school and college to powerlifting, I learned at least three lessons that I think are relevant to ARTBA’s mission: As we compete against others, we also must challenge ourselves to

By Ed Zalewski, Editorial Manager at J. J. Keller & Associates, Inc. Given that OSHA rarely conducts an inspection that doesn't result in at least one violation cited, employers must be prepared should a compliance officer knock at the door. Read on to learn what steps

Winter Weather Preparedness Outdoor work requires proper preparation, especially in severe winter weather conditions. Although OSHA does not have a specific standard that covers working in cold environments, employers have a responsibility to provide workers with employment and a place of employment which are free from