"Whew, that was a close one. He could have been killed. Today must be his lucky day!"
How many times have you heard that in your career? Chances are, just reading that sentence conjures a vivid memory of a workplace occurrence you've seen
Washington - OSHA is seeking input to aid in a possible update of its powered industrial trucks standard (1910.178), which covers forklifts, fork trucks, tractors, platform lift trucks and motorized hand trucks, among others, according to a Request for Information published in the
By: Matt Musgrave, Deputy EVP/Government Relations Director
April is here and the Vermont winter has finally decided to allow a glimpse of spring. The month of March was a busy month on capital hill in Montpelier. In March, a time known as "crossover" marks the
Vermont faces serious infrastructure challenges, but it's easy to ignore until a crisis. "Most people assume our infrastructure will just be there," says TJ Kingsbury, President of Kingsbury, a general contractor based in Middlesex. "People assume they can walk into their homes and
Through endowments made by AGC members and supporters, as well as AGC chapters, the Education and Research Foundation awarded 153 undergraduate and graduate scholarships this year to students dedicated to pursuing a career in the construction industry. If you would like more
Women represent almost half the total U.S. workforce but only a small fraction of the construction workforce. This needs to change if the industry is to fill the skills gap and address the labor shortage.
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics