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March 2020

Measures for protecting workers from exposure to, and infection with, the novel coronavirus, COVID-19 depend on the type of work being performed and exposure risk, including potential for interaction with infectious people and contamination of the work environment. Employers should adapt infection control strategies based

For years, C.A. Hull President and CEO Mike Malloure tried to move the needle on roadway work zone safety. But when an employee of his Walled Lake, MI-based construction company was killed in a work zone crash in June 2018, he went to Kirk Steudle,

by Eric Gandarilla for   While there are many offices that are closing down their physical locations and directing their employees to work remotely, there are still many fleet drivers that are out on the road. Whether you’re a delivery fleet driver, a roadside technician, or any other type of driver that interacts with other

While you may think that when the legislature temporarily adjourns due to a worldwide pandemic that things would slow down, we are now witnessing the opposite. Legislators were sent home out of an abundance of caution to both leaders and the public due to the

Updated 4/17/2020 8:54pm Things change so fast that since this weeks video was posted we are having a different conversation. Stay posted for more updates! These documents, videos and information are provided as a courtesy by AGC/VT and not considered legal advice. Their origins vary and the