All Govt & Regulatory Articles
At his State of the Union address US President Joe Biden said all federal infrastructure projects would have to use US made materials
‘This is intended to be a targeted strategy for employers who repeatedly put profits before their employees’ safety and health’
The Biden-Harris administration has announced that the money will be used to improve four nationally significant bridges
Workers in the UK experience 85% fewer fall fatalities than those in the U.S. Larry Stewart reports
Industry veteran David Glabe talks all things fall protection – and how the “Look Good Hypothesis” plays a (negative) part.
Experts discuss how contractors can protect their fleets against ransomware and terror attacks
ANSI applaunds SAIA’s commitment to safety and critical contributions to the industry
Lynn Ladder & Scaffolding Company’s President Alan D. Kline discusses all that went down when OSHA paid his company a visit recently
Registration is now open for annual ASC A92 Main Committee meeting to be held Oct. 17-19 in Kansas City
In its 9th year, the annual National Safety Stand-Down to Prevent Falls in Construction is set for May 2-6. ALH reports
To understand how the regulatory system in the U.S. works, it is helpful to understand the difference between each branch. David Glabe breaks it down.
The industry is on the brink of substantial growth as both rental companies and access manufacturers ramp up to meet demand. Lindsey Anderson reports
In 2007, IPAF’s Tony Groat broke down what the then-new ANSI A92.3 and A92.5 standards entailed. We asked Groat to look back at the last 15 years and discuss what’s changed.
Construction employment and spending up again in US, but tariffs could halt progress
Grant money part of President Biden’s US$1.2 trillion infrastructure bill
Contractors association says more needs to be done to ensure workers can pursue jobs in construction as worker shortages look set to worsen
The Portland Cement Association said the IIJA bill will provide up to $1.2 trillion for infrastructure projects over the coming years
OSHA has extended the period for submitting comments on the Advance Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (ANPRM) for Heat Injury and Illness Prevention in Outdoor and Indoor Work Settings